The Orange Grove at the Spanish Steps
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... were gorgeous. Gelato is good. Rome is hot.
Mary- At Our Chalet we had an inside campfire and each group got to
do a song and we sang some other songs that they prepared.
Rome- we kept jumping from train to train. The Vatican was
beautiful. It was hot, super hot. We did a lot of walking. We had some great
gelato. We did more walking. We squished into the train like sardines, it was a
I had the unique opportunity to go to a mass in the rooms where St. Ignatius of Loyola lived during his time in Rome. This is the place where he came up with the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits. The chapel that was part of his rooms is where he spent a majority of his time, it is also his place of death. ...
... getting a little suspicious. I mentioned to Jess that maybe he wanted to ask her out. Jess laughed it off saying that this is my conclusion for everything (it's kind of true... But I'm pretty sure that's just cos a lot of guys have wanted to ask her out lol). Eventually the waiter finally brought our bill over, and would you believe? He actually asked us to go dancing with him! In the end we turned the waiter down. He was funny and we enjoyed ...
Goodbye Drouin/Melb/Aus. Flight to Doha. Way too much food on offer. Finally watched Frozen. Love conquers all! Stopovers Doha - very hot here, bus into terminal, five hours wait then onto Fumicino. Time for a real coffee then boarded De Havilland aircraft heading across the Adriatic to Dubrovnik. Arrived after 30 hours of travel. What a welcome sight; white limestone cliffs, pencil pine conifers pointing to the sky, warm sunshine over the crystal blue ...
... that did cause the eyebrows to raise a few cms. He then explained that it is the church over which the Pope is Bishop, thus is a fundamental cog in the machinery of his position. We entered and were instantly struck by the lofty detailed ceiling that left all others in Paris and London behind (a matter of contention between me and Juls...she thinks Versailles ceiling was better) plus the sheer size and expense associated with a building devoted to worship.