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In the former Soviet Union many patients with negligible radioactive exposure after the Chernobyl disaster displayed extreme anxiety about low level radiation exposure, and therefore developed many psychosomatic problems, including radiophobia, and with this an increase in fatalistic alcoholism being observed. As Japanese health and radiation specialist Shunichi Yamashita noted:
We know from Chernobyl that the psychological consequences ...
... prior of shoes, but not what I’m looking for and there’s no reason to purchase something just because it has a great price. It has to have a utility…and I have to WANT it to pay those prices!!
So, the outlet mall is a complete and total BUST! Back to Rome we go.
Back in Rome it is hotter than hades and just as humid. Most unpleasant! The walk back to the hotel is long and difficult, ...
... kept touching it cuz they can't believe its real. We are on second sitting for dinner with 10 people. One couple Bevan and Joanna from Sydney Australia, another couple from Scotland Joanne and Charlie, another couple from Arizona, Tracey and Ron.And a couple from California named Rubina and John. Lots of fun! Finished dinner at 11:00 pm. Skipped the show tonight. Tomorrow an at sea day.We lose an hour set our clocks forward an ...
... this art spectacle is enough to instill a sense of inner peace.
If one is going to see a city the best way to do it is on foot. One can only truly grasp the magnitude of a city’s heritage by treading on its earth and we just did that.
From the Trevi we connected onto one of the capital’s best shopping stretches in Via del Corso in direction of the Piazza del Popolo.
The whole area and its surrounding roads is a ...
... statues, and the Palazzo del Quirinale, once the home of the kings of Italy but now the official residence of the president of the republic.
Next on the route, two churches: the Sant’Andrea al Quirinale, designed by Bernini in the 17th century, is undergoing extensive refurbishing, with scaffolding hiding much of the ornate interior. I’m afraid I barely noticed San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane. It sits on a famous ...