Rome, October 14 – As the season comes to a close and the curtain falls on the 2016-17 season, a few things will have been discussed during the pre-season and post-season: where will I live?
Will I still work?
Will the city get its first Olympic Games in over 30 years?
And, if so, when?
There were no answers to any of these questions during the 2017-18 pre- and post season, but with that in mind, the most interesting question to me during the first half of the season was this: will I still be living in Rome?
I spent last year in the city and, after having lived here for several years, I was ready to return to a city that has a history that goes back to the Renaissance, and is full of great traditions.
This is not a city to take for granted, but, like many others who were born here, I wanted to experience the city for myself.
I’ll start off with the positives: the people are so much better than they were before.
The culture has improved significantly, which is why people still speak Italian.
This has given the city a great aura and is something that makes it easy to find people.
As a new resident, I can see the difference from when I was living in New York.
In the beginning, the people were rude and rude people who didn’t understand what I was saying, but once they realized how nice Rome was, they started treating me like a real person.
The city has a great vibe, so I hope that will continue.
I’ll also say that the people, like the city, are very tolerant and have a sense of humor.
The only thing I can complain about is the traffic, which, I suppose, is what makes me feel sad.
I’m looking forward to enjoying my time in Rome and making a new life for myself in this beautiful city.