Celebrated actor Jude Law, who had spent almost nine months staying in the capital city of Italy, Rome, last year, reveals that he misses the capital city so dearly.
Jude Law, now 43, was actually born in London in the town of Lewisham. However, staying away from his hometown had never made him feel homesick, rather he enjoyed and had a memorable time living in Rome for 9 months.
"I was happy, inspired, I enjoyed every single moment of living in Rome. I was in an apartment close to the Campidoglio, I went running everyday around the Circus Maximus. I saw the city at 5 a.m., with just street cleaners," said Jude.
Jude Law also added that he loved the daily life in the city very much - seeing the regular people and drinking coffee at roadside bars with truck drivers around had made him feel more attached to the city.
"I had coffee in bars with truck drivers. I adored the rhythm of Rome, busy but less agitated than London, cosmopolitan but less anxious than New York. It's easy to visit and every walk is a miracle." Jude added.
"You are walking with someone and at a certain point, here it is the Trevi Fountain, oh my God, that's the Vatican. Amazing. I miss that." He added further.