La Mongolfiera Rooms
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... the Po plain, crossing the rolling Appennines and stopped at Assisi in the afternoon. At Assisi we visited the St. Francis basilica which was a very beautiful building with amazing frescoes. Whilst it was great to see the St. Francis basilica I get the sense that I'm intruding in places such as these as it is a place of faith and worship and I'm just there to have a look. Anyway, at least we show due respect for such a place, unlike the people who decided they would take photos ...
Today was are first full day in Roma. We saw tow churches and the colosseum. It was so cool . We also saw Ancient Rome It was smaller then you would think it would be bigger then it is. The colosseum is kind of falling apart but it was so cool you could see where they kept the lions and slaves. The churches that we went ...
... bar and moved onto the club at about 12.30. Jose had gone a bit harder than me and was struggling. We left around 3am and caught a cab back home with a girl from Margret river who had lost her friends.
That was Rome! (that took a while to write). Very cool city with so much history. Crazy walking around and seeing churches and buildings mixed with more modern stuff that’s 1000’s of years old. Enjoyed my time here very much, next stop Florence! The heart of ...
... of this Mediterranean peninsula will be sitting down to drink wine, eat bread soaked with olive oil, and down the best coffee on the planet. Parenthetically, one hundred years from now I'm increasingly certain there will not be an Anglican Communion or free standing mainline Protestant denominations as we've known them in our lifetimes, but I trust there will be a Pope in the Vatican. Italians know what works for them, and ...
I decided it's about time for my first blog entry. I have lived my whole life close to cities, but this is the first time I've lived in a city. And, to tell you the truth, harder than I expected. I love the vitality, the beauty, the history, the food, the people, the monuments. I love getting lost (except on my way to class at 8 am) and discovering a new piazza, a new fountain, a new park, a new panini. However, I miss my car, I miss reliable ...