When in Rome… For real this time

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night! It is I, Markus! Although that shouldn’t come as a surprise since I am the only person operating on this blog. I mean, the blog is essentially named after me and it has been run by me and only me for over a year. So you shouldn’t expect anyone else to post here. Wow, that got off track… shit.
Sorry about that, train derailed. The reason I am making this post right now is because I will be going away later this week. Someone of you people might remember that in march of this year I would be going away to Italy but there was a strike at the airport we were going to start our flight from. But now we will finally be get going. We in my class will start our trip/travel on early thursday morning and be home late tuesday evening. That is based on central europen standard time (Sidenote: CEST for those of you who only speak in abbreviations.). The reason I am making this announcement is because of two main reasons.
#1: I thought it couldb e fun to simply mention it.
#2: Since I will be away, you will see no big posts (Sidenote: A.K.A. reviews) coming from this blog over the weekend. If you see anything, it might be something small like a tiny update such as “Hotel Room” or some shit like that.

So yeah, I’ll be going to Rome… for real this time. So that’s gonna be fun (I hope).
Have a good one!

2 thoughts on “When in Rome… For real this time

  1. I hope you had a great trip to the Eternal City, and look forward to your observations. I went there for my 50th birthday (Ouch, 13 years ago!) and it was a place that more than exceeded my expectations.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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