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Today hasn't been crazy exciting (though I have yet to go out to the clubs later tonight!), but I can already feel myself settling into my neighborhood and other parts of Rome. This morning my house and I went back to the same cafe at the end of our block, where they recognized us and we chatted a bit (in verrrryy broken english/italian). I can see friendships blossoming already! They're interested in seeing how much Italian we pick ...
... would have walked off all the calories we ate today though! Although we saw a lot today, it was a nice relaxing day, just taking things at out own pace, seeing the sites, eating the food and stopping to enjoy the moment! Another 2 full days in Rome before we head to Munich. Hope you are all well. Gracia mate (Sorry about the long post, tonight apart from the first night is he only night we have had wifi in the room, making updating the blog more frequently a little hard!) ...
... not be rebooked". Knowing how disappointed that Tom & Jamie would be, I took the liberty of pleading my case. I told them how we had saved for years so that we could make our pilgramage to Rome. I ended the email with a lot of bless you, bless you's and the like and low and behold we got re-instated. Again, another case of the squeeky wheel.
It would be difficult to get a handle on the number of people that were in the square ...
... weren't quite sure what to make of her - we have so many photos of them looking up at Lucia, wide-eyed and looking quite scared. She won them over in the end with her stories of how the Romans wiped their bums with a sponge on a stick and how the streets of Pompeii were awash with "poopy and wee wees" hence the stepping stones everywhere. Poo stories win them over every time! Anyway we loved Lucia and she loved Pompeii because she really was a mine of ...