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... in Italy is down. The apartment is a pleasant surprise with easy access, large rooms,marble floors, double glazing,good heating,and Wifi, and to top it off a well supplied kitchen. Straight away we stocked up, met the local wine shop owner, and found the local restaurant who squeezed us in so long as we finished in 30 minutes. Since we were exhausted we managed that and retired home. It feels ...
... delivered in Italian. There is a translation of this and a reminder that at the end, the Pope will bless us all, our families and especially our children and anything we have with us that we would like blessed. I had brought the Tao Crosses I bought in Assisi for the children in my class, they were blessed along with most of the very special presents that I had bought, chess sets included. I felt blessed and privileged to be in the presence of this charismatic man. A quick ...
... had set up as a Father's Day gift . As the Mraz's and Salina's visited once more over a fine meal we all marveled at what we had seen, learned, regretted( few) and enjoyed ( see previous posts ). As I said before, I'm ready to head west, Bobbie on the other hand is still wondering what's around the next corner, and that my friends will be another story. Off to Boston tomorrow, where a young family awaits, and we shall play tour guides to our travel pals for a couple of days ...
Caught the metro to Vatican City. Well 4 of us caught the metro. Greg and Rex nearly got caught in the door when it closed on them. So they got left behind at the station and had to catch the next train! We got saturated lining up to get into the Vatican. So many people. It was so big and quite ...
... I am not exaggerating when I say it wrapped around the entire country. Yes the Vatican is technically the smallest country in the world, but I mean... Details. And this behemoth wasn't single file.. No no it was 10 people wide at its thinnest point. There's a certain term for this caliber of line that the Turner family would use, and it is also a favorite of mine, but I'll leave it out of the blog.
So we were forced with a decision; spend a potential ...
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