Palazzetto degli Artisti Suites
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... learn and remember things is both motivational and stressful.
Other than Italian class, things have been great. Though I did have a bit of homesickness Wednesday, just from feeling a little lonely and missing the friends that I'm used to talking to regularly throughout the day. But things have gotten better as I gotten to know my roommates.
Another big part of my growing comfort in the city, is having gotten used to the layout, the social norms, and ...
... suitcases at 7:00 am.
Arriving at the airport, we go thru lots of passport control, and at baggage check in, you guessed it; Cindy's bag is excessively heavy. No problem, just costs an extra $75.00. We then go thru final security check of our carryon bags, and are stopped by a pleasant security guy who had Cindy take everything out of our carrying. And, he struck pay dirt. We forgot that in our bag
we had ...
... was very excited when he discovered we had a fridge and cook top and there was the possibility of cereal and milk for breakfast, until his, mean, parents pointed out that we were in the land of croissants and pain aux chocolates and there wasn't way he was having cereal for breakfast. After a quick dinner from the local take away, and a bottle of wine from the Quik E Mart next door, it was off to sleep in ...
... Pamela had to stop a couple of times just to get her breathe. When we made it to the too we found the Basilica Di San Pietro in Vincoli. We were told to go in here as they had so,e good art. Well the art included none other than a statue of Moses by Michelangelo. A very nice statue, not as good as the David but very nice. They have a relic in the chapel that they say is St Peter's chains. Whether they are or not, just saying they are bring people to the church which ...
... was good to sit down and rest our feet for a while. We did the loop right around and ended up back at the Vatican. We thought we could just stay on the bus to get back to the train station but they said everyone had to get off and change buses which seemed a bit weird because the bus we were on drove off empty. After a while of standing and waiting in the hot sun and being hassled by people selling hat ...