Rome wasn’t built in a day, but I had 1 day to see it and I think I did ok.
I started early after arriving the day before from my adventures in Sardinia and the WRC, I managed to walk almost 15km in about 8 hours.
Still searching for the puzzle pieces of Rome.
We all know the SMART car, this is smart parking, I love it.
My only day in Rome and the mercury topped 35’C, great timing as a walked past this icey drink stand, Grattachecca is the name of a popular cold dessert which originated in Rome, commonly sold in kiosks and bars.
Selfie on the river Tiber that is Italy’s largest river.
What a great idea, with so many cyclists in Rome and in Europe, stairs are what I would imagine cyclists try to avoid, this novel idea creates a ramp of sorts so taking your bike up and down stairs becomes less of a chore.
I asked him if I could take his photo, he blankly stared at me then looked away, I guess that means yes?
When in Rome, do as the Romans do, ‘hold on let me take a selfie’ 🙂
Who would have thought I would have some of the best Japanese anywhere near the Airport in Rome, so good on my last night.
Sunset on the long flight home, it was an amazing adventure and as I write this its less than 10 days till I jet off again to France, Germany and Spain for another 7 weeks, I cannot wait.