My family and my sister's family and my Mom (5 Adults, 4 kids
ages 7-12) will be travelling to Rome this summer. My mom is 80 years old but very healthy, Cantonese speaking only. Our kids
are American born Chinese but can understand and speak some Cantonese. I want all of us to be able to understand and appreciate the culture and history fully.
Does anyone know of any source/links to find a local
private tour guide that's bilingual in Cantonese/English? Are there local chinese newspaper there in Rome that may have such ads? We certainly can do translation for her, but just want to see if it's a possibilty that she can hear it first hand
Any information is appreciated, thanks!
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Bilingual English/Chinese speaking private tour guide in Rome?