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BEGIN RANT: Travel is an indulgence, perhaps some would say it is ‘more’ than that but it's certainly a privilege. Being exposed- mostly through the internet but some travelers -to people who see travel as something like their life's mission frustrates me a little. Fun, no doubt. Probably no regrets at the end of it all, but is that something you can say you’ve accomplished, or the contribution you’ve made to a society? Maybe can do both, or do one or ...
... with the best of them loving every moment of the music and good cheer. Even people walking past on the street were joining us, clapping along and dancing to Volare sung by the restaurant owner who looked and sounded just like Domenico Modugno.
As more and more wine and grappa was consumed, I joined the singer and her musician for a bit of DDK vocals to "My Girl" and the night was complete! What a lovely way to end the evening and one that will not be soon forgotten by ...
... eventually were shown to our section of grass and dirt. Tent pitched, sleeping bags filled, and eyes closed, we slipped away for several hours.
Our sleep was rudely interrupted by a bitter cold up our backs. The sun, having set, provided no warmth to our small tent. The temperature had dropped to near 0 deg C. Surprisingly, our bags kept us warm on the sides of our bodies that were not pressed against the ground. New to down-sleeping bags, I did ...
... from pastoral settlements on the Palatine Hill built above the area of the future Roman Forum. While some archaeologists argue that Rome was indeed founded in the middle of the 8th century BC (the date of the tradition), ...
... of Rome, but we still decided it was worth the journey to go back into the city. We got off the train around 9:15, and it was pouring down rain to the point that streams were quickly forming in the streets. After haggling and then buying some overpriced rain ponchos, we ventured out into the downpour to find a pizza place that Alex had found with good reviews. We trekked through the storm for at least half an hour before coming upon the restaurant, which it turns out ...
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