And just like that, I have booked an apartment in Rome.
It’s less than 60 days until we leave so it’s too late to cancel.
We’re really going.
I don’t know what a dongle is, but we have one in our room for use of the internet.
I suspect we might have one of those backwards faucets that we can’t figure out too, but you know what they say: when in Rome…
There’s a type of Italian wine called Lacrymosa Christi. (Tears of Christ) If you haven’t tried it, try it. Feudi makes my favorite.
I’ll see what I can work out.
Where is it in the city?
It is right here: via della Palombella, 38 – 00187 Roma.
A dongle is probably a device that connects you to the Internet via a cellular network. That’s what it would be in the US anyway. That’s how I connect at home; it’s not high speed but it’s tons better than dialup.
It sounds kind of naughty.