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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... announced that the staff was going out to the bar for a drink before curfew and everyone was invited. Of course, everyone headed out to have a good time (some had more of a good time than others). It was cool to have everyone out in an unofficial setting just hanging out but we also found it a little embarrassing to be a part of 100+ (loud) Americans who take over a bar while Italians are just trying to have a nice dinner.
... 8220;friends” I actually didn’t really want to hang out with. And yes, it took a while before I met the people I really wanted to be around, but when I did I couldn’t have asked for greater people. Besides the –wonderful- ones I occasionally hang out with, there is a group of people that have become true friends and/or have been great company on trips or nights out. All of us have acquired a nickname throughout the weeks (I go by ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... suitcase?" OMG! After much mental restructuring of the scene at the baggage carousel, the packing of Mario's car, the carrying of the bags from the car to the apartment (did we leave the bag on the street and someone ran off with it?), we concluded that we must have forgotten to pick it up at the baggage claim carousel. Really???? That's a bit more than a senior "moment." It's a way of life, don't you think?
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This morning we drove to Gubbio which was about a 20 minute drive winding through the mountains. We parked the car and right next to the car park there were ruins of a roman theatre which was really interesting to see. The town of Gubbio dates back to the 3rd-1st century BC. The buildings are so beautifully kept and restored that often walking through them I forget just how long these buildings have been standing. We walked through the town ...