Grand Hotel Dei Cesari
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Saturday, July 5th to Sunday, July 6th
**I forgot to mention that I got a gorgeous snapchat from my sister yesterday wishing me a Happy 4th. It was much appreciated :) and pretty cute.
This weekend, while most of the group was away, myself and a few others took the train to Anzio, Italy. We really wanted to have a chance to get to …
Sunday, November 23, 2014
After breakfast this morning the German man who owned all the land and home up the road and his 'friend/driver' dropped in and we also heard quite a few stories (not necessarily good) about Zio Mario and how intense he was. Then we packed and weighed the bags and guess what – my bag is not too heavy. Craig keeps making me feel guilty about it ...
... Greek on the outside and Roman on the inside. This was a short stop (20 minutes).
Ostia Antica is an ancient Roman town, founded in 4th century BC, located on the Tiber River about 15 miles southwest of Rome. It's main industry was salt - precious preserver of meat in ancient times - and it served as the naval base, protecting Rome from any invasion by river. At one point more than 60,000 people lived here. When Rome fell and the ...
... Those are only the soldiers who's families didn't bring them back to the states. In total over 30,000 troops gave their lives at Anzio. That is just not a number, that is 30,000 real young men. And that brings me to a special story of H24
H24 - A letter and number that will be forever engrained in my mind . At grave H24 lies the body of Roscoe Prince. He was a young man that Sergeant Robert Kirchgassner first met at Camp Pine New York. There ...
... which country they were a friend of. My favorite was when they said they were friends of the Pope- amigo di Papa! Finally, the Pope emerged from the balcony of his apartment and gave a blessing to the people in roughly seven or eight languages. It was truly an experience I will never forget. I can say I've seen the Pope!
Next stop? Firenze! But that is to come in part two of this update.
See you next time!