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... br> After our trip to the catacombs we came back to campus. We were able to have the afternoon to ourselves to relax, take naps, do homework, play sports, etc. The past two days have been incredible, and I am very excited for this upcoming week. I will post pictures on my past Roman blogs as soon as I can visit a cafe that wont limit my internet usage, so keep an eye out for that! I have some great pictures of the campus, St. Peter's, etc. I love you all and miss you! Good night
... the only place I haven't really seen is around the Vatican which is going to be soon! I hope to walk around soon with my super fancy and nice camera soon so I can get some good shots, while looking like the super tourist I am :P Oh, I did have my sassy moment as my sister called it with some dumb vendor! He was trying to get my friend to buy something in the piazza which was super crowded and he wouldn't leave us alone. So finally I walked up and pushed him away and ...
... couple—it was their first trip to Italy and Eileen especially was so excited. Both of them laughed loudly and often! I loved how they would always keep a look out for the other; always knew where the other one was at in the crowd of the tour.
I talked with Sandy and Sharon, sisters from Hawaii, for a while. This was their first tour although they've done some traveling before. Sharon traveled all over western Europe twenty-eight years ago, taking the train and ...
... this park as we were looking for some peace and quite. But it really was quite spectacular. It was well equipped with bikes and segways and we actually ended up in a two seater electric bike/car which was quite reasonable. The park housed loads of museums and a zoo all of which we didn't have time to do but it certainly made a change from walking around the dusty streets.
Tip 9 - Piazza Navona.
My husband had been to Rome before ...
... be another post.
We finished the day at San Crispino's, another gelatoria by the Trevi Fountain. We all agreed that Blue Ice was better (and bigger!), but this was delicious. Camden was adventurous and got concord grape, Bryce got honey, Bryn got vanilla bourbon, Ethan had apple sorbet, and I got banana. Back to the apartment to rest for another day on the town tomorrow. Ancient Rome, you were every bit as fantastic as we imagined!