Suore Pie Operaie
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... comfy and old flip flops broke. So, I walked barefoot all the way to the park, which didn't hurt until the pebbles at the park. But on a positive note, I definitely wouldn't have paid as much attention to the beautiful layout of the pebbles and the trees. Some of the group played soccer, capture the flag, but Sam, Nif and I tossed around a frisbee. It was fun to watch our professors get so competitive and invested in the games. After that we attempted to walk home but ...
... no luck finding the face, so we hailed a taxi and had him take us to our favorite gelato shop: Giolitti.
I had a fondente chocolate (dark) and nutella gelatto cone, and Amie had a fondente and caramel gelato cup. We of course had some limoncello as our digestive.
We walked back to the room, past the Trevi Fountain one last time. Flying back home in the morning. Thank you Europe for the good times! Until next time.
... I had the best pesto spaghetti of my life, then we shared a margharitta pizza while we shared memories of Grandad. It was so special. We couldn't have found a better spot. Thank you so much Karen and Steve for giving us this special night, as we couldn't be at home with you at this time.
It was late and we were tired, but we so enjoyed our walk along the beautifully lit streets to the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain (even more amazing at night!), the ...
... tickets thru our pkg, so at least didn't have to wait hours in line to get in. Sistine Chapel was not what I imagined - I expected a huge painted dome. Not so. It's a comparatively small rectangular room with a barrel ceiling. Not to say it wasn't amazing ... the artwork is incredible, and Michaelangelo did it begrudgingly because the Pope made him. He wasn't even a painter - he was a sculptor! ·we had the same "skip the line" deal for ...
... we got there it was already passed the time and I was frantic, I asked Lauri to call the agency and as she began to do so a guy walked up to me as I was waving the green ticket around like a banshee. He asked if I was on his tour. I saw my name and with a relieved look I thanked him for not leaving. He directed us to the area where others were waiting as I apologized to Lauri for loosing it. It turned out that we waiting another ten minutes for it to ...
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