Travel Blogs from Rome
... was bustling with activity. The plaza was already 1/4 filled even though the papal audience did not start until 10am. We were able to find a good spot right next to a barricade. When the pope came into the square riding in the Pope Mobile, the crowd burst into cheers. People were chanting in many different languages, and I was really excited to be apart of something I have witnessed so many times on TV. The Pope drove right by us, although he didnt ...
... is awesome. I'm not sure about the class yet but stay tuned. Thursday I have that class and I also have my other Sociology class. Its Rome, Modern City. It's an on site class, so I will be going to lots of places around room and studying the city. Only problem is it at 9am to noon :( like holy ****! Oh and also my midterm and final are both 5 questions and each worth 40% of my class. So ten questions determine 80% of my grade -___- awesome. It sounds really interesting but ...
... different peoples lives seem to interest me the most. I have always wondered how I can live the life I do…. Yet thousands of miles away a different person in a completely different country is living a life so different to mine, yet probably has the same love of family and friends that I do. It fascinates me.
I also noted that the happiest people where those who spent their lives on or under the water. They all seemed ...
... a legit taxi.....and then the cheeky bugger charged me an extra 3 euro because he picked me up from the train station and he because he put my bag in the boot and got it out again without even giving me the chance of doing it myself!! They must love the non Italian speaking tourists, i think we have sucker written on our foreheads and being a female travelling on my own i reckon they try and take advantage of me even more! Up until my hotels have been great and i had ...
... seven feet tall and the Nave is over two football fields long! We enjoyed gaping at the beautiful dome with St. Andrew, staring at the baldacchino (canopy above the alter) by Bernini, admiring the amazing artwork, and enjoying Michelangelo's beautiful Pieta.
After a quick lunch of homemade sandwiches, Camden and I went off to our Scavi tour, while Bryce, Bryn, and Ethan took off to explore ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service