I have just returned from a trip to Italy...Especially Rome has left me with a bad taste in my mouth...I spend a day totally by myself, enjoying the city at my onw pace. While walking around in the circus maximus (probably with a map in my hand) a very handsome stranger (well dressed!) asked me the time. Before I even realised we started talking (he had an aunt living in Belgium, he know even the city ect.). He told me he was as student and was prepared to give me some more info about the city. He showed me a nice spot where we could sit together.We had a nice chitchat and than he asked me to have an 'aperitif' together. He would go and buy a bottle for us. Okay I admit at this time alarmbells where going off in my head but I ignored them.Before he left he said we would share the bill.He came back, we drank to glasses and than he told me he would bring me buy motorbike to the cashmachine as I did not have money on me. I refused and he got annoyed. Finally we went by foot to the bankmachine and it turned out to be JUST AROUND THE CORNER (a million alarmbells went off!)Before we got there he offered me to bring me to the place I wanted to go by his bike. Luckily my common sense still worked a tiny little bit and I refused again. Finally I paid 16 euro for the 2 glasses from this stupid spumante bottle. Untill now I cannot understand how he got me so far. The only explanation I have is that he did everything step by step and that he was VERY MUCH experienced, almost psychopatic. I kept believing people can not be so bad....I always like to talk with native people about there country and never had bad experiences untill now. So this is a warning to all women and girls: NEVER EVER trust a well-dress goodlooking, friendly, helping guy in Rome. I don't mind about the 16 euro I lost...but I don't want to think what had happened when I had actually jumped onto the back of his bike...I am happy I returned home in all pieces, I hope you will as well!