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- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
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... to! We then went to the Spanish steps which are just regular looking steps to me.. I was made to walk up them, I somehow survived to the top! I read later that the steps actually lead to the French church and were funded by the French so I have no idea why they are the Spanish steps! Saw some other monuments and things, they are beginning to all look a bit the same and I have no idea what they are for but they are nice to look at, along with the ...
... when you see it, you're just in awe. However, I'm getting pretty sick of being only 5'2". So here, the men are short and the women are tall. And since I am much smaller than everyone, I get pushed around...a lot. Italians are very aggressive and I may be little, but I could totally throw some elbows. I almost did, but the woman that was pushing me was nearly 90 years old, so I decided ...
... in part by Michelangelo and now home to the French Embassy) and across the river to the old Roman neighborhood of Trastevere for dinner.
The goal was to walk everywhere, and to see what we could in the rather limited time we had. We did not have time to go into most of the places, or if we did the visits were brief. In reality it was a bit like driving to the Grand Canyon, getting out of the car, poking your ...
... because you are friends I will give to you at ..." We took a photo of him with Ang stretching the garment out to show us that the garment is one size fits all. That wasn't true of a pair of white pants Ang also bought that she will need to gift to somebody smaller than herself. We walked along the river to an area called Trastevere. Avit had said its a bit like Monte Matre in Paris. It's character was different from elsewhere in Rome, it looks older and a bit run down, or ...
So since I got back from our four-day trip to Assisi and Florence, I have been extremely busy…well not on Sunday. Sunday was a great day to relax and catch up on a lot of things back on campus. We had mass for the first time in the small chapel here. Unfortunately, it started to rain so we were limited to hanging out inside. We caught up on homework, laundry, and even got to watch a movie in English (Sahara)! Yay!
Monday was a little more exciting. ...