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... and we order a bottle of Prosecco and a bottle of Chianti ... let the fun begin. The restaurant busker makes his way to our table and asks if we have a special request. Gabriel asks for Arriverdeci Roma but unfortunately he isn't familiar with the words so Michael asks him how long has he been in Rome and he responds 18 years. He is from Equador so Michael asks him to play for us his favourite Equadorian song. It's lively, Latin and perfect. We give him €5 and ...
... change. In America, I can't remember the last time I've seen someone looking for exact change. It's a crazy idea to me, especially when all the tourists get the highest denominations of bills from the ATM! I can't imagine what would have happened if I gave the man a 50 for a 12 euro fee. He may have had a heart attack! But the lesson I've learned is use the higher bills at retail places, and only use the coins if there is an angry Italian not wanting to give me change! ...
... cream to keep us going. At last we spied the Pantheon; just down a little alley, pop out into the Piazza della Rotonda, and there it is. One of the most fantastic things about Rome is how the city has just evolved and modernised around some of these ancient buildings. The Pantheon is almost 2,000 years old, has remained in constant use throughout its history and stands preserved in the middle of a modern city. Amazing. We are only here for a few days, so keep on ...
... fair share of lightening. But luck must have been on our side because it never rained too much and for the most part the clouds moved away from the area. After the forum, we decided to just walk around town for a little while. This didn't lead to many things but we did see a very large group of **** hawkers running away from the cops, so apparently that's a legal profession. We got some more gelato, saw a government building ...
... stopping to look at the Basilica De La Guarde and lunching ...