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How To Disappear in Rome: A Mystery Scavenger Hunt Paperback – 1 Mar 2017
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About the Author
The son of Cuban parents of Spanish, British, Portuguese, and Italian descent, Pablo Proenza was born in Gainesville, Florida; spent his childhood in San Jose, Costa Rica; enjoyed his teens in Rome, Italy; and currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Pablo is a storyteller and a filmmaker who writes, directs, and edits narrative and documentary films. He has worked with Terrence Malick, Lucy Walker, and Michael Moore. This is his first book, which he has been meaning to write ever since he lived in Rome.
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It's a totally unique and fresh way to experience a city. Instead of following a guidebook and getting lost and frustrated, you take a guided tour of sorts, never knowing what incredible, famous monument is just around the corner. The book encourages you to fall into the city in a way a guidebook never would. Ditch the typical tourist stuff and see Rome in a brand new way.
I took a copy with me on a recent trip. My group and I had an unforgettable day. I'd been to Rome once before and loved learning more about the city while we solved puzzle after puzzle at each stop. They loved rounding corners to find unexpected sights like the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon. It was so much more exciting for them than seeking out sights on our own. It made getting lost fun and gave us a tour unique to our group with time for pasta and cocktails along the way.
I highly recommend this book to anyone living in or visiting the Eternal City!
As Proenza suggests at the end, I left it on a bus for another traveler to enjoy and trust it made their day. :)