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How could I forget but I did, last night over dinner we were entertained by two men, one on a flute & one on the guitar, playing a selection of songs, then at the end one of the waiters was trying to drum up tips so he wandered round giving the woman a big kiss & a rose, lovely.
Up early, breakfast 7am & on the bus at 7.3o, early start
On the bus and met our local specialist, she is going to guide ...
... Then into Rome! We are at a Beautiful hotel with Murano glass sconces on the wall - a very good combination of old architecture and modern fixtures. We met with our group for Prosecco then did a walking tour of The Spanish steps - which is a huge meeting place - lots of people watching going on. This is the second place (the first being Pompeii,) that we have seen a lot of people using "Selfie" handles that attach to their cameras ...
... giddy. It didn't matter that we had to sit in the heat for a couple hours, exhausted. We were able to watch people from different countries around the world and even got to speak to a few Italians and French that were seated around us. People brought their Nation's flags and showed them with pride. Children were wearing "I <3 Papa Francesco" shirts and many wove Papa Francesco flags. When the Pope arrived in his cart, it turned into a happy ...
... other people, meaning a bloke got on a microphone every minute or so to SSHHHHHHH everyone.
Having ticked that off, and a big tick it was, we had kind of run out of Papal puff. The kids felt uncomfortable about the place, and not for the crowds - for what they were there for, and what it means compared to simple Bible teaching. They felt saddened that so many other children were walking around and are unaware of what they don't know, at least not unless ...
What's the deal with airline food?!
At least on air Lufthansa it is, which is what my travel buddy, Danielle, (another program student) and I took to get to Rome. We had two connections, SF to Frankfurt and Frankfurt to Rome, and while the flight was loooooooong, I'm convinced the food made it the best flight I'd ever been on.
First off, they actually had vegetarian options for ...