So my wife and I are vacationing in Rome for the next week. We just landed, wandered the town, and then checked into the hotel. So far, its basically as grimy as Chicago, but with more history, smells less, has more cigarette smoke, does about as much jaywalking as Chicago, and people are either really awesome or completely bored with you. So far, we're loving it down here. It seems less crowded than it looked in, say, Roman Holiday, but just as beautiful to look at. I'm passively scanning everything (as any good Parkour traceur would), and holy shit, I found so many places to do flows. Every one of them would get me deported, but it would be worth it. And the architecture here is friggin' hardcore. I don't think any of this stuff would break if I were to do flows on any of it. Also, once the pedestrian traffic sets in, the small sidewalks do get kind of packed. I figure Europeans founded Parkour in order to avoid sidewalk traffic. Anyone else been to Rome? Any places/ristorantes I should check out? BTW, I'm more of a sightseer than anything else. I like to absorb culture by looking at architecture, listening to language, and just exploring the area. But my personal favorite thing to do while traveling? Eating local stuff. All the local stuff. All, Of. It. So, suggestions?