Aelius B&B by Roma Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Great service, good view
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Tired! Good spa :) Ate at a cafe on the corner and walked for ages looking for a sim :( From 26 hours travelling-train-Rome-hotel- sim/dinner- spa- bed!
... all we really enjoyed our time in Rome, it was such a treat to see the history that this famous capital city has to offer and with a little luck we managed to avoid most of the terrible tourist traps that also dominate the city’s reputation. While it may not be at the top of our list of places to rush back to, we’re sure we will return at some point, if only to grab a carafe of wine and some carbonara at a little trattoria.
Next up is the infamous city of Naples! Until Next Time…David & ...
... restaurants waiting that long in the US?!). Our food was great! The house wine was cheep and delicious and we ordered their famous grilled artichoke appetizer, of course pasta for our first course and split an order of amazing meatballs. We finally caught up on sleep last night and slept until ten this morning. Craving a good breakfast, we found an American style breakfast place and had omelets and a whole cup of coffee (hard to find over here). Bakery ...
... gardens and a fountain in the middle shaped like a goblet. After walking around for what felt like forever we stopped to have our first taste of gelato. It was delicious. While we were walking around I noticed that their are not a lot of rules on driving in Rome. Lots of cars parked anywhere they wanted to and I didn't noticed any driving signs. We then finished our day with finally returning to our hotel to rest! Rome is different from anything I have experienced ...
... under the armpit of a solid, 6' 3" bloke who was unimpressed and saying so. I caught some language not heard since High School days in multicultural Melbourne on the soccer pitch, but she carried on regardless - and scored a seat from someone more helpful (so nyaaah, you big shifty!). We then readied ourselves for the next train, and while less full it had a touch of Perth about it...40 people around the doors in an unwelcome group hug. Blow this, I charged through to make ...