I am ashamed to say that Romans are not known for being hard workers….they tend to prioritize their free time more than their work hours. If this implies that the level of service in Rome is not always top notched, on the positive side it also means tourists can join Romans in the abundance of relaxing activities and have loads of fun. During the day, you’ll notice a huge amount of locals strolling around, chatting with friends, having drinks. Either they have a late work shift and are extending their lunch break or just thought that they needed a break to recharge their batteries. And at night you’ll be surprised to see how late and how many people will go out even during the week. That’s Rome: heaven for tourists, hell for the working staff! Just go with the flow, and you’ll enjoy yourself 🙂
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