The city of Rome is frequently said to be beautiful, mostly by tourists who are enamored by the ancient ruins, the baroque churches and facades, and the narrow, windy, cobble-stone streets.
Rome is a beautiful city (at least in parts) and you never quite know what you're going to see when you turn a corner. Such was my experience today when I joined a seminarian for lunch. As we made our way to what claims to be "the only lasagnaria in the world," we saw this most curious of sights:
No, your eyes do not deceive you. That is a dog being pushed in a baby stroller. Stranger yet, the dog seemed quite at ease.