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... held to the view that, whenever someone comes into your life it means something, even if it is only for a short finite period. I shared something with all of these people for two weeks of my life. Even if I never see any of them again, we'll always have that. I think that's kind of a beautiful thing. There were highs and there were lows. The Contiki motto is #noregets. I don't think that, when I look back, I truly have any regrets. I took it at my ...
... blended and frozen. We tried Frappe Inglese (egg nog), Nutella, and Don Vito (chocolate covered berries). Our last day was a good day and we are leaving with a sense of accomplishment and sadness that we don't have more time to just wander around some more. But hey, we have to leave something to return for, right?
this is a bit late in posting as Internet connectivity at the hotel is severely lacking.
... look at your ticket and sometimes they don't. The officer never even looked at my photo. He was busy talking about the pasta he was going to eat with pretty officer next to him. The security check line in Rome went pretty fast and seemed efficient. Key word "seemed." I know the Italians are always complaining but this time seemed more. They are all mad that the government is corrupt ...
... to see it in all of its splendor before I leave Rome. However, from what I could see of the fountain, it is a site to behold when water is flowing.
Tomorrow is the Feast of Corpus Christi. A group of us are going to head into Rome to celebrate mass with the Pope at the Basilica of Saint John Lateran. I will let you know all about the mass in my next blog post. I miss and love you all. Please continue to pray for me in my journey. Cant believe I will be done with the program in 2 ...
... was to see the Baths of Caracalla. So big it could hold up to 1,600 bathers and an Olympic sized pool, it was a towering 125 feet in height. What was remaining of the floor was covered in ornate mosaics. Built as propaganda by Emperor Caracalla, it was a luxurious place to socialize and have the different classes "mingle."
I am slowly but surely seeing the sights in Rome, more Roman adventures are planned for this week!