Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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We were woken on the Futura at 5.30am, as that is when it set sail to Split. It meant we had time to pack and prepare for leaving the ship. We docked at 9.00 and our transfer to the airport was due at 9.30. The transfer arrived at 9.59 so a good start to get to the airport. We arrived and started queuing at the check in, which it seemed half of Split was doing (16 checkins all with a queue about 12 deep). As seasoned travellers, the line we chose was the slowest ...
... wild and big smiles and tears were seen often.
Of the two new Saints, The crowd seems to really love J hon Paul. I think his warmth, his warm smile and his outreach everywhere on the globe, seems to have made him loved.
as we walked trying to find a way in, closer, lo an d behold, we saw Fr. john Paul Mitchell, walking
with. Other priests to get ready to distribute communion. Fr. John Paul's smile reminded me of Pope John Paul's smile. ...
... A man started talking to him in a foreign language to distract him. He felt something was wrong but felt his wallet still there and it was only later that he realised his camera was gone. I realised how fortunate we had been with our two incidents that others who were around had been aware for us.
We saw the movies 'White House Down' which was very good and 'Ice Age, Dawn of the Dinosaurs' which was quite funny. Greg watched 'World War Z' and said not to bother ...
... smoker. Our plane is boarding and it's time to line up for the flight, go through another security check, and we are on the plane, get ourselves organised for a long flight home, I can't wait to see my new Granddaughter, Abigail and Matilda, I have missed her. On the plane 13 hours flight can't sleep, watch movies, sew, write blog, eat, drink, and be ...
... leg while others watched more movies or played some more texas hold-em. It was great fun because our group could play together from their seats. Although some of the students need to listen a little more to Kenny Rogers and “know when to hold em, know when to fold-em”!
On our arrival in Rome we cleared what, I guess you could call customs. It was little more than a guy looking at your passport for a ...