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Lihei stayed here on Nov 21, 2012 during their trip titled: European 'Honeymoon'.
... Lizzie, pulling into Rome on a bus and seeing the city for the first time at night with it's dazzling lights and packed streets. The streets were particularly packed due to a strike going on in the public transit system; it took us what felt like an hour just to circle around the train station. Once we finally got off the bus we bought a map and began to wander the streets in search of our hostel. Returning to Italy felt like coming home--the winding streets, a foreign language that ...
... felt almost deserted due to the European soccer finals between Spain and Italy. They actually had huge TV screens put up in the circus maximus for the crowds to watch together and I think that is where all the locals of the city were. We stopped by the Trevie fountain where I threw in a coin so I would come back to Rome someday!!!!
It was a wonderful day filled with amazing sights, wonderful food and of course the love of my life! We miss you all! xoxo
... Francisco, LA. I’ve driven in
Honduras and Cayman (they drive on
the left side), heck I even drove from Colorado all the way to Cabo San Lucas with my buddy
Jim, how bad could it possibly be?
I soon discovered it would be easier to defuse a
nuclear bomb, blind folded, with my fingers taped together riding down the
Colorado River in a raft, then driving your way around Rome. Here in the good old USA on every street ...
... down, I mean like cats & dogs & buckets and any other rain analogy you can think of with thunder and lightning like whoa. Just then (perfect timing) Liz's umbrella shaft snapped and broke away from the actual nylon part. It was barely usable. Waste of 5 Euros from earlier. She refused to take mine (had to make sure I specified this) and continued to use it by just holding the nylon part above her head. As we were heading out we were looking ...