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... off all the hat sellers... By wearing a hat. I tipped my hat to them cheerfully 'ho un cappello!' Then a fairly large thunderstorm set in and I thought that would doubly do for the hat sellers. But no. Lo. When it raineth they become umbrella sellers. God knows where they keep the stock at short ...
Beautiful. If I had to summarize Italy and all of my experiences here, it would be beautiful. Not just visually, but physically, mentally, and spiritually. Visually, every part of Italy has its own regional beauty to it and all of Italy has some kind of special light! I swear, I've never seen such a constant, beautiful glow of light on streets before. I've mentioned before that the flowers everywhere really give a special ambiance. I love Rome because ...
... than anything yesterday, we're getting ahead! We had to wait for about 20 minutes for the tour/escort, so grabbed some mega-donuts from a street van. While looking big and sugary, they also tasted like an archaeological remain that should have remained in its place - not in a human mouth.
Soon a cool looking local bloke with a yellow and blue paddle came along, and the 60 odd crowd followed like sheep. We had to keep that in sight or we would join ...
... of helping them better themselves as people, of course). Just kidding, kind of. Though I told a fair few guys off for thinking it was okay to wear sneakers with a toga. And then the floor got covered in spilled alcohol and ice and people starting falling over, so I stopped talking fellas out of their footwear. I managed to stack it myself during a much too enthused dance-off to 'Apple Bottom Jeans' and ended up with a huge egg on my elbow, though ...
... a Bernini (more on him later), and quite whimsical and fun. Next we headed for the Piazza Navona, which is so fun and has a carnival-like atmosphere. The Fountain of the Four Rivers is stunning! We ate junky street food, which was wonderful, especially a crispy pastry covered with Nutella and some sort of dead pig made into a spicy jerky, which we loved so much we bought more of at a market later. They also sell glasses of wine there for 1 ...