Rome Vatican Vacation Apartments
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... would most likely mean quitting our jobs, farewelling our family and friends, storing our belongings and taking a risk for the reward of what the world could offer us. And so it was, we weighted up our options and decided to make the most of the short time we had on this planet. I resigned from my role as an acting manager in a coal mine in the Bowen Basin and Rach followed suit. We were going to South America!
... see the fountain at the Spanish Steps and similar to two other fountains that we visited, it was dried up and closed for repairs. Oh well, I guess shutting these things down in the busiest tourist month of the year is a good plan...for what, I don't know. After a good bit of shopping, I got a resounding "YES" when I asked everyone if they were done shopping. So, we headed back to the apartment to drop off our bags. While walking up ...
... continued, after each time he sang "let it rain," immediately after the rain got harder until it was hailing on us. Thank goodness, Sarah, replied with "the sun comes up, it's a new day dawning" and to all of our amusement, the rain and hail immediately stopped and the sun broke through the clouds until we arrived at the hotel.
At the hotel, we were greeted by many fellow classmates and were given our keys and room number. The rooms we were staying in were some ...
A church can be any type of structure. Like Jesus said, any two or three gathered in His name was church...but a Basilica (Cathedral) has a very specific architectural form. Basilcas are the worship center for a Pope or a Bishop (the Pope's Lieutenants). Every basilica had to have a duomo (domed cathedral, cupola). Other buildings have domes as well, wealthy estates, government buildings, etc. The Sistine Chapel is the Pope's private worship ...
... others in the front cafe and had an iced chocolate whilst the ferry departed. Once the ferry departed, the onboard shops opened so we had a quick wander. Lisa found a travel Greek monopoly, so she bought it l, much to the cashiers surprise haha. The rest of the day was spent chilling on wifi and in our room. After dinner we just ended up having a girly teenager night, it was ...