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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our room got rob on the second day of our stay, we lost our laptop and wallet and the hotel management wasn't helpful at all
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... him about the one item on the menu that didn't have an English translation on it, so I was curious as I thought I may want to try it for my entree. He explained that it was not translated because the entree was a special preparation of rabbit that is the specialty if Ischia. I was very interested, but then he told me why it wasn't translated was to not disappoint diners who may be visiting tourists, because he doesn't keep the rabbit on hand and thus has to get one fresh ...
... I was with and I got up to meet a friend, who is in Rome for the semester. Ellen was able to show us the St. Thomas campus in Rome as well as her pizza and gelato place. (In Italy pizza places will cut a piece of pizza whatever size you want then weigh it for the price.) We met some of her classmates and sat on the terrace on the roof of their dorms. Ellen told us of the beatification of St. Paul VI that ...
... Before we got gelatto, We went to the Pantheon. I think its amazing that the romans could build such a great building with the technology that they had. After the Pantheon, we went to get triple scoops of delicious gelatto. We walked to the spanish steps while slurping our Italian ice cream. There we climbed them and ascended on them. Then we walked over to the closed Trevi Fountain, but threw a coin in anyway.
With our sojourn in the Eternal City rapidly coming to an end, this morning we finally made it inside St. Peter's Basilica! We arrived at St. Peter's Square at around 9:30, joined the queue, and after a short 15-minute wait, crossed the threshold into what is perhaps Christendom's most glorious and revered site.
The enormous size of this church is overwhelming, with Michelangelo's dome towering almost 450-feet-high, and enough space inside ...
... class (ironic, yes) filled with all permanent, serious art majors except, you guessed it, your's truly. The next class I insult with my presence is a literature class, "Modernism and the Making of the New", again, all permanent, serious english majors with the exception of myself. Although the good element is my genuine interest in these courses and natural talent when it comes to the analysis of these subjects. I hope they're ready for me...