Tempio Di Pallade
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Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated city and comune, with over 2.7 million residents in 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi). The city is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River within the Lazio region of Italy.
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... t sure he could do it since it was so high but he managed and was pretty proud of himself. We have now been to the depths of the vatican last time with the excavations tour and now to the top of it. We then came down which brought us out inside the basilica and marvelled yet again at the unbelievable riches and opulence of the church.
This was our last full day in Rome and the end of the school excursion. It's really been great.
... older guy with a curly mullet is screaming at a couple women. then theres i see a guy coming up slowly behind him with a glass beer bottle. . . at that point we were hooked. we had no idea what they were saying, it was like watching a spanish soap opera. at the end of the street an ambulance was just sitting there, the paramedics just standing there watching! well, along with about 100 other people on the street. anyways, cops came, a ...
... our rooms ready by 10:30. He even offered for us to go to the dining area for coffee on the house while we waited. This old hotel was starting to impress. While sitting around we noticed a large number of German tourists starting to congregate in the lobby, apparently waiting for their tour bus to depart for the day's expedition.
Connie decided to wait in the bar lounge while Frances, Grant and I went down into the basement area where the dining room was. ...
... a hysteric ovation. It made a Clemson football game sound like a
nursery. All of this, I thought, for a couple of obnoxious American students. A
voice began speaking through a loudspeaker and everyone looked up to a nearby
window. Not that it’s a big deal or anything, but I found myself being blessed
by the pope. Religious ideologies aside, I never experienced a moment like
that: complete speechlessness. We went to mass, which only inflated my ...