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When in Rome do as the Romans do...???
I have used this expression often myself but... I think I refrain from using it from now on. Having been in Rome now for two days I had to deal with and observed others dealing with people at several different levels. I won't be doing as the Romans do as I would turn into a rude unhelpful person. Perhaps it is the harsh sounding language, I don’t know but this lot is not all that friendly towards ...
... of this small family run establishment! It was an amazing, cheap, and a wonderful way to spend our first hour in Rome! David said it was his favorite meal. We made it into our wonderful rooms and our host gave us a tremendous explanation of the city, where to go, eat and when/how to get tickets to various attractions. The rest of the day we took a walking tour he recommended stopping at many sights that were free! It was a lot of walking, but we saw a lot and enjoyed ...
... to have a very simple day and make final preparations for the trip home on Thursday. I will probably walk the kilometre or so to the hotel complex shopping centre to have a little look around and get some fruit for lunch. Posh hotels charge ridiculous amounts of money for plain food. It makes me cross to pay $10au for a half glass of orange juice when I can buy a bottle for $5au, so the walk, my stomach and my sense of fair price will be met. It seems as though it is going to be quite hot ...
... late lunch together and agreed to meet yesterday. Unfortunately, even though I left 1 hour before we were due to meet, I ended up being 25 minutes late, being as my internal directional compass is impaired! We were going to the Coleseum and I actually got off at Colesao Metro Station to begin my journey to meet her. Maybe in retrospect we should have met there! We have each other's emails and I am hopeful we will catch up again!
So after ...
... basket and were brought up by wolves...Rome is named after Romulus who apparently founded the city......he became the first King of Rome in 753BC...after he killed his brother, nice guy, huh?
The walk up the river is stunning. You can walk right next to the river either side or above the river...either side! There are the most beautiful bridges adorned with statues all the way up the river. Between the Roman Forum and the Vatican, ...