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... off from the start! She and I are very much alike and both traveling solo right now. Our group was led by a delightful girl from Lithuania by the name of Egle. She has lived in Denmark, Vienna and now in Italy for the past year. She did a great job and made the tour entertaining and fun.
We started at the Spanish Steps, talked about Bernini's Fontanta della Barcaccia, and the first tea store in Rome established by two confident British women ...
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(French) Seule Paris est digne de Rome; seule Rome est digne de Paris.
... one who's on the trip with her boyfriend (therefore not around much), and the other who is sweet and knows some Italian which is priceless at this point in my stay.
Tomorrow I have orientation for classes, where I'll get to meet everyone who's studying with me! V excited! I need to wash up and go to bed now. Nice tangent Ri.
(Look below for a few ****** pics of my room/view)
... and show him the name and address of the hotel, there are 2 men, one speaks a little English, the other no English. They start talking to each other in Italian with lots of hand gestures, Alfie starts laughing and we realise they're saying it's quite a way up the hill......we ask if there's a bus, no......taxi, no!! Can we walk.....they laugh a lot!! The man who speaks English disappears and ...
... least but I was praying to the big guy upstairs to make this tour end quickly.
As we headed back to the apartment we had to cross through the lineup of people. I asked one of the people what this 6-hour lineup was for and she responded "to get inside the Basilica" to which I responded - you're insane ! My body was saying - "no more" - so we stopped for a late lunch of pizza before we made the trek for the last few kilometers back ...