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... seen it happen on our previous train ride).
A couple of hours into the train ride we had arrived in Rome. Our ticket said the Roma Termini, however the station they announced was a different Roma station. We didn’t know what to do because there are no train company employees anywhere and the few people on the train were very Italian and not really willing to lend a hand with the info. We knew it was a fast train and upon boarding ...
... occasions I can only think it was him. I was feeling a little cornered. It was very funny though, and very strange. I wondered if I was on one of those programs where they have a hidden camera and at some stage someone was going to jump out and say “stooge… got you!!!”
I have found the people in Rome the friendliest and even the locals are really open and warm. More so than any where else I have been which is a ...
... allow many so I'll do the best I can.
(Alright enough already with the frufy Italian proverbs...everybody strap in to channel your inner archeological geek as we descend into the depths of centuries past! As a warm-up, let's begin with something simple from Monty Python.."No one expects the Inquisition"...ah...er...except, that is, everyone in this building we're underneath...whew, awkward! Let's return to the tour...) ...
We spent the rest of the afternoon walking to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Borghese Gardens. Dinner was forgettable, actually lamentable, but strengthened our resolve to find a better meal tomorrow night.
The final couple to join the Italian rendezvous was Jenny & James, seasoned travellers who arrived at the apartment at 8.30pm, after a long flight from Sydney. A small celebratory drink and we turned ...
I have moved to Rome.
I have moved to Rome to become fluent in the Italian language.
I have shot myself in the foot.
The first impression that entered my consciousness as I made my first sojourn through the streets of the " centro storico " was the overwhelming presence of tourists. They occupy every last inch of habitable space. It brought to mind the biblical plagues of locust ...