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This morning we are woken at 6:30am.
Sergeant Major Clint is in town. He booked us on a 9am tour of the Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica - we are not going to miss it.
I am excited, I have been looking forward to today.
We have a half hour walk to the meeting point so need to leave by 8am to be sure to get there in time.We leave at 7:50am - a massive effort.
After some difficulty finding our meeting point and getting ...
... an old stone church in which the say St. Francis was born. Then on for a quick tour of the city of Foligno. The hillsides that surround the town are so lush and green it looks like a painting. If the Amalfi Coast has the best views of the sea then this area has the best views of the true hillsides of Italy. We walked through the town which just happened to be celebrating the annual jousting match. Each team had a group of young ...
... have class on Friday, most of the students wanted to visit a bar that is often frequented by University of Dallas students: Santi e Pecatori (Saints and Sinners). It is a bar that is up the road a couple of miles in the town of Albano. We went pretty late in the evening, and it just so happened to be karaoke night. Luckily for us, many Italians were there singing American songs!! A few students tried singing and we had a good time. I came back earlier than most students because I ...
... was the largest in port at the time. It has10 different choices ...
... Or so we think...but we've managed to get by with the few words we know plus lots of hand gestures and noises! It's been a scream at times as we all struggled with one thing or another...having said that most Europeans speak English plus several other dialects which just goes to show how far away and isolated Australia really is!
Time to make haste for the little yellow coach...can't keep the Pope waiting!