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... of snacks that they offered to us to share. Dan and I packed so many snacks that we were too full eat any of it though. We got a bit frustrated with the conductor though since he would come every 2 hours, turn on the lights to check our tickets. Apparently he was not supposed to do that (only one ticket check needs to be done).
The Rome central station is massive. There is underground shopping, underground metro, newspaper stands, cell phones stations, etc. I went ...
... couple of those pictures as
The cow was from Nuremberg and it begged to be added to the
blog. So I also included that picture. I never could figure out the
significance of this cow. The store it stood in front of provided no clues
I hope that you enjoy these specific pictures as we had,
taking them and then adding them to the blog. (Kind of like the door knockers,
which can be found included in the Greek blog from 2010).
... breads etc. This restaurant is Italian inspired and the menu for normal meals looked pretty good, and not overly expensive (like I had read). The flavours of the dishes were amazing (what I would expect from this calibre of chef) and I imagine the normal menu is even better. We pretty much stuffed ourselves full…I can’t even choose what was my favourite. I loved the house made antipasti – zucchini with red peppercorns, roasted mushrooms, eggplant, ...
... on forever. Very strange. The man who designed it made it quite non specific on purpose so that each person would take something different away from it. Apparently it is quite controversial as they have made it only a memorial to the Jews (memorials to the homosexuals and others targeted by the Nazis do exist but are smaller and less well known). Some people say that the memorial has given the Jews the biggest memorial based on the fact that they were targeted the ...
... I) and so I tried to find someone with a 5 Euro note because I only had a 20. By the time I found someone to change a 20 for 2 10's Stefan was already heading off to a restaurant for lunch so I didn't bother chasing him. I thought that was incredibly rude for him to refuse any donation, particularly when they advertise it as a free tour and they mention that they are happy to accept whatever tip you can afford. I mean to be honest, "beggars can't be choosers". So in any case, ...