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... I found a chapel completely dedicated to venerating the Blessed
Sacrament, which I thought was absolutely beautiful. We then went to the “24
hour bakery” and got croissants for a very late breakfast. Then we caught the
buses to Piazza Venezia and shopped along the Via del Corso. I got an Italian
leather purse that came with two other purses that are detachable from the
larger purse! We got sandwiches for lunch and sat at a small ...
... was for the time. We even learnt that the base of the arena was made of wood with sand on top (maybe to soak up the blood) and that sand in Latin is arena (not sure of the spelling). Crazy right!
So after exploring all that was the Colosseum we headed to jump on our city sightseeing bus. Now is was still September and despite some cities having quietened down slightly since the end of the European summer holidays, Rome was still bustling with tourists. ...
... if it! Once again we battled the metro station and found our bus to take us back to camp. Everyone was so tired and I think we all had a bit if a nap before dinner at 7:30. We had bruschetta, salad, risotto and tiramisu at the topdeck tent and it was all really tasty. Tomorrow we are taking the overnight ferry to Greece so we had to pack a small bag for the next 4 days and our big bags will stay locked on the ...
... their parents help and even fewer that take care of their parents financially. I think the independence of the teenagers/ young adults I have met on this trip stems from their uncertainty for the future. They feel the need to do things for themselves to provide some sort of a security whether it be financial or otherwise. I suppose the only way to find out what the actual long term consequences of the financial crisis in Europe is to wait and ...
... from about 125 - 800 euro per night, included breakfast and was in the heart of downtown. It was 110 euro per night and we would be there for two nights. We didn't waste any time after checking in and headed out to the Coliseum area. We bought tickets which included entry to both the Coliseum and Palatino/Forum areas. The tickets are 12 euros each and are good for two days, but the fine print states they are only good for one entry to each area. Of course, ...