“Philosophy when superficially studied, excites doubt, when thoroughly explored, it dispels it.” ― Francis Bacon
Well, that was more than a month ago, but I still get all happy when I think about it. :’) It was cool with the canonizations and all, even though we got home from the St. Peter’s Square before the mass even began (we had waited all night since 21.00 but then there were so many people at the back of the square where we, the intelligent people who think that those who are last will be first, stayed instead of going forward that I had to fake a panic attack in order to get out of the square because there were no exists). So we pushed ourselves through the masses and went home because we where pretty much walking dead. And then we slept away the entire day. So we didn’t really see anything of the Mass or anything. But it was fun telling the others how the doctors took care of me.
BUt I must tell you anon, that the overall trip was awesome. We were only 9 friends and we grew very close to each other during that week. And while Rome is very beautiful and joyful, the friends I made there are what I remember the most.