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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbsolute B&B Rome
A very tidy spot and so handy to the tourist traps. Easy to keep clean and a stones throw from a dozen cafe's, restaurants, bars and the colosseum
Enjoying it so far.
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The easiest and quickest customs clearance I could have ever expected. I don't think he would have even opened my passport if he didn't have to stamp it.
The Drive from the airport was an eye opener! Cab drivers the world over are special. They look at the road differently. Add a big dose of Italian & a lot of already …
... told us it takes Romans years to perfect the ability not to go by the rules, hence jaywalking, parking on crosswalks, driving on the wrong side of the road etc.
The most incredible part of Rome is that they are all living in buildings that are anything from 50 to 500 or 2000 years old, and even more. Every single building has a history longer than anything in Australia . The residents just treat them like any apartment. Yet in Australia we would have them ...
... shop but to no avail. We did however visit a Gelateria which was most exciting. Everyone had one, in lieu of taking the bus in, and they talked for the rest of the day about what flavours they would try tomorrow. Anna will need a cup rather than a cone though! We visited a couple of churches which was another favourite from last time. They look quite austere from the outside and in some cases you'd have to look twice to even notice there was ...
... br> We hung around the apartment for a while this morning – some catch up on reading, taking diary notes, photo loading, and hopefully the Blog!
Lynda had decided on a lunch venue! It was a place she’d seen on one of our walks near the Trevi, a picture perfect setting that she’d spied from a side street… walked off towards… collected a card… promised to return! It was named ‘L’Arcano and it ...
... around and ended up at the Piazza Napoleone, where you can look down into the Popolo neighborhood below and out to St. Peter’s in the distance.
To get down to Piazza del Popolo, I had to walk down the equivalent of all of the Spanish Steps that I’d gone up! This Piazza is huge—bigger than Piazza Navona, I think. It’s mostly pedestrian only so it feels like such a big open space. It was 11:00 AM and the bells went ...