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... We then picked up, dodging the political rally in the piazza, and worked our way west to the Piazza Navonna. Navonna is a massive oblong shaped piazza, oblong because the space was originally a Roman chariot race track. Now it is covered with cobblestones, lined with restaurants, and paraded on by an army of tourists and street entertainers. Along it's spine runs three large fountains, the most famous being the 4 Rivers, ...
... thinking about buying the Roma Pass (which cost about 35 euros and allows for some site entries and public transportation), but the cost seems high for what we actually get. Franco recommended a bus tour, but this just does not sound appealing since it does not give us tickets to the sites. As a group, we decide to take the 15 minute walk to the Colosseum area, visit Palatine Hill first (since there is a shorter line for tickets there), then ...
... have at home in our zoo’s, but there was also quite a few different ones.
There were different activities at the zoo and there were lots of children who were very excited as they were able to get up close to the animals and pat them, meal time was good to see as you could see all the different foods that the animals ate. Seeing all the animals ...
... interesting, even the classical political philosophy class (can never remember the actual name...no one can). I can proudly say that I can explain the theories and ideas of Aristotle, Plato, Augustine, Cicero, and more! YAY! I learned something!! :P Pilgrimage is a really enjoyable class as well, though I couldn't really pinpoint an exact subject that we are learning about....i love it though! The film course is fun too; we sit and watch a weird movie made in the country we are ...
... we had drinks and watch this beautiful sunset. I placed a picture of the lemons on because they are the biggest lemons I have ever seen and the Amalfi Coast is where they make Limoncello, which we have been enjoying. The peaches have been delicious and we placed them on a plate this morning just to show you and of course we placed them in front of the window to show you what we look at all the time, an't we ...