Idea Hotel Pomezia
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Breakfast Available
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... North American College. Fr. Romke took us through a short cut to the NAC for the reception. At the reception there was food and drinks. Deacon Sean and all the new deacons welcomed people. And Cardinal Dolan grabbed me and started asking questions. He asked me where I lived, my name, how old I was, and if I liked the Cubs. Everyone was congratulating Deacon Sean. Then we went to the Scavi Tour. There are no pictures because no photos ...
... cool temperature in these tunnels. On my fourth day here I went to the capital building of rome and it's museum. On top of the capital building you can take a lift for some amazing photos of Rome. For those who love building architecture like myself rome has it some of the most amazing buildings surrounded by ruins and churches. The museum was great. Some of the oldest and preserved ancient relics in the world. On my fifth day I visited the famous pantheon and ...
... a whole lot more exciting than Flinders Street and North Melbourne.
We decide to go out for dinner. There is an island in the river right near the hotel, with lots of restaurants along the river banks. We settle for pizza and pasta. I'm not sure I'll be able to eat pizza again when I get home after trying this. The crust is thin and crispy, and they hold back on the cheese. This is just how I like it.
I'm suffering from blogging fatigue. I know that ...
Today we did a church tour. We took the metro to see Saint Paul's Basilica. We saw the burial spot of Saint Paul and could even go down into this spot where his stone coffin is visible. There were pews where you could kneel and pray, so I decided to do just that. I was interrupted mid prayer and had to wait and go back to finish it. The Basilica was gorgeous and had this amazing Rose ...
... training posts. There might have been a face or two I imagined superimposed on the posts...no students. Never. ;)
As much as I loved swinging and stabbing with a sword, the best was yet to come...swinging a sand bag at students as they each ran the gauntlet with and without shields and swords at the ready. Swing a sand bag you say? Maybe it was more like shove with all my might! Hey! I ...