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... in the moment.
SO. The moment. I’m wearing my linen pants, and sitting in the lobby lounge of Hotel Ponte Sisto, the hotel across the street from my apartment. My hat is obv with me, and resting on my leather weekender packed at my feet while I wait for that sweet Italian guy to pick me up and take me to Tuscany for the weekend. I’ve been jotting down details of anyone I think will ...
... ricotta pasta. It was ok. Italy really hasn’t been meeting our expectations of food. We got a piece of cake and shared it for Ruby’s birthday. She is getting a watch for her 18th when she finds one she likes. Rome is too busy for me. I certainly couldn’t live here. Busiest city we’ve been to so far, I think. Anyway, happy birthday to my girl! Growing up so fast...
Denice & Ruby
... back to the states) and a croissant. We then take a 2 different buses and a metro to get to our camping site to check in and drop off our book bags. After checking all those things off the to do list that morning we were headed to find these buses that took us around Rome. Unfortunately we find out, that there was a special event happening in the Vatican City that some of our passes didn't work and Sarah's mom spent lots of money on to get us these. I tried keeping ...
They don't know it but all those people enjoying the sunshine today have me to thank for it. Yep—I went to the Pantheon hoping to see through the oculus the rain and thunderstorms that were predicted. Nothing. I took a nice walk around the area, ready to make a beeline at the slightest drop of rain. It’s supposed to be sunny, partly sunny, or partly cloudy for the next 3 days, my last days before leaving for Florence. I’ll take it!
I started ...
... 8221;) and despite the warnings, as our Itlaian, is limited we continued on… There are points/incidents throughout our trip where James and I both break into the chorus from the National Lampoons European Vacation, like when we drove all the way to the South of France and the waterslides were shut, likening it to the scene which included the amusement park “Wally’s World” being closed. As we were driving through a narrow Roman street, filled ...