Rovati Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taxi from the rank about 100 metres from the apartment and it's only about a 15 minute drive. As I get out of the taxi I see David warmly greeting a man who looks like a construction worker. I'm thinking "no way, not even David just happens to meet someone he knows as he gets out of a random taxi in the middle of Rome!" But sure enough he is greeting him like his long lost brother, even though he doesn't speak a word of English. They continue ...
... stick in broad daylight, dined alone, mastered the subway and walked the equivalent of what was probably the whole way back to NZ. I met some very pleasant people in my hostel including a handful of South Korean gals (will I ever escape? Joking Korea. You're OK), and a wonderful Brazilian babe whose each languages we couldn't speak but we hung out anyway. Rome. Yes that sums it up in short. But how are there ever enough words for something experienced so fully? Don't ...
... of our group was good company. We ordered a plate of fried calamari which ended up coming on a gigantic platter to accommodate for the 3 people who ordered it, alongside a mountain of chips. We ate the whole thing gladly, with a mixed salad to break up bites, and it was delicious. It still would have been nice to get some variety, but the whole thing cost us 60 kn - about €8. We walked/ran back to our room and tried to get a solid sleep before the huge week ahead of ...
... theology, readings countering the views of the Church, and look at how the material we read applies to the world we live in today.
Both classes seem very engaging and unique. However, each class is two hours long so we have 4 straight hours of class.....that is going to take some getting use to. After classes, we went to Castel Gondolfo, a small town on Lake Albano. It is also most famous for housing the Pope's summer residence. Although, as I found out, ...
... they had it. It was a sight to behold, lots of people enjoying the festive feel of the town and market. Glenda and I started of by going into a linen shop and then we bought a tray of beautiful strawberries from one of the stalls, next we had figs, cherry tomatoes,baguette, small goats cheese, pate, a small quiche, an apple and apricot pastry, and olives, which we ...