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... no idea, I return to Priya's room where Ganzer is spending the night. I wake up in Stacey's bed, in her pyjamas. Why doesn't Leon want this instead? So sexy.
Jack maintains that the key was there. When you're drunk though it seemed overly a complicated spot to leave it. It felt like I needed to solve a riddle, which would lead me to a map, which would lead to secret combination of the box, within which could be found the key, only after having defeated the ...
Dear readers, Today we went to a restaurant for breakfast it is called Hosteria pizzeria Flynn and I had a croissant he had apple and I had chocolate. My parents had scrambled eggs Then we made our way to the forum, a man named Rory was our guide around the forum. Most of the statues had ...
We had a tour with Walks of Italy for the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica. It was worth it, highly recommend!
The meeting spot was just a few blocks from our BB, at a nice little coffee shop. Our group was small, only 12 of us and our guide David was fantastic. Funny, knowledgeable, personable and patient. When we arrived outside the chapel, he explained what we were ...
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We had been to Rome several times on our previous visits to Italy, so outings this week tended to target sites that one or other [or both] of us had not been to, as well as some we were seeing 2nd/3rd time round. They were, in no particular order:
- St Peter’s Basilica. No visit to Rome would be complete without a visit to St Peter’s. The largest church in the world ...
... had been found. But Rosemarie did not need them. When we entered the area from which we would view the tomb, Rosemarie's eyes began to tear and she had a profound sense of completing her pilgrimage. We were allowed a moment of privacy to pray with our "eyes touching his bones" and we were both powerfully moved. We also walked past the underground chapels where the pope often prays, including the one next to St . Peter's tomb where Francis became pope. We emerged from the ...