Monday, April 19, 2010

iTour Stage 2: Italy-> Bari

It's only a 2 hour flight to Rome from Istanbul, but it felt like it was forEveR. Maybe it was the strange loading process in Istanbul, enter the aiport: pass your stuff - all of it, through an x-ray and walk through a metal detector. Then check in, go through passport control, then get to your gate, where you wait in line to go through x-ray/ metal detectors again. Then wait to get onto the plane.

In Rome, we went through security again before changing planes.

However, it was all made up for by the meal we had last night. Right down the street from our fine hotel is a little cafe that Sean, Michael, Cisco and I decided was close and cheap enough for our dinner. Carpaccio with arugula and parmesan for me, followed by cavatelli with crushed cherry tomato, arugula and spicy ricotta grated on top... yeah, we'll do fine here.

We head to the theater soon ... I forget if this is the one we performed in back in 2003.

Nice view of an old building across the street out my 2nd floor window:

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