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... There I saw a mother smoke, then breastfeed her baby. Noone seemed to think that unacceptable.
We walked to the station and found and caught the train. That sounds easy doesn't it but the station was huge and our platform was four levels down! Well sign posted and nice and clean. No graffiti down there interestingly enough.
Train very comfortable and fast. This one had no areas for luggage in the vestibles ...
... people-watched until 2 or 3 am.
Thursday was our second and last field trip. We met at 845 again, but the bus was actually on time. We first went to a restaurant that was about an hour or so way, where we were to have a presentation by the Carbinieri on stopping the illicit trade in cultural property. We actually got there an hour early, so had time to meander around the patio and hang out. There was a very friendly dog named Blitz who was ...
... the shops, it's all bright and shiny!
Sheltered linkways would have been helpful... it sure was annoying to remove my raincoat when I step indoors, wear back my raincoat outdoors and rinse and repeat.
There's a Gucci cafe, and the prices were surprisingly affordable (Less than 10 Euros for a dessert).
There is free wifi ...
... to know 3 yrs ago when here and with whom a close bond was established. We wanted to take them to dinner but had absolutely no chance of them accepting -Tu sei a Roma! You are in Rome (hence OUR guests). A lovely meal in a ristorante Antonella knows and likes and a really delightful evening. I feel like she is a sort of sister somehow and so regret not having made the effort to connect with her when we were young and I was ...
... his index finger (so it could point up to the heavens he had learned so much about,) his thumb, and a tooth. Insanity.
On Wednesday we had kind of an intro meeting for the electives we will begin taking after this month is over and we start taking Italian at a less intense rate. It wasn't very exciting, but I suppose not everything can be. On Thursday, however, we went to the Medici Chapel, for which our program paid our entry once again. My roommate Meg and I ...