Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 55, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by cjasko

... Fr, john announced that this Mass was being offered for Gerry Rauenhorst,; dad read petitions seeking God's graces for Gerry R., our children, Mike Lovell, Don Zuern.

As if this was not enough, while we were walking with the Cardinal, he invited us to have dinner with him at 7:45. How could we all refuse? So, at 7:45, the Cardinal comes down the hill at St Anne's gate and we walk 6 blocks to 'Il mozzicone,.

Finally ...

My professor is better than your professor

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

Today some of us decided to go to mass at Santa Maria della Scala in Trastevere. We walked in and Dr. Connell was there waiting for mass to start as well. The presiding priest was from India and there were some visiting priests from Africa. Dr. Connell read some of the readings and we sang some songs that I actually knew!!!

After mass, ...

Colosseum & Roman Forum

A travel blog entry by kaitlynm19


Hey everyone!! So I've been to many sites within Rome since I've been here. Can't believe it's almost 3 weeks since I left the US! Within the first week of starting with UARC, we had a few meetings about what to expect with the program as well as filling out the permission to stay form. During that week the school took us to see the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Both of these site visits were amazing but the pantheon is still my absolute ...

Train to Rome

A travel blog entry by bkrj

... was working and the station was modern and clean. Got to the station with plenty of time to spare. The boys decided they were hungry and wanted a macdonalds so we got an early lunch. Got on the train, which was onetime pretty much, at 11.20 and arrived in Rome by 1.30 ish. The seat numbers on the train are a mystery. We had seat numbers 61,62,63 and 68 and thought as you would that 68 would be away from the others. We were relieved to see that we were altogether with ...

Our Last Day In Rome

A travel blog entry by yvonjord


... street hawkers all over the streets....they were trying to sell these awful little gelatin balls that two big eyes in them. They were then throw them to the pavement and they would flatten out like a broken egg and emit a horrible scream..........don't worry none of us bought any of these.....can't imagine who would want to. If we weren't being hasseled by these vendors, we were being chased by other guys who try to give you ...

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