Domus Appia 154
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We then walked to a nearby square for our walkabout dinner. The entire group separated into small groups and we each went in a different direction. After a brief visit to the ATM we decided to check out a few restaurants off the main square. Walking down the street we were approached by several different gentlemen trying to convince us to choose their restaurants over the others. After hearing about the homemade pasta’s and ...
I know nothing of football and care less but thought there must be something going on due to the number of young men dressed mainly in flags.
This is an interesting match as Italians love both football and coffee and of course Costa is a coffee producer. Who to ...
... thing. Lots of intrigue and skullduggery. He made much of the Roman disdain for the French and very pointedly, but with a dry sense of humour, indicated that Paris had twelve Egyptian obelisks. Rome had thirteen, he announced triumphantly! We saw the Palace of Venezia where the photos of Mussolini waving to the crowds took place. Dario commented that the balcony is very small, but this made Mussolini look bigger. He took us to see the Trevi fountain and told us of several of ...
1) It is impolite to say Ciao! when you are speaking with strangers, opt for Buongiorno before 2pm and Buenasera after that.
2) Learn the language of the country, even if you are attending an English speaking school. I really could have benefited from knowing simple phrases. Even if it is literally 1 semester of the language or you do it online JUST DO IT! I found a very helpful website called live mocha.
3) Find a credit card with less international fees, ...
... full anticipation of seeing yet another Italian icon before we were herded into the crowded chapel. Joining the masses of tourists all gazing up at the striking architecture and magnificent art on display and admiring Michelangelo’s famous frescoes, we too were blown away by the beauty and detail in the masterpiece. Despite the constant shushing of the guards and the pushing and shoving of impatient tourists in ...