Der Amerikanische Urlauber

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Me and my Alfa... I was courteous enough to actually not touch this person's car, because I knew I wouldn't want any stranger touching MY car Posted by Hello


  • At 12:25 AM, June 10, 2005, Blogger Psi-Lord said…

    Oh, so you did get to wear shorts there, eh? ;)

  • At 1:01 AM, June 10, 2005, Blogger Joe said…

    Yes, I did, but especially because I noticed in Cinque Terre there were lots of Italians themselves, including our guides, who wore shorts.

    That, and let's face it, when you're walking around with 38 other Americans, you're not blending in whatsoever, so why not be comfortable. ;)

    I saved my blending in time for Rome. I wore pants the day I went to the Vatican. I seemed to fool people a bit that day, with the sunglasses, black Pumas, jeans, and telefonino... I actually was approached a few times by people asking me stuff in Italian that day. 8)

  • At 2:47 AM, June 10, 2005, Blogger Sweety said…

    Great picture!

  • At 4:26 AM, June 10, 2005, Blogger Syl said…

    Wow Great car! Good of you not to touch it. In fact, why touch it when you can steal the car??? ;-)
    I wonder if Italians ALL have great cars. Our cars over here look like crap next to this!!!

  • At 2:47 AM, June 11, 2005, Blogger Joe said…

    I was surprised by the large number of new cars I saw throughout Italy. Only in the small, poorer towns did they have a majority of older cars. In Rome, all I saw were newer cars, no older really than 1999 or so, I'd say.

    I loved seeing all the European models we don't get over here. I also saw the weirdest and ugliest car yet, which was a Fiat. I need to do some research to find the name though.

  • At 11:24 AM, June 11, 2005, Blogger Psi-Lord said…

    Now I'm curious about the Fiat you saw! =D


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