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... We were able to spend the afternoon and evening with them doing some sightseeing and eating. Lucky these two speak impressive Italian for two aussies otherwise we would have had half the luck pulling the stunt we did at the Vatican later that day.
The twins arrived at around 5pm we all had something to eat and headed straight for the Vatican as we felt this was a 'cant miss' whilst in Rome! We boarded the metro and were hoping to make it for the 5.30pm church service ...
... 2000 years ago. Saint Peter's was built over Nero's stadium, the place where many Christians were fed to the lions (not the Colosseum, as we learned yesterday). Much of Rome and the Catholic church intertwine. We are learning that as Rome began to decay, the vacuum of power created the opportunity for the church to expand its power. Roman emperors as a power source morphed into the Pontifex Maxiumus.
... When the car stops, the engine cuts out to conserve fuel and reduce pollution. As soon as the accelerator is pressed, the engine starts again and it is an immediate takeup. It is so good to see environmentally sensitive changes taking place. At one stage he started bimping his horn in quite an agitated manner. The car in front was sticking to the speed limit and remaining within his lane. How dare he!!! "Englishman!, maybe Australian! Always staying put." Carlo had roared ...
... center. We decided to go check out some of Vatican City and explore Roma a little since we were traveling all day. Everything was about to close, so we only had time to go into the Basillica St. Pietro. It's the largest church in the world and it's magnificent! The basilica was built in 1614 and is 114 meters wide and 45 meters high. Inside is The Cappella Della Pieta sculpted my Michelangelo. It is a statue of the Virgin Mary holding the dead Jesus in ...
... to Rome could take fire to their house. The girls were in service for a period of 30 years, and had to remain pure for the entire time. Any girl who did not keep her vows was taken beyond the city walls and buried alive. The man responsible was chained up out front of the senate and skinned alive. There are only 4 known cases of anyone breaking the rules, I think the punishment would be enough motivation to keep their legs crossed.
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