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... founding in 753 BC. Rome is one of the oldest continuously occupied cities in Europe. It is referred to as "The Eternal City" (Latin: Roma Aeterna)  and "Caput Mundi" (English: Capital of the World), two ...
... Missed the name on the commentary and have not googled who it is. But it does look nice.
Thanks again to Jennifer. Aren't older sisters helpful.
Home sweet home - not. - Unfortunately a reasonably common site in Roma.
Roma bikes - Ljubljana had all its cyclists and cycle racks. Roma has scooters everywhere, except Ian's. A common form of transport or a daily way to get an adrenaline fix. I am sure Rachel (Page ) & Matt would ...
... with more walking and sightseeing- taking in the Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and arriving at St Peter's hoping to join the throngs for the Good Friday service with the Pope. There was a long line of people lining up and chairs and a stage set up in front of the Vatican, but after about an hour of waiting in the square and overhearing some tourists explaining what was going ...
... that there was a cardinal that was outraged at the artwork Michelangelo had done after something like 4 or 5 years into the project – he disliked all the nudity and thought it was indecent to have in a church. At that point, Michelangelo worked one of the ugly, tortured souls in the Final Judgment wall into a portrait of that cardinal. When he complained further about that, evidently, the Pope said there was nothing that could be done about it and that’s ...
... that to me every time.
I met up with my Italian friend Andrea for dinner a few times in the center of Rome, and we would always end up here, at the Pantheon around 11:00 pm, and just sit where I am now and talk until maybe midnight, one, or two in the morning (we were safe). One time, we went up to the closed doors of the Pantheon and we were able to see a small sliver of moonlight from the skylight shining down.
The man ...