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In fact, I've spent so much time giving advice on this forum a few of you have spurred me into starting my own men's blog about relationships. Maybe I'll start a small topic about holding a conversation with a women I think that's a good place to start.
Did you see the two huge dogs in front of Syntagma station in Athens? The locals believe that these dogs guard the site (the entire station is above a huge archeological dig), and that they would bark and chase after those with impure hearts. I did see them bark at a few tourists.
Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. Another breathtaking experience. The tapestries were just surreal.
But nothing can beat Venice. I think i lost my heartbeats many many times in San Marco. So beautiful. My one dream is to attend the carnivale.but haven't managed to do that yet. Maybe one day I will get to wear my chosen costume and mask
I was there a few years ago, ie athens, and the scaffolding was not that obtrusive. I saw Lord Byron's name which he etched at the foot of the parthenon. It was surreal standing on top of acropolis and assuring myself that I wasn't dreaming. The same feeling I felt when I first touched the pyramid in Cairo. I even touched the inner section of one sarcophagus in the egyptian museum before the guard told me not to touch any relic there.