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- Continental Breakfast
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... their ideas remain stagnant then nothing can how can they recover. Also I realized through talking to a lot of people our age in these countries that they feel more independent of their parents than many American youth do. They work, go to school, and still find time to take care of their loved ones that were disadvantages in any way by the economic crisis. I have many friends that work and attend college, but very few that don’t rely at ...
... us through and forward. I imagined everyone else was cheering Collinwood, which is probably not far off! After a few pics, Spanish Steps were next, but we stopped for a couple of canolis and gelato for kids. In the space of going in and out, the sky had turned from blue to very grey. Meaning the forecast we checked was from the ever reliable Bureau of what-does-it-look-like-out-the-window? Blow it, we've come this far, a shower won't stop us!
We got ...
... of my PJ’s and headed downstairs. I was not exactly sure what I was going to do, but I felt like I should do SOMETHING. So I chatted with Antonio for about 30 minutes. We started talking in the hotel “lobby” (really just a room not attached to our apartment). Then we ended up outside. I found out he was born in Chile, but moved to Italy when he was two. He and his parents has been here ever since, he studied in Spain for school and came back here. You get the gest. ...
... etc that we had brought with us. As most people were holding iPhones at the time, I presume that those smart phones have also now been blessed. It was lovely - he seemed so nice, and responsive to the crowd - when he announced some new cardinals, including a Brazilian one, and the Brazilian part of the crowd cheered, he laughed and said it was good to see the Brazilians in the crowd! And I loved it when he ended by wishing us "A ...
... day’s blog, reading up on places I want to see, taking a nap (!), and then headed out again determined to find that supermarket!
It was open! Maybe it closes every afternoon or maybe it was closed because it was Sunday, I’m not sure. It’s a pretty large market. On the ground floor it’s more like a department store with clothes and purses, shoes and perfume. The grocery part is in the ...