Hotel Palace 2000
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We woke up for our first full day and went to Mass on the rooftop of the hotel. Then we went down and had breakfast of bacon, eggs and orange juice. Fr. Romke came for breakfast and to take us to St Peter's Square to see the pope. We waited for a long time. Then Pope Francis greeted people. He rode in his pope mobile. We got some great pictures. Then he went up onto the stage ...
... has a lot of beauty don't let the traffic and graffiti full you. Some areas of it are beautiful. I also stopped by the trevi fountain on the way back. Unfortuanlty it is under construction so no water was in it but you could see all the statues of it. I also tried for the first time in italy gelato, Italian ice Cream. My lemon flavored gelato was so tasty. On my sixth day I visited the vatican. I booked my tickets in advance so I could avoid any the ticket line ...
Another big day in Rome! Our friend Annie (breakfast keeper lady) informed us that her car thermometer read 45 degrees yesterday.. while I am sure it was in the sun I do not doubt that it was a reflection of the temperature. SO hot! We started the day by hopping on the metro and making our way down to the Colosseum an the Roman Forum. It was a quick trip but leaving our room which we had set to 21 degrees (seems cold ...
... This place was terrible. I ordered eggs Benedict and asked for my eggs cooked all the way through and they served me raw eggs. Another bad part was that it had a tomato on it. I love tomatoes, but, this was the only ingredient not listed in their menu. This was very disappointing and I now know how Italians feel when they go to American and try a meal at one of our Italian ...
Last for the students was the ultimate challenge. One of the substitute teachers, whom the school sent as an extra chaperone, was dressed as a gladiator, with leather arm shield, trident, and net. Each student was given a chance to go against the gladiator with sword and shield in hand. Their job was to evade him during the battle. Next year, I want to taken on this role! I'd get 'em ...