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Rome: Emergency Numbers, Transportation Tips, and the Kitchen Sink Only A Bag – An Italian Travel Podcast

Hello all, and welcome to our "Kitchen Sink" episode for Rome. There were so many little things we wanted to mention in the last few podcasts that either didn't fit, or we weren't factually sure on. So we added them into one large podcast. A "just in case" type of thing. Some of it is also updates to prices or practices as we've experienced them We also have a website! www.onlyabag.com. We will post the blog version of podcasts here as well as any and all other information we think is interesting. At least if it relates to Italy. And we have an instagram! https://www.instagram.com/only_a_bag/ Or, if you want to find it yourself, @only_a_bag.  We hope you enjoy this episode! As always, if you have any questions, please let us know! Nathaniel and Darcy, Thanks for listening. ————————————————————————————————————— Things we said we'd mention in the description: Piazza Del Popolo fountains: There are four fountains in the center and two on the edges. None of these are potable. There is another fountain near the street entrance that is potable. Emergecy Numbers: 112 – General Europe Emergency Number 113 – Italy specific Emergency Number 115 – Firefighters and Search and Rescue 118 – Medical Emergency Number ATAC Cards: Kids under 10 ride free. Tickets lengths are  100 minutes (€1.50), 24 Hours (€7), 48 Hours (€12.50), 72 Hours(€18), and 1 week (€24) General Updates: Gelato = More Expensive Air Conditioning = Less Common  — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onlyabag/support
  1. Rome: Emergency Numbers, Transportation Tips, and the Kitchen Sink
  2. Exploring the Used Clothing Markets in Rome
  3. How to find the best gelato and our favorite gelaterie in Rome
  4. Coffee and Drink culture in Rome
  5. How to eat at a restaurant in Rome
  6. [Street]Food – Food Markets – Buying Groceries in Rome
  7. Getting to Rome/Getting around Rome
  8. Rome: An Introduction
  9. Traveling with a Partner: Is it worth it?
  10. Traveling Alone: Best decision you've ever made or a pit of loneliness?
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