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Welcome to the Roma edition. There a a few things I think of when I think of Rome, Colesseo, Forum(I forget the word in Italian), Vatican, Trevi fountain and the Spanish steps.
Funnily enough, the Vatican is not actually in Rome but in its own country-it is right next door though. It is still as beautiful as ever. Last time I went to the Vatican we had to rush through the Vatican museum in order to see the Cappella Sistina or the ...
... English. I told him that I was from Australia and he questioned me with "So you know little English?" We entered into the Vatican's showpiece courtyard, St Peters square. A enormous space which would resemble a key hole from above with two semicircular colonnades, each consisting of four rows of high columns funnelling to the doors of St. Peter's Basilica which sits at the head of the square. A twenty five meter high obelisk is the centre piece brought by Caligula to Rome from Egypt. ...
... castle from the early middle ages. St. Thomas Aquinas was born somewhere within the walls.
Finally, we made our way to our main destination of the day: Montecassino. Montecassino is known for a variety of reasons. From a religious standpoint, it is known as the place where Saint Benedict lived out the latter years of his life. It is also the abbey in which St. Benedict wrote The Rule that many monastics still use as the foundation for their orders today. From ...
... at Jonathan when we arrived and the establishment seemed moderately full. I didn’t see Anna. As if a human dam had burst, within three quarters of an hour of arriving the place was packed to the gills with party goers and heaving. It was a meat market.
First Ann, then a few friends, then Jai and then the remaining friends left in instalments over the course of the night until it was just Tinks and I remaining. We partied until 4 am when we finally left ourselves ...
... what I
have done to my stomach. It quickly became a ritual for us to compete to see
who “The Don” is at the table. So basically who they let taste the wine before
the final say and whom they give the check to. The sad irony is that we all
split the check and none of us know the first damn thing about wine. As
childish as it is I am still proud of my 2-1-1 record. (I tied because I got
the wine but not the check)