La Torre Sebastiani
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... not to buy one after all. Don't know if they ever got their photo. As I walked around I noticed lots of people with bottles of water. After a couple of hours I wished I was one of them! Strangely there was no shop inside selling water or food. All the hawkers were outside. What they did have though were watering points where you could re-fill your bottle - or the plebs like me could drink from the tap. This is not easy with a handful ...
... them background on me (They were shocked to be my 17th fifth grade class, but felt special because they're my first at AOSR.), designed name tags to show off our favorite things, covered procedures, and worked on a student survey.
We headed to lunch at 12:45, where I got to be on cafeteria duty until 1:15 when they went out for recess. Scarfed down my own lunch, including the most delicious piece of pizza I might have ever tasted. And, ...
No, Roma is not about to collapse, but maybe I am. After the big finish with Trafalgar last night, you would have thought so anyway. No, not quite dead yet! I was up again at 5 am, sorted out a few things, ate breakfast and was trying to get onto the internet when my chauffeur arrived. His name is Carlo. He works for a company that drives people around. They do airport transfers for various companies and special bookings. My request was a special booking. Letizia had haggled ...
... and the old ancient buildings in Rome are incredible. It's hard to believe they are still standing after all this time! The great Pantheon was included into the tour but unfortunately wasn't open due to the holiday. I definitely will be back before we leave!! The tour finished and we were both starving so we went and found somewhere to have dinner straightaway. I had a delicious seafood pasta with fresh mussels, clams and prawns. So good! We took the ...
... the Egyptian obelisk that rises up in the centre of the Piazza and out down the street, in between two beautiful domed churches en route to the Spanish Steps. I did wonder why on earth they would be called the Spanish Steps when we are in the middle of Italy.
Well, in a nutshell, there is this thing called the Holy See and if you are a catholic, I am sure you have already heard of it. Before the Vatican came into existence in 1929, ...
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