Now I ask you, where else would you find a 3-story Ferrari store, then right in the middle of Rome? It's actually a very interesting place and we toured the entire facility.
For some obscure reason Chris wanted to shop in this store. I put my food down and we opted for a gelato (Roman ice cream). I think I made a very good decision.
Your looking at the back side of the massive Parlamento Building in the city center. In reality, that's not really the case, because if you look closely at the picture - the building is covered by a false front.
In Rome, when a building is undergoing renovations, the contractor covers the old building with a picture of what the new building will look like, complete with drapes in the windows and a centered clock. This is an amazing place!
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon in November, we decided to explore the Eternal City, and it was, as always, an enjoyable journey into the "Land of Oz."
In the middle of Piazza Lorenzo in Lucina, while admiring the entrance of a church, Chris was assaulted by two of the cutest little Romans you've every seen, and they would not let go of her leg. Ah, it's a dog's world!
"And the sign said long-haired freaky people need not apply, so I tucked my hair up under my hat and went in to ask him why. He said you look like a fine upstanding young man, I think you'll do. So I took off my hat and said imagine that, huh, me working for you."
© 1970, Five Man Electric Band
I've never been very good at signs!