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... It's very sneaky and mischievous, reminding me of an important life lesson little innocent seven year old Steve got from Dad one cold winter morning. "Steve, **** *****es, get money. Do it while you can, which wont be for long if your face keeps growing ugly." Kinder words never spoken.
Tonight is the birth of our new metaphor "doing the laundry". Leon tells us he needs to go put a load of washing on mid-sentence and leaves, he doesn't return for about forty ...
... filling the square listening to the Pope's outside address. Being not one for crowds, I am glad I didn't go because that looked very claustraphobic to me, even though the sky was overhead!
The sky was beautiful and blue and I was raring to be outdoors. I chose Trastevere, a medieval part of Rome, just outside the city walls as it would have been back then. Part of the walls remain today around city to fortify it ...
... but I wasn't really interested in any of the shopping. Which is very unusual for me. Lots of shops were quite small and in terms of fashion nothing really stood out. We wandered down a side street to look at some stalls. Some people were selling these gorgeous water colour paintings. I really want one but not sure if they are real and hand done. We kept walking along and found some cute delicatessens ...
... that of those unfortunate enough to be in the way}! Generously, I decided not to hold GG to it as eventually my guess was right.
A little anecdote from yesterday, when lunching at a nice little pizzeria, when the nice lady with the very low cut blouse asked if we were English we said proudly, "No! We're Australiano!" the nice lady said, "Oh, I don't speak Australian!" (GG said she had a big smile on her face - I think, I may have been looking elsewhere)
... about choosing the correct form of transportation in order to navigate the sites effectively. The final strategy was to avoid the tours. Getting stuck behind or in the middle of a tour group is the best way to **** away time. So, with my plan set, we took off on foot to the train station for a 55 minute ride into Rome from the port of Civitavecchia.
There have been several times on the trip that I have felt like and even pretended to be on ...