Running away from the arm of the law, scattering about.
I remember when I was around 10 years old, still living in Poland and reading about this place with my Grandma. Always dreamt about coming here to see the Coloseum in person. It's much smaller than I imagined, pretty amazing nonetheless.
Sadly no time to roam around here. Travelling is work, time constraints and deadlines!!!!!
If we didn't have a Railpass, we be scruuuuuuewed.
This bad boy has power reclining seats and power sunshades, ahhhh the simple things that impress me. We only got free cofee and a biscuit that, no shit…looked like a tiny turd.
We got a bottle of Italian Lemonchello, we can't sleep.
Just had a quick consultation with some Brits regarding the “above ass tatoos”. The proper term in London is “Tramp Stamp”. There you have it. I’m getting a surfing tatoo to show people that I’m “outdoorsy” and “athletic”.
Hotel entertainment. A 12 inch CRT TV with a picture so fuzzy that you can’t tell if you’re watching football or soccer. The pot smokers (Netherlands) just killed the baguettes (French) 4-1. I believe this is the highest scoring game so far in the series.
Absolutely stunning. The narrow alleyways, random tunnels and
countless bridges. We spend about 7 hours a day just hiking around.
No cars here, no bicycles, not even a skateboard. Everything from
public transportation, taxis, and the movement of goods travels
through the narrow canals. Cruising through them on a barge is
something out of a storybook. The food is awesome too. It's very
clean and very friendly here, I will miss this place.
So stoked to have been able to watch a couple EuroCup games here,
including an Italian one….the whole town comes alive. I can't
believe I would be able to do anything like this ever in my life.
Off to Rome on the Eurostar tomorrow, early morning, very early. I'll
be walking through the Coloseum tomorrow, holy damn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Everything is between 2 and 4 Euros.
The green windows is our bedroom. Only $100 a night, a steal.
Every coffieeshop and restaurant is full of screaming folk watching
the game. Very cool atmosphere.
Pat your fellow passengers hands in comfort. DO NOT PRAY.
Of Pijjie the pigeon who has lost his life here after a lengthy battle
I have nothing more to add.
And make ordinary people feel bad about themselves.
Just off to Venice on the Eurostar, first class of course, we're not
animals. Just hung out in their private lounge, away from the tourists
and the riff raff of the train station. Included dinner and drinks are
arriving shortly, they better have today's New York Times.
Only 3 Euros to ride anywhere you want in Milan, includes trollies too.
And we got some mozarella smothered anchovy pizza for dessert. It was great and really cheap.
You’re travelling on a trolley or a bus and you see the drivers wave to eachother as they pass by.