Casa San Giuseppe
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... I have no ******* money. I think it's finally getting fixed, thanks to Jessie Lynn for being my savior with that one. Also we went to an Italian goodwill, which was legit. So I will wrap up here. I'll post a few pictures so enjoy those. I hope I can get a post a day in, so these won't be as thick and will have smaller/funnier details, but WiFi and Europe don't mix. Neither do Grappa and copious amounts of wine.
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... It was covered by trees and provided necessary shade as it was quite warm. So, we had time to cool off and relax before we went exploring.
Ostia Antica is the old port of Rome. It was built circa 350 B.C. at the point where the Tiber River met the sea. Now the sea is about 3km away and the river curves away from the ruins. This city was covered by muds several hundred years later. That mud preserved ...
... you an idea, one room featured an arch made of pelvises, skulls, and leg bones. We were amazed by this strange place...it was a great use of one euro.
Sufficiently creeped out by the crypt, ...