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... later, Lee was ready to hit the road. I guess we have to realise - when in Rome do as the Romans do... We drove through lovely countryside with many hilltop villages on the freeway at about 130 km (the speed limit) to the picturesque Umbrian walled city called Perugia. Our apartment we had booked was actually inside the walled city which we found out you are not allowed to ...
... before, but I think you could only fully understand after traveling here. You can't walk anywhere without there being a story behind it. Creativity and symbolism are incorporated into some of the most ordinary parts of life. I have truly fallen in love with that. My mind has been so enriched here, I don't know how you could come here and not come back a slightly different person. The beautiful history here surrounds you and embraces you. The ...
... boxes on top. I did not actually touch any trash)
When we woke up we made a Roma plan. We looked at mass times and decided we would go to church in the Vatican even though we would not be able to understand them. We packed the bag and headed to the gates of St. Peters. I have been to the Vatican before so I knew which line to get into for security. We headed that way and we entered the line with nun. I assume she was a Roman nun as she shot through the ...
... all the typical things you get in an orientation and got to ride around the city. The staff is super nice; Francesco and Erin who gave orientation are wonderful! Especially Francesco, it was his job to pick us up from the apartments and show us the route to school, and with 15 students in tow he dis an awesome job keeping tabs on us and being informative and funny! :D
So far the highlights have definitely been the food (haven't had gelato ...
... pieces, including the world famous red-mouthed dog with the Latin inscription Cave Canem (Beware of the Dog) and an amazing mosaic of sea creatures that was on my absolute favorites. I’ll show anyone who cares the five million pictures I took when we get home. J We left there and went out for Neapolitan pizza at a restaurant called di Matteo’s, which is apparently famous for having been visited by President ...