Rovati Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The most interesting thing happened to me several times during the course of the week. At random times, I'd be listening to someone from the school talking, and a feeling of it all being surreal would wash over me. I've been planning this huge shift in my life in earnest since February; dreaming of the change for so much longer. I have to pinch myself - I'm really living this life!
Last week was chock full of more firsts for ...
Yesterday was full of unexpected things.
First, working with Fr. John Paul Mitchell, we asked if he could arrange a private Mass for us in St. Peter's Bastilica. He said absolutely he could arrange a Mass, and THAT HE WOULD
SAY THE MASS HIMSELF. WE WERE THRILLED. SINCE FR. JOHN IS ATTENDING THE
NORTH AMERICAN COLLEGE IN ROME, HE HAS THE PRIVILEGE OF SAYING MASS AT ST. PETERS.
Can you just imagine attending ...
... selling local jewellery etc so of course we couldn't help ourselves and ended up buying things. Washed down shopping with some Yuma ice cream. I don't know why it tastes so good but it is. I had pistachio and orange,almond. Refrained from licking the bowl but was tempted.
Anyway will try and find somewhere to up load some photos as I am using Jessie's iPad to write this
miss you all
... and ducking for cover and we met back at the tram station and caught the number 8 tram back to our hotel, where 3 boys were pleasantly surprised to find they had been given an upgrade to the penthouse (3rd floor suite) due to a faulty toilet in their old room. Another early start is on the cards for tomorrow as we head off to our next Italian destination…Florence, via a stop for lunch in Siena, Tuscany…it’s a hard ...
... in Rome. This restaurant was featured on No Reservations by Anthony Bourdain who raved about the Cacio e Pepe here. I find the restaurant with 40 minutes to spare so I am delighted to find a huge church next door, Saint Cecilia. The church is lovely and has an archeological crypt down below. There always are some surprises underneath Rome. The crypt is quite huge and interesting. It's always good to see the layers of Rome to remind you of how Rome is layer upon layer ...