Casa Edoardo B&B
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... them background on me (They were shocked to be my 17th fifth grade class, but felt special because they're my first at AOSR.), designed name tags to show off our favorite things, covered procedures, and worked on a student survey.
We headed to lunch at 12:45, where I got to be on cafeteria duty until 1:15 when they went out for recess. Scarfed down my own lunch, including the most delicious piece of pizza I might have ever tasted. And, ...
Finding that this city if starting to make sense now and I proudly know how to catch trains, buses and trams so the map is being used less and less! I have doing some more trips around Rome, getting more and more familiar with this wonderful city.
Finally went back to Vittorio Emmanuele II Monument as it was a beautiful day yesterday with plenty of blue sky to take some stunning pictures from the ...
... exactly were the spectators doing? Well, from what archaeologists have unearthed, they were doing everything from cooking goat, pork and fish on small ceramic pots, using toothpicks, scratching the names of their favourite gladiators into the stone (graffiti, in other words!), writing, music, women were spinning cloth.....they were so busy they probably couldn't hear Fred screaming for mercy as some elephant trampled him to death!
Is it impossible to see Rome and Vatican City in just one day? Yes. Having said that, todays tour had a fair whack at it. Our 10 hour expedition felt like enough by the time we were done. We started off at 7am at the port of Civitavecchia around 90 minutes drive from the Eternal City. The drive through a dusty desolate countryside was hardly breathtaking. We stopped off for a thrilling bathroom stop including an intense ...
So Piazza Navona has become one of my favorite spots. Its where you can find all of the artists at night (plus people selling bags, flying objects :), scarves, dancing dogs, flowers, etc). I love seeing the different styles and mediums used in the work. Many nights we have ended up here just to watch the artists work. Oh, and this is the place for the live sculptures. Our favorite has been the elevated man. It took some work but we have solved the ...