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Last night the welcome
dinner was at a restaurant overlooking the Colosseum so that was
fairly impressive and the food and wine were pretty good too. Then
we crashed after our long 25 hour flights from Perth so a busy day
Saturday has tired us out again. We didn't think we ever wanted to
return to Rome but here we are quite enjoying another visit to
Vatican City and the other sights on offer. Mama Mia! The crowds ...
... to the Pope by Emperor Phocus in the 7th century, and dedicated it as a church to their One, which it serves to this day and at nearly 2000 years old remains the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world.
Tired and dusty but happy, we soon hit the bumpy patched up roads in direction of an anomaly of Italy; San Marino, a country within a country, much like that of Vatican City though of a slightly bigger size (technically an enclaved microstate) and ...
... straits capo peloro and point schillia but unfortunately it got a bit too windy so we decided to go for lunch at the Grand Pacific restaurant were they serve you. After lunch we went to an art auction - didn't buy anything as some of the art was worth over $10,000 but we did enjoy the free champagne!! We also went to the library on board and read some books about Athens and Olympia, our next two ports. We also found a Rick Steins book on Istanbul which ...
... my teacher just lectors for the entire time and doesn't breath, plus there is a super heavy accent :/ I'm hoping it gets better later! The other class I have those day is American Government from 3-4:15pm. My teacher is from the USA and he's already talked about growing up in the 60's and he seems crazy! The class seems hard but it will definitely interesting to seem from his side. Tuesday I only have one class and it's Sociology of Southern Italy at 3-4:15pm. I love my ...
I should first mention that New Years Eve is definitely not my holiday. I hate crowds, staying up really really late, and being surrounded by drunk people. I don't know why I thought it would be different in a foreign country, but boy was I wrong. It was ten million times worse. I mean, don't get me wrong, getting to say I brought in the New Year standing next to the colosseum is awesome, but if I could have done it without all the other people, I would have.