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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... rude/biased/annoyed person we meet here in Rome there seems to be ten of the nicest, most helpful people to replace them.
The Ara Pacis museum displayed the Altar of Peace that the emperor Augustus built after he unified the Empire. I had learned about that and many other things that I saw in Rome in a class last semester and it was absolutely incredible to see the history in person. The rest of Saturday was spent in the Vatican museum, the Sistine Chapel, ...
... city for three months. I get to experience things that I did not even know were different, like the coffee experience.
And secondly, I had my first on-site class this week! They are truly amazing because of how much I gain from having a museum or the city as my classroom. I'm more engaged with the curriculum, not almost taking a snooze at my desk. We are walking around, taking notes in little notebooks that we scribble in while standing up, and looking at the ...
... got quite repetitive. I am glad we went though. We also managed to see the Spanish Steps on our way back and, of course, popped into an H&M to do some light shopping too. Our last night in Rome was the night of the Germany vs Brazil game where they won 7-1! It was great fun, I made friends with another German in the crowd and we celebrated their victory together at the end! The following morning Niamh and I hopped on a coach to the airport while we nervously awaited landing in ...
... mayor’s office). In the center of the square is a copy of a 2nd century Roman bronze statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius (the original is inside).
From here it was less than a mile and a half back to the apartment. Total miles for the day: about 6.77—my personal best for a single day of sightseeing so far! It about did me in—I went to bed ridiculously early (let’s just say I was in bed before most Italians had even begun their evening ...
... in the loft area.
We ventured out to explore, ate lunch, and fund an ATM and grocery store. We ate lunch at Paquino's, which the taxi driver highly recommended, because the pizza is wood-fired, so at his recommendation, we went there for lunch (it was good pizza). as we were leaving, who do see but him inside the restaurant. No wonder he recommended the place...he must work there!
We found a wonderful gelato place not too far from our apartment. We've found ...