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... Ear Buds” is basically a sum up of our entire weekend. We spent a relaxing three days with our closest friends and got to explore new places together. These are the memories that will last a lifetime. On the other hand, I do not think any of us would have survived this weekend without our headphones. Basically, we were put on a bus with about 20 people who do not know how to control their vocal volume, are not considerate ...
After a very long and exhausting day traveling from Paris to Perugia, I arrived in my new home for the next three months: a very nice 5 bedroom apartment, 1 minute from 'universita per stranieri'. Weirdly enough there was no one home. Because we need key cards to enter our rooms -just like in a hotel- I wasn't able to figure out if there were even people living there.
It was not until the next evening that my first roommate arrived. My first initial ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... lean and yet at the same time appears to be stable. This was another one of those instances where we were glad to be visiting in December and not August because even at this time there was a fairly good sized crowd at this popular destination, but nothing like it would be in the summer I’m sure. After taking some pictures and walking around the ground for the church and tower we opted against waiting in line to climb the 275+ steps to the top and instead decided we ...
... St Frances’s Cathedral is as magnificent as we remembered it. It does seem like a very religious place for people to visit– almost as big deal as the Vatican. There were several groups of priests and nuns as you will see from all over the world. Craig was surprised to see a number of them quite young. Anyway to see the Cathedral is free.
It is so beautiful. There is an upstairs one which ...