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- Continental Breakfast
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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The time is finally here... Mama Berry and Mrs. V have landed in Italy and are taking Rome by storm.
My mother touched down in Rome Fiumicino Airport on Friday afternoon and I soon met her at our departure gate for Athens, Greece. In just over about 24 hours, my mother had gone from Boston to Dublin to Rome to Athens all without catching a breathe of fresh air... you can imagine how exhausted ...
... needed to know who their babies' fathers were. Men needed to know for sure that they WERE the fathers of the babies they became responsible for. Out of these two needs, exclusive romantic relationships were born.
-----How could we eliminate parental ownership of children?
-----The first option was that a society could make its children communal - like Israeli kibbutzes used to do, like (I believed) African societies once did. This would give ...
... we first met the turtle some whacked out tourist in a J-Lo T-shirt was picking it up and getting a photo with it - the idiot gene was on full display today. As we neared the top the tour groups seemed to multiply and we were in slow lineups to walk up to the top. It took away some of the grandeur of where we were walking but what can you do - maybe get up before 9:30am but I digress. The views from the top were ...
... be called only another 15 min to wait. Have been trying to get into the free wifi I - surprise doesn't work probably because it's supposed to be free and that's not a word the Italians understand very well. Flight to Athens was very quick and comfortable, enjoyed our snack on Aegean Airlines - penne in cheese sauce, a roll and two biscuits and a drink, but flight was quick and pasta was really hot. Arrived in Athens -approx 1 .45 ...
... not want to ever have to live that way or to ever raise kids in that kind of environment. Ever. Bottom line. Okay, now for the GOOD parts about my trip to Greece. On our second day there, Hannah and I took a ferry out to the island of Aegina, which was beyond beautiful. The waters were just as blue as the pictures and the weather was so perfect. We spent the day tanning on the beach, walking around little shops, and enjoying greek salads for lunch. I ...