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... he boarded his Pope Mobile and road through the crowds, he seems to be a very humble man, he refuses to reside in the normal quarters as he says they are too large for him. By now it was 1pm, the afternoon was free for us to explore, we teamed up with Jackie,Megan,Di & Chris and did we walk some miles, one of the girls had a pedometer on and clocked up 30,000 steps. We walked from St Peter's Square ...
... so we took our time walking around its circular base. We could imagine the roar of the crowds as the gladiators would have battled before the people in the stands.
The tour group then met our bus and drove toward the modern area of the city for lunch at a local hotel restaurant, le Bouchin. We had a traditional lunch of pasta, veal and vegetables, panacotta for dessert and a glass of Italian red wine.
After lunch our bus ...
... and is a pushover, yet I still take the time to enjoy one on one
conversation with her after class ends. This is in order to clear up concepts
that get lost in broken English, show effort and interest, and also to charm her
up for any future breaks I may need; but mostly the latter of those three. I've
become accustom to carrying out this practice with all my teachers. My Italian
professor (professora) doesn’t speak a word of English during the ...
... waiting line. There we met a nervous looking lady, apparently our tour guide. About 30 other people gathered for the same tour, and we could tell everyone thought the lack of clarity (and all the phone calls they were making) was fishy.
The good looking man at the start had promised we would ‘skip’ the line…but I think our group just pushed in at the front! What ever happened, it meant we only had to wait for half an hour as opposed to ...
Today we had a fabulous tour through the Roman Forum, on top of Palatine Hill and all throughout the Colloseum. We were able to through the dungeons and to the top floor where only our tour group could go. We then walked to the trevi fountain. Aunt Barbs size 5 feet were killing her so stopped for some more pizza and wine (imagine that). My tolerance for wine ...