5.29.2013

Roma, Part 3: When the Moon Hits Your Eye

One of the best things about Rome? The night is always young. Sonja and I took advantage of this. As soon as the sky turned to twilight and Sonja and I finished our naps after a hard day of conquering, it was time to head out...

Courtyard of our B&B. Livin' in the citayyyyy! 


First stop, Gelato...ALWAYS GELATO FIRST. Then drinks! 
Prosecco in Italy is an absolute must! Ordered at a chill cocktail bar, named Cafe Friends...
Oh, and we made a few "friends..."


Ahem. 

And at night, the sites are EVEN BETTER! 



Before leaving for Italy, I went to an Italian restaurant where the owners were Italian. I gleefully told them I was visiting their home country, to which the man replied, "Make sure you try the wine, the food...and the men!" 

Done, done and done. 

11 comments:

  1. yah rome!!!!! love that place :)

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  2. Ha! Your new Italian "friends" look very...friendly.

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    1. Because they are very...italian. Whoops, is that a stereotype? Well it's one that's been tested and is true ;)

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  3. Now I'll have that song in my head all day. ;)

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  4. haha! Guess you saw italy the way it was meant to be seen, done, done and done.

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  5. Subject: Italian men vs. English men. Go.

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    1. HA. Well depends on what you want. In all seriousness, Italian men are quite open and express their emotions freely, but are also quite aggressive. English men are more closed off, but are gentlemen.

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  6. Bahahah. I get so skittish around aggressive men (re: your comment above.)
    Glad you were able to sample food, wine, and men!

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