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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... All other residents are members of the clergy.
We next entered the Pinecone courtyard on the back of the Belvedere palace, which was a nice place to sit and relax for a break in the sun while our guide brought out a large laminated picture of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling and explained the significance of the panels to us. She did this because the Chapel is a consecrated place, and is supposed to be silent, with certainly no guides talking. Also, taking pictures ...
... we learned that our gate was H6. We were in terminal F, and saw signs pointing to terminal H. We decided to stop for lunch at a place that looked good and was across the hall from a duty free shop where I could buy some things I needed. After finishing lunch and doing a little shopping with an hour and a half to spare before our flight, we started walking to terminal H. And that's when we ran into a giant throng of people and saw that they were ...
... B, stopping for some gelato along the way. For dinner we found a place nearby that had Naples-style pizza and since we haven't found a lot of amazing pizza yet we had to go check it out. And omg we were so glad we did! The pizza was absolutely amazing. The crust was bubbled and chewy, the cheese was fantastic...ah, heaven. They were huge pizzas though, and in Italy they don't share pizzas and they don't take leftovers to go. I only made it through half and was bummed that it ...
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I would have to say the highlight for me was our visit to the Vatican on the last Sunday of the trip, when we were in St. Peter’s Square as the pope made his weekly appearance, and offered his blessing to the crowd of onlookers in the square below. It was a very moving experience for me. We actually visited the Vatican on three occasions: once to see the church and square from the outside, then our tour ...
... goofy self across the Atlantic in hopes to learn and grow as a person as well as better myself. Getting out of north Philly was just a bonus. As a La Salle Explorer, their cheesy motto that they feed you at freshman orientation is to "Never stop exploring!". They hope, mostly in vain, that this will instill some sort of pride and vision into minds of a group of 18 year olds. Although, cheesy at first, the more time I spend at La Salle the ...