Jumble Spoiler – 05/28/19

Image result for the pantheon

Visual Description:  Shop???  How ’bout a nice trattoria, or ristorante?  Shop, my a . . !


Clue/Question:  They didn’t have a specific agenda while visiting Italy’s capital, so they could – – –

Image result for eating at a Roman trattoria

Answer:  ROAM ROME

(Other than the ruins, and historic sites, and beautiful landscapes and scenery, the thing I remember most about Italy, and Rome in particular, is . . . THE FOOD!  It was absolutely fabulous.  No matter where we went, we never had a bad meal, or snack.  I think it must be a federal law, or something, over there.

Just last month, Hoyt was saying how a friend of his ran some program, and decided that they were running out of unused five and six letter words, that could be used for the Jumble.  You certainly wouldn’t know that from the last couple of weeks.  We’ve been getting new words left and right.  Today we’re seeing another one in “simmer”.  Our good friend, ralis95, is going to have to update his world famous clue word database once again!  Hoyt has also been on a hot streak with new jumbles, as they are all new today again.  The answer letter layout was a decent eight letter jumble, but it didn’t really take a genius, or geography geek, to get today’s answer.

Great cartoon of tourists outside the Pantheon!  When I was in Rome, in April of 1990, there was still a lot of scaffolding up, because they were hosting the World Cup that year.  It took away from the experience a little, but it was still a great trip.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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1 Response to “Jumble Spoiler – 05/28/19”

  1. 1 Ken M May 28, 2019 at 5:52 pm

    After spending the day ROAMing ROME the
    visitors were tired and hot from SIMMERing
    in the sun. They had a fun time and we’re even given some BANNERs that showed different sights. There was still much too see/do tomorrow. They were looking forward to it*

    After having an early dinner at a terrific Restaurant, they were given a surprise: An
    OFFER for some free tickets to the great OPERA “La Traviata” – Giuseppe Verdi {Known in some parts of the world as “The Fallen Woman” Joy abounds amongst them^!

    A little History/Trivia; OPERA was born in Italy
    during the 1600 Century…

    PS Are not you sooo excited now????¿¿¿¿
    “Farewell to ????”

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