A Casa di Serena a San Pietro
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... guy and sprinted off down the bumpy street it took about 15 minutes to get to the Metro and we had to wait what felt like an hour for the train then we finally made it to our stop and rushed to the train station and jumped on our train with about a minute to spare. Our train was really fast and its top speed was 285 kmph. We finally arrived in Rome after a 3 hour train trip. Rome was a lot nicer than Naples and more civilized. WE made our ...
... where we took in the craziness of tourists then made our way to the Trevi fountain only to see that is was closed for maintenance, but you could still throw a coin into a temporary fountain they had there. We lunched at the Hard rock cafe, and then walked to the Spanish steps before making our way home by foot stopping in at all the shops along the way. These shops were fantastic and they even had the Ferrari shop there too ...
... back tracked a little and definitely lost us time. We arrived at the meeting place at 5:58.. 8 minutes late and no shuttle in sight. Bummer. We were sore, sweaty and exhausted and decided to sit around for a good half hour before deciding our plan of attack to get home. While sitting and resting we noticed the local bus that goes by our hotel pass us a few times. We figured out a plan of attack, found the place that sells bus tickets and hopped on to get home. We finished ...
... for a different perspective. Once we'd absorbed all we could of its crumbling grandeur, we made our way to the exit and back towards the Palatine Hill (which was now closed).
We kept on around the corner to the CIrcus Maxiumus which I'm afraid to say is nowhere near as fun as it sounds! Not even when I tell you that it is an ancient chariot racing track like in Ben Hur - nope, today all that remains is a somewhat unkempt and unremarkable ...
... time we were obviously very pekish so we found a little place to rest our feet and have a bite. We got a great deal - 3 courses and wine for $10 euro! Bargain hunters! And it was delicious. I am loving the pasta! We had a quiet evening at home and had some yummy Italian dinner at the hostel restaurant; in preparation for another big day of exploring ahead. We are going to try and squeeze as many of the other sites into one day as ...