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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:32 Thu Feb 9
Ive just woken up here so what can I do for the day and night before I can get a train home?

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J.Riddle 8:41 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Do as the Romans

gph 8:39 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
The Colloseum's seen better days.

And I understand animal rights' activists have stopped the feeding of Christians to the lions

iphammer 7:44 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
If you after some good take away food there's a place called Pastifico near to the Spanish Steps the food tastes great and its quite cheap as well. Last year on my last night in Rome one of the locals recommended this place.


Otherwise head up to near where the Colosseum is and theres a few good bars/restaurants there.

Swiss. 4:27 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
find an Irish pub

goose 2:14 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
my favourite city in Europe........... and maybe the world.

BRANDED 2:02 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
I'd just roam around a bit

easthammer 2:00 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Loads to see great city just don't hire a car and drive. Unless you have nerves of steel. If you have a death wish hire a scooter.

Northern Sold 1:54 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Go in the nearest bar... order a peroni... as ask the waiter that you are looking for a Biggus Dickus

Bexley Ironworks 1:49 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
I'd second the Colosseum. An amazing construction.

Bungo 10:50 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Coffee 10:42 Thu Feb 9


Coffee 10:42 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Ace of Spades 10:26 Thu Feb 9

"Follow the signs and where the Americans are walking."


Nurse Ratched 10:33 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
James Purefoy in the nude.

jack flash 10:32 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
What have the Romans ever done for us?

PwoperNaughtyButNot 10:29 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Ok kidknapped might have been strong.

Overly drunk, transported into Rome and checked in and dumped on a bed.

I've woken up with my tickets home, money, passport and phone so I might as well enjoy the day.

I'm just looking for some tips to enjoy an unexpected day in Rome.

Ace of Spades 10:26 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Heres just some of the things you should visit:

Trevi fountains
Piazza Navona - just to people watch.

Just walk around. Follow the signs and where the Americans are walking.

gank 10:20 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
*itches beard*

Yeah 'kidnapped and dumped' in Rome, how does that happen unless the kidnappers all buy tickets as well, and how do you take a kidnap victim out of the country without alerting the authorities?

And most of all, if you woke up in another country, victim to a kidnapping - malicious or 'prank' - manage to work out where in Europe you are, would the first thing you do really b to check in on a West Ham website?

What bollocks. Delete this nonsense.

Nurse Ratched 10:14 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
James Purefoy (the future Mr Ratched) totally nude.

So it's a yes from me.

DiCaniosLefty 9:46 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Not much to see there really....except for maybe some little known places like the Colosseum
or the Forum
or the Pantheon
Trevi Fountain
or eat and some seriously amazing food and wine....

Nah, not much to do.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:45 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Train journey looks long. Is it comfortable?

I'm assuming you ain't getting on no plane fool!

Mr T. 9:44 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
Great city Rome. Will be there myself tomorrow evening. Go and check out the Colosseum (really nice at night) but generally its a great city to just wander around, loads to see.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:40 Thu Feb 9
Re: Rome
I'm pretty certain it looks like Rome. I just had to pay a city tax for Rome when leaving this hotel.

I've got a day to fill and I've never been here before.

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