Best Western Hotel Fiuggi Terme
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November 21 and 22, 2014
This morning we packed, cleaned and left by 10 am. The road was pretty easy today thank goodness. Even Rome's ring road, which was horrendous last time, was better today. We got to Cisterna and decided to have a late lunch in the town – so as not to worry Antonietta. Just as well because we didn’t realize that it was her 60th yesterday and ALL THE BOYS and ...
... included another GPS challenge on a very narrow windy hair-raising road backstreet shortcut!
In the little town below the villa, Rem had a rigorous 'short back and sides’ cut at a local barber (to my dismay) and I lost my Athenian hat, but not ...
... surprising that we were the only visitors there for most of time. Then we continued down the hill to where the lower level of the temple was (it has five levels) to the main square of the town and the location of the Duomo. The Duomo is built using a wing jutting out from the main temple, but it has been substantially altered over the years. Inside it is very nice, but the main reason we visited is that on one side is ...
... live in the palace too) and were guided by Elizabeth Lev as she talked about families and patronage in the 17th century. After our tour of the palace we spread out for some walking around. I walked with some people to Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, one of the many beautiful churches of Rome. We visited there for a bit before meandering around. We ended up by the Pantheon and watched a man with a cello and a man with a guitar playing for ...
... as a teacher, I look forward to an interesting semester. After these three a caffeine break for a London Fog was required, especially if I wanted to get through my next two and sure to be hardest classes: Theology and Art. Western Theological Tradition is taught by Sr. Catherine, a funny but slightly terrifying woman. While under normal circumstances Theology is not a class I find much interest in, Sr. Catherine ...