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It's a very good B&B
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... was made of wood, sand, and had nets along the sides to protect the audience. The Colosseum was designed for easy crowd dispersal, so that the entire audience could exit the building in five minutes. I also learned that the Colosseum has a capacity of 45,000,000 people.
After the Colosseum, I went out to lunch at Elettroforno Frontoni. There I got a pizza that was quite possibly the best pizza I ever had. After ...
... Lorenzo district was bombed by Anglo-American forces, resulting in about 3,000 deaths and 11,000 wounded. After the fall of Mussolini and the Italian Armistice on 8 September 1943, the city was occupied by the Germans and declared an open city until ...
... hotel at 8:30 knowing that the office closed at 10:00. I jogged for 15 minutes to the train station and found the bus stop our hotelier had told me about. A bus arrived, and I was able to use my Italian to talk to a nice woman who told me this wasn't the bus I wanted. Mine arrived shortly and I bought my ticket on the bus. The ride went quickly because I was exhausted and fell asleep for part of it. We made it to the airport a little after 9:30, ...
... pie. The waitress turned out to be a "good sport" & brought out nibbles to go with the wine, and the pie looked so good we ordered couple of pieces of that too... Eventually about an hour & a half later we finally left !! After that bit of excitement we tried our luck at the Fountain de Trevi, and guess what, it was empty and, yes you guessed it, covered in scaffolding. Does anyone see a pattern developing here ?!? Next stop, we tried the Parthenon, which ...
We are in the awesome MICHAELANGELO HOTEL WHERE YOU WALK OUT THE DOOR TO BE CONFRONTED WITH/by the huge DOME OF ST. PETERS.
PEOPLE are everywhere, police putting up yellow ribbons, barriers, shops are crowded.
last night we saw this girl coming toward us wearing a Marquette Shirt. Yup, she and 22 other MU students are here studying abroad.
and Mom Cindy purchased another suitcase, for what do you think?
dinner tonight w Fr. John Paul Mitchell