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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... she talk to Randy into giving her money without actually saying anything. Randy and I were also taken to an olive tree which had an interesting story behind it Beatrice gave us the story about the mafia who set off a bomb right in that area and it killed five people one waiter and a family of four including two small children. It was clear that this incident was touching to our guide Beatrice as she teared up after ...
... about 20 minutes. The rest of the day was maintenance....if you live in one place without maid service....guess who gets to be housekeeping....no tips please! Laundry, changed some sheets, cooked a little dinner and now we're trying to stay awake for the USA World Cup game against Portugal...lots of excitement in the Vannasdall family! Alore, sorry this is short, but I'm going to have a beer at The Old Stove with CnT and some new friends from ...
... a little daring and also decided to order a Cosmopolitan Martini. Surprisingly, it was the first time that I had ever tried, or ordered one, for that matter. I actually might have found my new signature drink, which could end up being very dangerous. It was really nice to get together with most of the girls that go to Iowa State for a drink and dinner, due to the fact that was the first time since even being abroad. We ...
... not anything like I imagined...because its better than anything I could have imagined. Yesterday I went to the grocery store for the first time with the roomies. Most of the products are *************ginze because they are packaged differently and in Italian. The meat and dairy kinda sketch me out but hopefully ill get over that soon. The language barrier definitely came into play when trying to find certain things since we all no very little Italian.
The time is now 3:30 am here in Regello. Our institute has sadly come to an end. We are about to load the bus and make the 3 hour drive into Rome so that we can catch our flights back to the U.S. Some of us are returning home while others are continuing on a separate journey to other places in Europe. There have been some tears shed but that is to be expected when you experience something so amazing. Most of us know that there are some people who we will never see again after this and ...