Sono innocente. Voglio parlare al mio avvocato.
Your quart baggie that you can put your lotions and potions in?? Get a travel size shampoo bottle, dump the shampoo, rinse well, and fill it with your favorite adult liquor, and put in your baggie..then you can make your own drink on the plane...had a travelling businessman show me that one during a long layover :) Check the rules but I think international flight only allow ONE carryon..and your purse counts..Also put an empty water bottle in your carryon so you don't have to buy expensive water at the airport..just fill it up at a water fountain once you get past security.And when I was in Rome a couple years back, batteries were VERY expensive...an international charger for your camera is well worth the price..If you are planning on using a credit card during your trip call the company and let them know you are travelling when and where..that way your card doesn't get turned off because the company thinks its stolen when charges start showing up from EUROPE instead of Hometown USA..don't ask me how I know that..Have fun.. Sara
Malta is extremely expensive! At the time I was earning Sterling and the exchange rate was ruinous. I'm not sure if it's the same now, but I'd keep an eye on that. I was a student at the time and it ruined me! Malta is lovely and was 100% worth it.
If you don't have a place to stay yet in Roma, contact the Dorothean convent directly across the street from the North American College. I've stayed there 3 times & the rates for a private bed & bath are <50 euros/dy. Just walk down under the Jubilee Tunnel & turn right & you're at St Peters. Turn left & you have your pick of great restaurants with cheap prices bc its not the tourist section.
I would preface Mariella's suggestion with some form of address, Such as, "Hey che cazzo! Sono innocente. Voglio parlare al mio avvocato!" And say it like you mean it. Maybe use your hands to add drama.
Terry, great suggestion!
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