A Casa di Serena a San Pietro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Casa di Serena a San Pietro Rome
If you want to stay somewhere quiet, but close to the metro and St Peters, this is the place. Beautiful place, great hosts. Felt like home.
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... train station. Via Cavour ends at the Colosseum which is about a 20 minute walk and passes right by the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica. The hotel is very comfortable and has a great rooftop bar and restaurant. From the very top you can watch the sun setting beside the Vatican.
We got to the hotel by 10:00 AM so had the whole day to explore on our own. Ellen, Glenn, Maija and I walked down the Via Cavour and found a great shop for purses. We girls got at ...
... making a hairpin turn around a mountain! Jack was having a bit of trouble with the heights and he somehow always got on the wrong side if the car. We really were enjoying it. Miguele let us stop and take pictures and gave us all the fun facts of the region which I no longer remember because I was concentrating on the roads. Anyway I will let the pictures tell the tale. After a day of travels we had a great dinner at Vino Vero. Happy Birthday ...
... ended at about 4, and we got up for our flight to Barcelona at 7:45. So here I sit, on a plane set for a country where I at least know a little bit of the language. I am in pain. I have sunglasses that I am seriously considering wearing right now. Why is everything brighter a day after drinking? I definitely mean that literally, not figuratively. PS, the flight is only half full. I have a whole row. It is the most personal space I have had in two weeks. ...
... night while getting lost for a fair few hours. For most getting lost in the most jaw dropping city in the world wouldn’t be a problem and I guess it wouldn’t have been for Simone at any other time of the month ;) Dummy’s, toys and anything else she could find were thrown out the pram as we made a big circle round the city on more than one occasion! One way of solving this problem…… TAXI.
After not realising how far we were from Nice we set off ...
After feeling so relaxed leaving the Marche region, we arrived to the hustle and bustle of Rome! Full of so many tourists!
The first night, we were picked up and taken around the city by Giorgio (another rellie!).He was an excellent tour guide! He showed us many attractions - including the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps.
The next morning we did a tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. We ...