Gentes B and B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Glad we remembered to do that. So as we walk into the arrivals area, Claudio was there waiting for us, with my name on a sign. He walked us to his car, a Mercedes E Class sedan, so we travelled to our hotel in style. He was very informative, as he gave us a map of Rome, and recommendations of places to go, and pointed out some places of interest as we were driving along. It wasn't long until we were driving down a few back streets to our ...
... personal relationship with everyday tasks such as the grocer or barista. I've already begun one such relationship with one of the gentlemen at the bar (term for a cafe) by my program center and I look forward to becoming a regular at the market, and the bar by my apartment.
Although I began this week, severely disappointed with the Italy that I encountered I knew that if I gave it sometime to allow myself to adjust to such a new environment that things would ...
... on our blogging, but I am exhausted and slightly intoxicated from the wine we had at dinner. But it's not my fault! The fatigue really sped up the process. Will blog tomorrow.
*cue music* Dun Dun Dah! Next time on Einsenominion: Colosseum (Russell Crowe quotes whizzing through my head: "Are you not entertained??", Trevi fountain: "Throw a penny in Jenna and make a wish!" and the Pantheon: "Holy **** this place is still used for mass today?" !!)
On day one in Rome we had panini's for breakfast in Piazza Navona. They were really yummy. First we walked all the way to the pantheon which was huge.It was making our legs ache as if we just ran a marathon.When we finally got there we went inside ...
... br> There was one short walk to where our (program-chartered) bus was waiting for us, and then we had a brief ride to the Villa Borghese, on the edge of town. It was actually used as a sort of party house by the rich Borghese family, but also eventually built up a supremely impressive art collection. I saw some original Bernini statues (TRULY awe-inspiring,) the Raphael portrait 'Girl with a Unicorn,' some Carvaggios including a Madonna and Child (which I wouldn't ...