Hotel Prince Galles Rome
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... from each other and see God at work. Jim brings ideas from other places, examples of promotional materials, how to print the courses, and tells them what is new at the Emmaus Home Office and what help is available to them.
The 40 people at the conference got to know one another and learned how best to pray for each other. Would you pray for these Emmaus workers as well? Here are a few of their requests:
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... ones that still had their original shape. After 3 hours, we noticed the crowd was had really grown and that it was getting really hot. We decided to take a break and head home. We picked up a sandwich and ate lunch at home.(We later discovered that the entrance fee is free on the first Sunday of the month which draws huge crowds.)
When it got to be dinner time we head back down the hill and found a nice quiet restaurant. We settle in and we both decided to have ...
... hassle. Dinner was delicious paired with a lovely bottle of wine! My phone had run out of battery (the overuse of Google maps while we were lost!) so I cannot show you the place or the food so you will just have to trust me on the details! It was really lovely.
The conversation started out lively and recounting the day but by the end it was obvious that we had both had a glass of wine too many, REM sleep too few and we were running ...
... At the tour meeting point i checked in and then went around the block to get a coffee. I then returned to the tour point and headed to the coach.
It was a 1hr trip to Hadrian's villa, along the way the guide told us about the place and about the tour. We got to Hadrian's villa coach parking lot and then had to walk up a large hill to the
entrance. First we had a look at the model of the area, then we went out and saw the ruins. The guide walked ...
... street performers, restaurants inviting you in, and fountains at either end.
I bought a gelato and wandered back and forth between the two squares, listening to the music and people watching. As my evening drew to a close and I found my way to the Metro, and looked up just in time to see the Spanish steps, but just for a moment, it was time to go home.
Ah Rome, a city that I have long looked forward to visiting ever since we ...