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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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... I wasn't expecting. But the tour that afternoon was absolutely fantastic! We saw the Coliseum, Capitoline Hill, Piazza Navona, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, and other little places along the way. Our tour guide was wonderful and she also gave us recommendations for restaurants, foods to try, and gelato places. After the tour we walked around some more by some of the shopping streets and then found a nice little restaurant near where we were staying. I had fish pizza, which ...
... time here, on the other 2 occasions I threw a coin in the fountain which legend has it, if you do, you will return to Rome. So looks like I will not be returning, Caleb seems a bit upset about that. We then moved onto the Spanish Steps, also busy with renovations. We walked all the way up. We sat on the steps for a while to take in the awe of the place and tried to explain to the kids where we are. Also, Caleb broke some very sad news to ...
... place. It was emotional for me, the Roman Forum was unexplainable, it is just so much history! I felt privileged to be standing there. I was just in awe of it all...I stepped on original ROMAN COBBLE STONE...we walked on the road where they walked 2000 years ago. It was great! Palatine Hill was just breathtaking. I learned about Cypress trees and how important they are to Italy. I learned so much that my mind is tired. Yes...my mind is tired. We got back ...
We left our little red Fiat 500L with 1250 km on the odometer. When we picked it up it only had 24 km on it. It was a brand new car and we were its first owners.
We headed out into the streets of Roma. Doug wanted to try the Metro/public transportation. I must say it is very confusing. They say there are only two lines underground, but when you get down there that is just not the case (doug side note – there actually are only 2 ...