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... sat outside & had a beautiful meal...bruschetta followed by the most amazing ravioli and all washed down with Pino Grigio. All in all it was a fun dinner, talking to the ladies sitting near me. Had to go back to the hotel before I fell ...
... testament to the engineering genius of the ancient Romans. These massive structures not only boggle the human mind as to how they were constructed but their function and reliability are still a modern marvel. In fact, some aqueducts remain operational to this day. Walking through the modern city of Rome one will come across these monumental arched structures that often cross streets and avenues. Sometimes these arches are doubled and ...
... am appreciative of Sunday mornings in Rome. I left the apartment at 7:20 to venture to Villa Ada, a place many people kept mentioning to me as somewhere I needed to visit. It felt like I had the city to myself - ************e else was out and about. Such a peaceful start to the day!
This coming week brings my first meeting with the other 5th grade teacher, new student orientation, and the first day of class. I'm sure there'll be stories to ...
It was another early morning trip back to St. Peter's, this time for a private Mass in the Irish Chapel. Fr. Greg lead us down to the level of the first St. Peter's to the beautiful St. Columba chapel, decorated with Celtic crosses, Celtic tracery stonework and a mosaic of St. Columba in Ireland. We each did a reading, the Mass was beautiful and we said special prayers for all of the Boccini and Dunican ...
... There was no museum and just a few plaques talking about what each building was. It would have been nice if there was a way to see an artists rendition of what everything used to look like and some exhibit on roman life. Instead it was more like wandering around an outdoor park. Either way, it was breathtaking. I still can't get over the fact that the ruins were just lying around the park in the open. Happily, there was no graffiti on the ruins. Rome is plastered in graffiti, ...