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... without falling asleep... or a miracle.
Today, after eating the delicious breakfast cake our chef Monica made, we had our first Philosophy class. After class, myself and six others decided to walk about two miles to the Vatican where we took pictures and climbed to the top of the Dome of St. Peter's Basilica (All 551 stairs). It was gorgeous because halfway up you end up on a ledge inside the top ...
Hi everyone, It has been a very very long time since I updated my blog so I've got lots to share. First...our 3 days in Rome. Wow! What an amazing place. We spent 3 whole days roaming the streets of Rome, seeing the sights and we still didn't get to see everything we wanted to see. We saw a fantastic comedy play at the Roman Forum which are the extremely old ruins of the old city of Rome. The play was very funny and ...
... Rome .... How amazing! A highlight of our stay in Italy. Whilst it was great to see all the beauty and history of Rome....these two days reminded us that we are more country dwellers than city :-). Such beautiful fresh air and the scenery was truly amazing!! ...
... gadgets from the ancient era and then drills with a partner. We then faced off for some one on one and two on one. The boys and I smashed each others fingers a few times and were grateful the weapons were wood! Then out came the iron swords. Heavy sword, heavy shield...things became much slower towards the end of our two hours! Top day out and well worth the money ...
... anywhere, you can't always do so in the presence of the one person who knows you better than you know yourself. There's nothing better than talking about your life when you're half-tipsy, hands waving, philosophy spouting. I'll even miss playing the role of photographer's assistant, handing him rocks to create a makeshift tripod in the pitch dark as the wind gusts strongly on a wilid and winding Sammarinese pathway, while he ...