All paths lead to Rome

The old saying is true! I'm going to Rome with my family tomorrow and we will stay there for eight glorious days! I really need to spend more time with them and less with computers, so it feels good with a break. No blogging, only carrying (extremely heavy) luggage around (and seeing and doing amazing things, of course :-)). I'll be writing my next post in the beginning of June, don't know any exact date. I recommend that you subscribe to my RSS feed to find out when I'm back in the saddle. While I'm away, I recommend browsing through my categories to find something that interests you. Some of my more popular posts, and the ones I feel most content with, are:

 

And if you're not in the mood for reading about web developing, take a look in the Travel/Fun category.

 

Since I'm very interested in languages, please write a comment with how to say "All paths lead to Rome" in your language!
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17 Comments

  • Dejan says:

    Svi putevi vode u Rim

  • Tommy Olsson says:

    Alla vägar bär till Rom. :)

  • Anne says:

    Alle wegen leiden naar Rome.

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Dejan, Anne,

    Thank you (or should I say 'hvala' to Dejan and 'bedankt' to Anne?)!

    Tommy,

    I was just wondering who would be the clever one to write it in Swedish! :-)

  • Martin S. says:

    Have a really nice trip, Robert! :D

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Martin,

    Thank you!

  • erikd says:

    That´s nice, have a good time.

    I myself will be going to Rome in 3 weeks. It would be nice if you could recommend a few thing I just can´t miss when I´m there :)

  • Jewel says:

    Popeth y ffordd fynd i Rome (Cymraeg/Welsh..just. Dw i 'n dysgu -learning!)

    Hope you had a good trip, Robert. I have been ill with bronchitis for a while, hence my late reply. :-(

    Looking forward to the pics on your return.

  • Robert Nyman says:

    erikd,

    I promise to have something useful up before you leave! :-)

    Jewel,

    That was unexpected, but nonetheless interesting! :-)

    I had a great trip, and a small web site about it will be up shortly.

    I hope you're feeling better now!

  • Dejan says:

    Hey, Robert, welcome back! You can now post one of those famous airport postings everyone likes to write while sitting and waiting for a flight :) You brought your laptop with you on a trip, right? ….. What? What? Flight was on schedule? You better have some damn good photos then!

    Anyway… welcome back :) And do not even try to convince me they removed those giant heads from Rome too….

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Ha ha ha! Thank you! :-D

    I was just trying to sneak around for a while with being back! I just came home earlier today.

    There will be a small web site soon about the trip, just give me a little time. And when that's done, I'll catch my breath, and then back to blogging again. :-)

  • Всички пътища водят към Рим.

    : – )

    And if you wonder how this should be pronounced (approx., at least), in my language… errr… let me try…

    'Vsitchki 'putishta 'vodyat kam 'Rim

    : )))

    Nice site, will come back for sure!

    Note: Language is Bulgarian, country is Bulgaria, city is Sofia ;-)

  • BTW, Rome is a very beautiful city, I have visited it in November 2004 (on business), and liked it a lot! And don't miss the local wines, too (although they tend to be a it expensive…) : – )))

  • ("a bit expensive", sorry – wasn't any PREVIEW button…)

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Mikhail,

    Thanks for your visit and comments, and especially for how to say it in Bulgarian!

    And yes, Rome is an amazing city!

    As soon as I'm done with the Rome trip web site, I'll get back to blogging. :-)

  • Yes, Rome is a beautiful city…

    Pity that I can't visit it that often ;-)

    You'll be back to blogging? Sounds nice… I myself cannot find the time to start my OWN blog… just work and work and work and work :-(((

    Maybe some day ;-) I hope so…

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Mikhail,

    Yes, Rome is really nice!

    If I'm back to bloggin? Man, I must've written 100 posts after the Rome trip! :-)

    Good luck with starting a blog! It's a lot of work but also a lot of fun! :-)

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