Aelius B&B by Roma Inn
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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!
... pretty cool plazas, saw the pantheon, the coliseum from afar, saw the most famous plaza in Rome and had a quick bite to eat. For me anyways, it seems you see the most, when you aren't trying to see anything at all.
That night we had an early dinner and all had Pasta, of course, with a nice bottle of red wine. We We decided we didn't want to go out that night because we were still tired and wanted to have our energy for the next day. We went to a small store ...
... and sauce were delicious! In addition, we had a buffet of 30 regional appetizers, beef in a white wine thyme sauce and amaretto parfaits for dessert - and, of course, vino flowing freely!
I sported my Happy Birthday ribbon and received many good wishes and a beautiful rendition of the birthday song from the Olivia ladies! This was truly a memorable celebration of the 19th anniversary of my 39th ...
... While we were at the Spanish steps, a street urchin armed with 2 handfuls of roses thrust several on Dorothy. Dorothy refused, then he tried to guilt trip me. Him: take these flowers! Pretty flowers for your pretty girl! Me: she doesn't need flowers, she knows she's pretty enough, don't encourage her! Him: no take it, take it, it's a gift . It's free! Me: there's no free lunch! Him: your pretty girlfriend needs pretty roses in Rome Me: ...
... tours and packages. For 28 euro we get entry into the coliseum with a guide and a guided tour of near by Palestine hill and an over view of the Roman forum. Sounded pretty good and plus it meant we avoided the horrendous line that there was to enter the coliseum. Or guide started telling us all the history behind it and what not. We had a stupid German family complaining the whole time because they only had a couple of hours and needed the tour to go faster, seriously ...