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Amidst the furious last-minute packing, the "gitters" are beginning to get to me. I have only traveled once before on a plane, so tomorrow morning will be an adrenaline rush of excitement and speed walking to the terminals. Luckily, the rest of the group I'm studying abroad with will be just as excited and ready to go as I am!
... br> For example, we will be in Rome for three nights, which means two and a half days in the city (the last day we are traveling to our next destination). So I have my document for Rome organized like this (this is the abridged version!):
Day 1, June 25: Arrive at 1pm.
See Roman Forum, Colosseum, San Clemente Church.
Apertivo options: (links to a few places)
Dinner options (links to a few places)
Day 2, June 26
I flew back to Rochester for Memorial Day weekend for Caitlyn's baptism. We were able to get out for the first real sail of the season (a little chilly, but not bad!), I tried on some wedding dresses with Mom and Christina, and celebrated my birthday a bit early with a delicious lunch at my favorite Rochester restaurant.
Heather & Roger, and Hilary arrived to ...
... how did I wear a bigger size when I was 10 than now?!), some awesome 80s/90s toys, old school projects, and even a box full of Putt Putt Golf tickets. Now that they closed, I guess we'll never know what great prize I could have won!
It was a wonderful weekend home with beautiful weather, and we even had time to get the boat ready for the season (along with a brief sail).
... you read about in Pillars of the Earth – gothic style with stain glass windows, buttresses, arched domes – almost too much to take in. As much a museum and a church; spectacular but not as reverent as Santa Cruz. Right next to the cathedral is the Royal Palace, home of Filipe VI. Nice place; looks like a lot of bathrooms but we couldn't get close. We went across the street for a cappuccino and then ...