Le 2 Ville
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... time now.
Drivers do think the roads are go kart tracks but all understand the theory because they do miss each other whilst weaving.
Passing another vehicle is the art of slip streaming. An art form to see how little they need to move out of their lane to pass by you.
Speed limit signs require translations, as no one is adhering to them.
There are the 'haves' and ' have nots'. Those that HAVE cylinders and those that HAVE NOT. We are in the 'have nots' ...
... Conads 6.). Best Wine : " tutti rossa"... All reds... 7.). Best Tunnel : 4.5 km between Sienna and the Adriatic coast 8.) Best sites in Rome: always will be the Colosseum and the Forum but on this trip, I love the Piazza Novana and just all the sites along the streets when we are wandering. Best way to spend time is to sit in a sidewalk cafe and watch the people. 9.). Best Gelato : the shop in the ...
... happily taking them away towards their home. Having seen them before reaching the garden, I was wondering what kind of fruit shop woud be ridden in what seemed a less walked area of the city.
But, our trip must go on and so we prepared for the voyage. But, of course, not before having a coffee with mom and… a gelato!! Life couldn’t be sweeter or more bitter – depends on your preference.
Now on to France!!!
... does not pay the fine, which by now is much larger because you didn't pay the fine in a timely manner. You will pay $75 dollars for each ticket 2 months later to find out you are a fugitive in Italy. The best plan is to avoid all future tickets and hope the statute of limitations runs out before you get caught by the Carabinieri.
The Carabinieri: I have rarely seen the Carabinieri stop anyone. If there is a wreck, or sometimes ...
March 29th Breezy and I flew into Rome and met Jess at the train station. Jess led us to the our hostel, Friends hostel, where we dropped off our belongings so we could start "romeing" around. We went to the Altare della Patria, a monument that holds the tomb of an unknown soldier. We saw great views of the Colosseum and went to the Trevi Fountain in day light and at night. My first Italian meal included lasagna and bread! The next morning we woke up and went ...