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... wild animals and of course (to the delight of the 55,000 odd crowd) inevitably lose! Generally, games were held for a whole day or even several days in a row. They usually started with comical acts and displays of exotic animals and ended with fights to the death between animals and gladiators or between gladiators. These fighters were usually slaves, prisoners of war or condemned criminals. Sometimes free Romans and even emperors took part in the action. ...
We are in the awesome MICHAELANGELO HOTEL WHERE YOU WALK OUT THE DOOR TO BE CONFRONTED WITH/by the huge DOME OF ST. PETERS.
PEOPLE are everywhere, police putting up yellow ribbons, barriers, shops are crowded.
last night we saw this girl coming toward us wearing a Marquette Shirt. Yup, she and 22 other MU students are here studying abroad.
and Mom Cindy purchased another suitcase, for what do you think?
dinner tonight w Fr. John Paul Mitchell
... there is nowhere in the shower to put any. Also, don’t be overweight when you come because someone seems to have decided that a shower should be about a metre long and half a metre wide, it means that your elbows may be black and blue by the time you get home.
When you enter a food service establishment observe the people, find out what out of the way place you have to go to, to order food and drink so that they can give you a little ticket ...
... filled each shell with the heavenly creme, and then offered us each one. Unbelievably delicious!
All this, and then we went for lunch -- at a quaint little restaurant built into a hillside, and they use the hillside to chill the wines. We were served three types of pasta -- all with different sauces and spices. One thing we noted -- none had heavy sauces. All very very light and simple, such as as butter and grated cheese. Not like Ragu at all. ...
... not near the town. After a while the two guys went too far ahead of me and I called for them to slow or stop but they did not, so I had to walk by myself back to the hostel in the storm, in the dark, in the night, by myself. Great.
The next morning I woke up and decided to go to Rome two days early. I realised my Eurail pass enabled me to jump on a train paying only for the reservation, so it didn't matter that the ticket would have cost 75 euros had I purchased ...