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... announced that the staff was going out to the bar for a drink before curfew and everyone was invited. Of course, everyone headed out to have a good time (some had more of a good time than others). It was cool to have everyone out in an unofficial setting just hanging out but we also found it a little embarrassing to be a part of 100+ (loud) Americans who take over a bar while Italians are just trying to have a nice dinner.
... for most have actually have replaced their real names;
And yes I use a shitload of adjectives, my apologies:
Caoimhe [yet to be nicknamed, US]: one of my amazing roommates who I thank a lot of great nights to, who has super funny facial expressions and who one day will become famous because of here beautiful voice.
Jess [Casanova, US/Brazil]: my other amazing roommate who I thank meeting most of the other to. I’ve never ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
... their coffee as several gentlemen and ladies walked up to the main counter, ordered a café and then slammed it like a tequila shot (well not quite but almost) before continuing with their afternoon. It was too funny and while Bree and I did enjoy the practice of finishing most of our meals with a café (espresso) we never did get into the two minute coffee break throughout the day.
After weaving our way through much of the city for the remainder of the day, we ...
... Minerva, San Rufino, St Chiara (Basilica of St Clare), and San Damanio. The church Beyond of Minerva was in the middle of town square next to a fountain with lions heads. The church ceiling and walls were painted like in the Sistine Chapel. San Rufino had clear glass flooring where we can see ruins of a previous church that was built there. There was a side chapel where a funeral was about to take place. The St Chiara church had flying buttresses outside the walls. We ...