lol. i think i've been there.
When in Rome... go with a cheap rental.
Ho - It's a scary place.Dr. Sauce - Did you just make that up? That's hilarious!Tanda - Happy to say I made it out of there in one piece.
Mall, ha. Funny American words.
Just checking to see if I can do it, and I can...as for Malls, I've spend 3/4 of my lifetime leisure time in them, and nothing of note has ever happened there, except for seeing a robbery, a naked driver flashing, and my daughter being hit by a car. The driver, who was not the naked one, was in far worse shape than Sarah who was pissed off because she was running after a balloon and it got away from her.
Glod - we'll have to compare our funny British/American words sometime.Lorna - YOU'RE BACK!!!! Hooray! I think I got your comment problem figured out. Welcome back. Regarding your mall comment, I'd hate to see what you call "of note".
Yes we will, I find faucet particulaly interesting.
Laurie - yeah, I made it up. Thought it was pretty corny... so glad you like it!
I was in Rome once and thought I was going to be killed just in the taxi to the hotel. It was the best preparation I could have for eventually living in Israel. I had a related (humorous) post on my own blog about driving in Israel.http://abbagav.blogspot.com/2005/04/top-ten-israeli-driving-tips.htmlNice blogging,AbbaGav
Gavriel - Your link was funny. Israelis drive a lot like Texans.
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