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Bone rattler bus rides.

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk

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... neighbourhood, full of appartment builings which remind me of housing commission flats. Not as high. Very high density living. Right outside my door is an open air fresh food market with fruit and veg, meat, chicken cheese and smallgoods. Very handy. There are also many temporary stalls set up on the streets selling cheap clothes, shoes and household goods. The grass areas ...

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo

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... arena was filled with sand and the Latin word for sand was 'arena.' (I'm convinced that every single word in the English language has a Latin basis in ancient Rome.) ALSO the word 'fornicate' comes from the Colisseum. As our guide pointed out, wherever there were large gatherings of people, there were bound to be bars and brothels. There were obviously a ton of them around the Colosseum, and the structure is basically entirely composed of connecting arches. The Latin ...

The Forum (aka The Crystal Maze)

A travel blog entry by andydearlove

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The Forum is not know as 'The Crystal Maze' in any guidebook or history book. It is what I have named it for reasons which will become clear soon. After exiting the colosseum I was greeted by Greg, a Romanian in a Chelsea shirt! Sadly this one was not Dan Petrescu, which would have been great as one of my university friends earned the nickname 'Dan' due to his likeness of the mid nineties footballer. Again we were able to skip ...

Walking the hood

A travel blog entry by sblady

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We have arrived home after a full day of walking in our immediate area. There is thunder and the beginnings of a rain storm so the taxi home was well timed! ( It just started pouring!) After the market this morning, we walked to the Protestant Cemetery, where Shelly, Keats and Goethe are buried. It may be the most beautiful cemetery ...

Another day in Roma

A travel blog entry by debcaruso

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... because most places look at you as if you are pazzo!! It was so good. Penne just the way we like it with bolognese sauce and meatballs on the side and caprese salad. We decide to head next to Trastevere, which offers the best look at medieval village Rome where the streets are very narrow and tangled. It is a very colourful neighbourhood that remains me very much of our city of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. It is like Little Italy, ...

 

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