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... chapel, not the rest of the museum so I'm sure we missed out on a lot of interesting history about the rest of the building and the art. Although I did hear snippets. Like how some statues would have glass eyes that had colored irises. There were a couple that survived and they were on display... CREEPY!! We also went to St. Peter's basilica to check it out not in the rain. It's really quite beautiful. And the podcast for that had some interesting info. Like ...
... ponchos of shame. Whew! The view from the top over the Forum was very nice! As well as a great look down into the colosseum. We found out the top ring was where the women and poor people sat. After that, we went to the bookstore, since Kurt wanted this book that had overlays showing what everything looked Iike back then, like the one we got in Pompeii. After that we grabbed some sandwiches from a street food truck and took some more pictures. Next we went to look at ...
... to go out. I wasn't really feeling it but still walked with the group to the mid point between cabs and bar. I ended up swinging by bar anyways because it was so close but I waited at the bar for over 15 minutes without getting a drink. Douche bag guys kept ordering ahead of me because they would just hold their money over my head. I was tried of waiting so a few of us left. Came home and now I'm about to pass the heck out, Vatican tomorrow which means lots of ...
... met in Rome at the beginning of the semester. I know it sounds a little sketchy, but Dom is a good guy and is a diehard Sunderland FC fan (English soccer team), so we are going to go to the Sunderland vs. Crystal Palace match Saturday at 3:00pm. Saturday night we are gonna stay at Dom's place and than fly back to Rome Sunday afternoon. I'm really excited for this week and will be sure to post an entry shortly after I return.
This past week, we worked ...
... s favourite), egg creme (Cameron's favourite).
Our apartment was great, would recommend it to any of you when in Rome. Plenty of room for all of us to spread out. Sophie had a little posse up stairs to herself. Really not much more than a large window seat, but quite private with access to the roof top terrace. The kitchen is big enough to actually cook in. Laurie demonstrated that by re-creating his favourite Roman meal for ...
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