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... On the same right side stands the 15th century former cardinal Lorenzo Cybo de Mari's palace, now Ferrari di Valbona, a building altered in 1936 to designs by Marcello Piacentini, the main city planner during Fascism, with modern terraces perfectly in harmony with the surrounding baroque context.
... to drop Italian 101 for Spanish 101 as Italian didn't fit with one of my classes. I was a little bummed in that I won't be learning Italian as quickly but not too upset since 5 years of Spanish throughout Shaker should make a semester of Spanish 101 a breeze (not to mention I have my Mexican roommate in my class as ...
... they can go. We got there later than we planned but we still got a decent spot. We got past the part where people had tickets for but they let us through just because they were trying to keep the crowd moving so it was good for us. We were still far back but pretty close that you could see everything thing. Good thing for my zoom on my camera cause I got good pictures of the Pope that makes it look like I was closer. The mass was all in Latin so I was a bit lost as ...
... still woke up early but didn't get out on the street until about 10am. We found ourselves a nice cup of coffee with some sweet pastries. Paul was laughing at me because when I ordered mine (we just point since we don't know the names of some of these delicious sweet things) he said the young lady serving us kinda smirked a bit. Well, we knew why once we took a bite of my piece of heaven--it was swimming in about a shot of rum! Of ...
... something we'd both been anticipating. Matt had pizza Diablo which had spicy pepperoni, and Jenn had porcini & prosciutto. Both were outstanding - of course! Also: by the tone we left just before 1:30, the place was hopping. We then headed to Termini station, Rome's main train terminal, to buy the Roma Pass (a tourist discount, coupon, and transit pass), as well as locate the first stop on the City Sightseeing hop-on-hop-off ...