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... might be politer way if describing it, and had distinctly fewer tourists than other places, but in any event it was a good place to be because we sat at a cafe in a piazza/plaza/square for 1 1/4 hours, on a beer and nuts, gelato, and WIFI. The Wifi was excellent and we caught up on synchronising our photos. About 4pm we continued our walking in the general direction of our hotel but taking in sights that had been marked for us, and we were pleased we did. As said ...
... truly didn’t want to leave our Roman home!
Mum emailed us about a song from the musical 'Nine’ on one of our first days in Rome called "Be Italian", and it seems an appropriate way to sign off this post :)
Be a singer! (Be a singer)
Be a lover! (Be a lover)
Pick the flower now before the chance is past (Before the chance is past)
Be Italian (Be Italian)
You rapscallion! (You rapscallion!)
Live today as if it may become your last!!
It has been three weeks since our last posting! So long! Up until two days ago, we were staying at our friend's house in Budoia. We spent our time there relaxing, biking, trekking and best of all... getting Tanner a real job! Congratulations to the new Communications Manager for Touch the Top, Inc., Mr. Tanner Winslow Lauringson!
But besides that amazing event, we were able to see the beautiful little towns surrounding little Budoia when we went on a 10 mile bike ...
... up on the side of the road from drinking too much. The rowdiest this place got was after a few drinks and dancing at the (very Italian?) Nags Head bar. I can only say that after a decade of clubbing, drinking, messy trips to Ibiza, partying at the notorious full moon parties in Thailand and generally feeling very embarrassed at my actions of the night before I found this the most refreshing and enjoyable atmosphere I had ever been in.
... and that he could pick us up from the train station. Plus, he offered to let use his car so we could make it to beautiful Calcatta, an ancient nearby city situated precariously on a high cliff made of volcanic rock that drops down steeply into a forest. This was the actual destination, a curiously enchanted town that has survived against all geological odds and evacuation, and even has a local "egyptologist" bruja in its midsts.
After a ...