Aenea Superior Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... with more gelato (not as good as yesterday’s, but hey, gelato!) before going into the church. Or trying to go in. Apparently it closes at 1pm on holidays. Oh well, hopefully we’ll squeeze it in on Tuesday. We slowly made our way through the masses of people towards the Spanish steps. Once again, words are failing me here. The streets were completely covered in pedestrians, but they weren’t pedestrian only zones. Taxis and a few ...
The past few days have not been too eventful. Monday we made our trip back from Venice. That involved 10 hours in a bus and coming home to do homework, so nothing real exciting there. Yesterday involved classes (per usual) and then a plethora of time spent in the library. With the end of the semester coming up we have a great deal of final papers, tests, reflections, etc. I stayed in the library very late last night and then woke up for classes today. After class I headed ...
... before heading to try to find a recommended gelato store. Instead we ended up in a makeup store, getting our makeup done for free but both ending up buying a product anyway. It felt alien to be so done up. We got severely lost in the train station on our way back, going up and down 3 elevators by mistake and leading about 3 couples behind us who seemed to think we knew where we were going. We went for dinner with the french teacher but ended ...
... are signs everywhere asking you not to. When we arrived at Assisi it was very warm and sunny, when we walked out of the basilica a cool change had come through with some large storm clouds looming over the hill. The cool breeze was a welcome relief from the heat we have experienced over the last few days. Having said that, today has been very pleasant in the low 30's. I'm sitting here on the bus typing this blog and we are still about an hour or so from Rome. The tour has been fun ...
... was incorrupt. Cecelia is the patron saint of music and her feast day is November 22.
St Cecelia's church is tucked away in Rome's Travestere district and looks simple from the exterior. Inside, however, is a stunning church with frescoed walls, painted ceilings, and a monument to St Cecelia laying as she is in her tomb.
When we walked into the church, a white carpet ran down the center aisle and large vases ...