Tuesday Travels: Rome’s Public Drinking Fountain

Something watery for wet September. That is our theme for Tuesday Travels so expect a lot of wet and wildness lol!

A holiday to any European country is expensive. If you are bound for Italy, you can save by not buying a bottled drinking water when visiting Rome and Milan. Countless tourists have confirmed there is no ill-effects if you are worried about safety.

A typical drinking fountain in Rome.

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8 Responses to Tuesday Travels: Rome’s Public Drinking Fountain

  1. they said so… well, might as well bring an empty one to be refilled.. lol…

    dropping by for TT.. hope you can visit mine back 🙂

  2. Marites says:

    am wary of drinking public fountains but if they are really many people drinking from it..what the heck, might as well do as the Romans do.

  3. Pinx says:

    well, as they say, when in Rome, be a Roman… and yeah, i agree with mommy Vernz, might as well bring a 1-liter bottle… hahahaha! that’s cool… was here for TT. hope to see you in TT entry too!

  4. Arlene says:

    Did you drink Sis?

    Nice photo! Great for the theme.

  5. genny says:

    nice shot! would love to drink that water if given the chance. visiting from TT.:-)

  6. Jessica says:

    How come you are not drinking Sis :-). I do not drinking fountain too. As the saying goes, do what the Romans do, visiting from TT, hope you can visit me back too

  7. Tsang says:

    Great entry sis, you look good with that picture parang hindi halata nakikiinom hehehe. love the photography

  8. gagay says:

    cool entry..

    here’s my Tuesday Travels entry, by the way.. hope you could lend some time to visit..have a great week ahead!

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