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... our street for sushi and green tea gelato. The gelato was great, but I was slightly disappointed in the sushi. For those of you who don't know, Sushi is my favorite thing to go out to dinner for so I have had lots of really great sushi to compare it to which is probably not fair. Anyways, I am so excited for more food, wine and all the sightseeing to come!
Oh yeah.. and I think I have to go to ...
... a scheduled class trip Friday morning, I arrived in Rome separately than my ISA group. Finding my own transportation there, I stepped back into my past 'territory.' It was pouring buckets and I didn't have an umbrella but I couldn't restrain my giant smile. I walked for nearly an hour (I'm a bit stubborn..), enjoying every soaking step until I reached my old region known as 'Trastevere.' I arrived at the hotel just in time to join the rest ...
... and good natured, as we drove he pointed out things to us. He wasn't shore where Rick's Cafe was so he kept on stopping and asking people, we had quiet an ordnance going as more people joined in with instructions on how to get there. On about the third time around we were at died stop in the middle of a market, he did a u turn, it was impressive, with people and cars and stall, a man pushing a cart with a large mattress on it. After the turn a women flagged him down and we ...
Yesterday we had to be on the bus at 0800 to drive back into Venetia. We went to the island of Murano or Guideccia to visit the traditional glassblowers. Very funny presenter - he was a third master of glassblowing which meant he had done a 14 year apprentice ship but wasn't good enough to be second or even first master. That was for the 2%25 of glassblowers that were artists as well. Then we went through the gallery for the hard sell. He kept banging the beautiful ...
Today, we woke up around 130 (some of us still haven't gotten used to the time change). Despite our late start, we decided to live as the locals do. So, we headed to the supermercato for the supplies to create our own Italian four-course meal! After only spending 27 euro on ingredients, (less than we would pay for a one course meal at a restaurant!) we headed ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool