Hotel Londra And Cargill
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... everything in site, waving my arms everywhere because I slipped. Even the kids behind me laughed at me.
I'm surprised I made it out safe. Glad to have entertained you all at the expense of my life!
We walked down to the Piazza again for dinner, choosing a different restaurant ...
... every such project in human history, this building ran overbudget. And even a Roman Catholic Church that collected revenues from many estates, and from every practicing Christian in the west, found that finances were coming up a little short.
In an effort to pay for the most impressive church in world history the Vatican decided to push its cardinals, archbishops, and bishops for more revenue. One way to improve the income side of ...
... WORDS to accurately describe St. Peters. It's amazing, breath-taking, phenomenal, gorgeous, beautiful and soooo much more. Pictures for it will be included tomorrow when we finish the Vatican visit.
We came back to the hotel for dinner with the group. The people all seem very nice, the dinner was ok.
All in all it was a great day. We encountered a few 'weird' things in our travels today.
1) Apparently everyone here is a ...
... see). After several hours of taking in so much impressive history, we grabbed lunch near the Spanish Stairs. I was highly unimpressed by these...maybe it was the hectic crowd, but I've enjoyed so many other parts of Rome/other areas we've seen much more than by these!. We did a little shopping in this area and explored some of the major designer stores and window displays. This is also where I caved and had to buy some Italian leather/cashmere lined gloves at a famous leather stand ...
... ghettos that Jews had to endure. Today, it looks just like the rest of that Roman neighborhood but back after the Reconquista in the 15th century it looked much different with walls and discrimination towards Jews. It was a beat experience even though I didn't really do much there. After the ghetto we made our way back towards the open air market Campo de Friori for so e shopping and lunch. Since the students were already somewhat familiar ...