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... hand over my camera bag. I must have looked like a complete weirdo but it kept the potential thieves away.
We found our hotel after what felt like hours of map reading. It was probably only 20 minutes. Instantly we were taken aback by something we had read about in guidebooks but didn't possibly believe could be true. In Rome, you can step out wherever you desire into the street and traffic will screech to a halt allowing you ...
... a cappuccino because it would only be a three minute detour--one minute to walk in, one minute to drink them, and one minute to walk back. He said he's been driving cabs for 45 years in Rome and that we were his first drive of the day. We thought he was kidding about the coffee until he pulled over at a little shop around the corner from our hotel. It was one we had walked by several times but never stopped in and now I wish we had. He bought us all ...
... staked out the Square having found out that we would have to pass that way to get to our bus. But “Where is Ted?” became the mantra for our group for the rest of our journey.
As we approached the bus area Donnatella warned us to be wary of pick pockets who frequent the area. Sure enough, as we milled about waiting to board the bus, I was approached by a woman who held one corner of a large, thin shawl in her right hand and had her left ...
... br> ove it's arms around because of the rolls. Anyway once inside we first
went to the Musical Museum part and found this big copper bowl thing
with two handles filled with water. When you wet your hands and rub the
handles you can make some really cool sounds and the vibrations cause
the water inside the bowl to bubble and spray. It was really unusual and
pretty cool, especially for Lauren, the group muso! Once we got to
David I was actually quite impressed. It ...
... Action Flick Duo" with my favorite cousin, Aaron Kai, who actually studied martial arts and made drawings and paintings of Master Lee a staple of his amazing works. Kai and I were able to develop a friendship while I was living in New York and then he and I shared an apartment ("da barracks") in Los Angeles when he finally relocated out west. Even though I didn't have a lot of extended family with whom to create a wealth ...