Thursday, October 20, 2016

Rome day 33

A 37 day imaginary travelogue of a trip to Rome (with a few scattered other places such as New York). This is written to match the journey I am actually taking, and so each post is concurrent with the more or less actual day my wife and I are experiencing in Rome.

What day number are we on?: 33

Level of writer's drunkenness (in real life, scale of 1-10): one

What am I eating (in real life again)?: It's almost time for brunch! We have eggs and sausages once a week. Today is that day! Let me just wrap up this post, day 33, and then I'll be back to finish up this project in the afternoon. Of course for you everything is just, tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. I hope you don't mind.

Map or picture?:
Image result for painting of new york okeefe

Any other notes/Status: Watch out, this will be a short one. But I feel it will be in the proper spirit and isn't just because I want to eat.

Today's Entry:

We left Rome today. By trick of fleeing the sun we arrive in New York on the same day. But this hardly seems sufficient and you must be kept abreast of developments. Here is what we really did:

A taxi took us to the Rome airport.
We flew to Milan!
From Milan we flew to New York.
We took two buses and a train into the city, the upper east side.
We ate burgers.
We got our apartment from our apartment renter.
We went to sleep.

And that is where I am writing you from. My dreams. We left Rome. Today I have nothing more to say.


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