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... We then walked to Piazza Navona, which wasn't yet busy with tour groups and vendors. Three wonderful fountains, with Bernini sculptures are in the centre of the Piazza. We paused to enjoy some more cappuccino, this time on a terrace. This was one of the highlights of the day. We then walked to the Pantheon. We weren't able to go inside as a mass service was being performed, but we had a chance to peek in the doors and see it from the outside. It is ...
... few notes from the Italians.. Just a suggestion… Tehe. :)
After hours of preparation, we were ready to eat! I don't want to sound dramatic or anything but when I had the first bite of soup I almost cried it was so good..
I wish I would've taken photos of everything.. soon enough my friend will send me her photos and I can share them with you all.
Time to study for tomorrow's test. Wish me luck!
... the street here: you just cross. There was a group of Germans who spotted me and were crossing the street after me and screaming. It was priceless, I would of given anything to know what they were saying, what a culture shock it must be for them, just the traffic issue alone! They are the only ones who have their seat belt fastened on the bus tours, while everyone else is dangerously leaning on the ramp trying to take the best picture of the best Rome ...
... br> Family:
I quickly unpacked, freshened up & went to the lobby hoping to see Auntie Gremar or Michelle. Sure enough they were there getting ready to leave for the day's excursion. I was glad that I didn't miss it after all. How can I describe Michelle's family? I think there's not enough good words in the dictionary to describe them. First of all, after meeting them I felt so at home. Auntie Sol, Auntie Remy, & Auntie Esther are so wonderful. Uncle Rey was so sweet ...
... Again, Dubrovnik is a World UNESCO site. We had booked dinner at the specialty Italian restaurant, Caneletto. This has a $10 up charge. We were underwhelmed at first but our meals, Chicken Cacciatore and Osso Bucco were excellent. Dessert was accompanied by an interesting item - a plate of pink spun sugar - cotton candy!! Tonight Holland America was debuting an entirely new production called Droom. Very good choreography and fantastic ...