A few years back my husband and I took an anniversary trip to Eureka Springs. We booked a package which included our anniversary dinner. The dinner was the most disgusting thing I tasted. The salad and champagne were warm while the steak and potatoes were cold. To enjoy dinner, we the put champagne on the rocks and was fairly well toasted by the end of dinner.
We took a walk around the area before going back to our room. Getting in a car would be a bad choice. We happened to walk onto the grounds of a Catholic church. It was beautiful with the Stations of the Cross outside. The priest was talking to some kids who were standing on the wall trying to get on the roof. There were coins all over the roof I was a tad tipsy still so I didn't want to talk too much, but he told me that it was heritage the parishners threw change on the roof. Anyone hear of this tradition and how it came about?
Answer by Anonymous at 9:08 PM on Feb. 3, 2010
someone told me its the same thing as throwing coins into a water fountain, no idea if its true though.
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