Petit Palace San Bernardo
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... know that there could be a potential problem here. The hospital where the current Ebola patient is being treated is 40 minutes away from where I live, and I don't plan to go there any time soon!
On a positive note, the Ebola situation here landed me a pretty cool opportunity this week with my TV station. I was asked to talk as a guest on an Original Production on WTOP-10 (the TV station I work at in Oswego) called "The Rundown" to explain how people are reacting to the ...
... out of having to finish the run, but decided against it. I'm not patient enough to sit in a hospital. Haha. Patient. Get it? I should get paid for this.
The run back was equally as brutal, except now we were running towards the sunset, and I got to see the city across the water. Though my lungs were crying from the dry air, the view was incredible, so it was all worth it.
Finally reaching the end, we stretched for a bit and then did some ...
... who marked down the orders in chalk on the top of the bar. Liz had a Fino, and I had an Amintillado.....the quantities were exceptionally generous, for less than 2 Euros a glass! Plus free olives!
After this we met the girls nearby for dinner in a rather strange restaurant where the food was perfectly good, but the waitress very glum!
As Friday is our last day, Liz and I had a relatively early night, and the girls were back at the flat by 1am, which was also early for them!
... t for her, this was however the initial reaction of attempting to stab it with a knife!!!
Dinner was all my favourite foods here, pretty good of them to remember !! And that meant a whole dinner without ham - didn't think it was possible! Then an Oreo cake to finish with (Nat knew I fell inlove with them here). Moni gave me a gorgeous scarf and then instructed me on how to wear it!
Candi decided to dance on the table, flamenco style and she even mastered ...
... tiles on the floor help soak up the water so it doesn't get soaked. We found a delicious bakery...thank goodness because I was craving a cupcake! They also had delicious chocolate chunk cookies. Another sight we saw in Rome was The Vatican Museum and I really enjoyed seeing the Sistine Chapel again. It's wonderful how Professor Carlander has us do museums because he has each of us do a presentation on some piece of art. We hear the ...