Travel Blogs from Rome
... What do you mean not acceptable.. Apparently they will not accept certified copies, it must be an original. Which I don't have, not even at home in Australia. I never needed it, my solicitor has it, and he made numerous certified copies that I used for everything in Australia. Apparently the Australian Consulate in Italy does not follow the same rules..devastating..what to do now ? We only two days to get a real copy opt the wedding would be off, all that ...
The trevi fountain was one of my favorites. People were jammed in, each trying to toss their coin in and capture a photo. I tossed in two pennies, I hope the fountain isn't prejudice against American coins.
My second favorite was the gelato. First off let me just say that Italians are incredibly friendly and seem to appreciate us trying to speak their language (unlike in other countries where they get frustrated). He recommended ...
... added them to the stock) but horrible for cutting basil (I even looked online to see how to do this but I just didn't have the tools…!). The original recipe had ground beef added but I left that out, which probably makes a big difference too!
1-6 oz. can of tomato paste
6 oz. water
1-24 oz. jar tomato puree
5-6 cloves garlic, minced
2 tbsp. granulated sugar
... admiring Angels and all the panoply of heaven- was in rapture, my earthly body was very much in the timid throes of purgatory, with all the hushed voices of a thousand tourists in all the tongues of babel whispering upwards towards an unseeing God. Glorious.
Rome is a splendor and a home to splendors, and after fours days I've still much to do, but the traveler part of me is beginning to remind me that all roads that lead to Rome, ipso facto, also lead away.
... move. All I wanted was a massage and hot shower. Angels said she had never seen so many good looking men in one place! We dined al fresco on handmade ravioli filled with spinach and cheeses, and delicious saltimbaca. We dragged my aching body out of bed for a morning at the Vatican Museum and the Sistine chapel. Still no suitcase but we dragged the rest to the train station for a rather exhausting time explaining our ticket issue. Thank goodness for the helpful polizia who ...