Al Centro Storico Di Roma
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... and Chris got calamari. I really don't know why as it was just grilled so the flavor would have been quite strong and he doesn't like fish or calamari too fishy. So we ended up swapping. His really wasn't that nice but I ate it anyway, atleast I could stomach it, he hated it. 50 odd euros later and really not worth it, we went home. On the train journey home we had some little kids begging for money from a cup they took from their mothers pram which the mother ...
... for us. Our bathroom is a nice size with a toilet, bidet, sink, and a hower with a half shower door. It took Lin and I five minutes in the bathroom to figure out how to flush the toilet. They should put up a sign! Before we went to bed, we got online - free wifi!- and planned our following day (today!). It was during tht time, i also realized I made rookie traveler mistake number one: I forgot my camera charger! This has caused me ...
... sobre cuidados que deveríamos ter com as ciganas, batedores de carteiras e principalmente, com italianos vestidos de lutadores romanos que tiram fotos com turistas e depois imploram por 5euros.
Enfim, mais uma vez: Bem vindo à Itália!
Já em Roma pegamos o Max num ponto de encontro onde estavam outros tantos guias italianos.
Que programação de alocação de recursos!
Nossa 1a parada foi no Coliseu.
Max nos conduziu para visitarmos ...
... Water Dog puppy. You’ll love him mom!
I haven’t written this in a while but here are a few things that I can remember from the last week and a half….
Last Monday, my Art History class met at the bus stop outside the Coliseum. Just as I got off the bus, I heard a very loud noise and looked to my left. Not surprisingly, a large white van decided not to stop and drilled a small grey Fiat car. My head turn was ...
... exhibition included some of his own personal collection of sketches, his own sketches and paintings and works by his friend Paul Gaughin.
I think Neil loved the free entertainment from our balcony, watching crazy italians make all kinds of mad maneouvres on the road. Just running the gauntlet, crossing the roads was a bit of excitement....will we reach the other side in one peice?
On our ...