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... going past the Byzantine church of Santa Maria, which is famous for its majolica tile dome, then down to the waterfront to paddle my feet. Moved onto a cafe for coffee for me & a beer for Tim, before starting to walk back up the hill to the minibus, one of the group got lost & it took 30 mins of find Betty, but finally back to our bus & on the road ...
... they do not have to see the person delivering the meal, are eaten in solitude. Once a week they take a long walk in the woods during which they are allowed to speak. Twice during the year, at Christmas and Easter they are allowed visits from their families. At this time there are still 5 monks living in this monastery.
Our first stop of the day is at the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial. This is the burial place for US soldiers that were ...
... in her no-nonsense way - although she did soften when Sue complimented her on her outfit colour and broke into a lovely smile. (I think I love Italian women.) We sauntered inside and looked at the main board to find out which platform to go to and couldn't find Florence listed! Sue pulled out the booking to check the details and that was when we discovered we were at the wrong station! Our train was leaving from Tibertina! Where the hell was that? I don't know how it happened ...
... The gelato was extremely good, because of how smooth the texture was and the accurate flavoring. Then we went to look for breakfast foods at the supermarket, which was very busy and had strange people like a guy wearing a superman suit asking to take pictures. Overall, my first day in Rome was really fun, and I am excited for what the next days will have in store for ...
... nearly divine experience for a history and classics lover like me. It was so gratifying to see that the boys recognized many of the people depicted in the statues and paintings and knew the myths they were seeing. One of my favorite moments of the day was when I walked into a room and Sebastian was showing Scott a breathtaking relief on some sort of a large box that showed the story of the Caledonian Boar hunt. I’ll spare you the ...