Al Colonnato di San Pietro Bed and Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Al Colonnato di San Pietro Bed and Breakfast Rome
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Arrived to brilliant sunshine and warmth - both in the weather and darling Rosa Maria who virtually trips over herself trying to ensure everything is perfect for one's visit to Rome. So within 20 minutes we had pre-booked tickets for the Vatican museum and Sistine Chapel and are comfy in our tiny sweet room with the best bed in all of Rome with a …
... since her jacket wasn’t super waterproof, and I had to hog one of the umbrellas to keep my camera bag dry.
We got turned away at a couple of entry points because the crowd was too big, so we were eventually funneled around to the "main" entrance to St. Peter’s Square. There was some security, but they only checked about every 10th person’s bag. I think they figured the deluge would pretty much soak ...
... it. Some thirty minutes later I trudged into a small restaurant, dripping wet, and looking like a wet puppy dog. I sat down, took one look at the menu, one look at the waiter, and said, “I’ll have your recommendation”. I took my sweet time enjoying the warm food and fast Wi-Fi. After a while I knew it was my time to leave, for I had come here on a mission.
I hadn’t walked through the freezing rain solely to meander around Old Town ...
... sup> step, it seemed. I finally made it to my hotel, and the first thing I noticed was it had a proper shower. I actually nearly shed a tear. I threw myself on the bed for a while, and just relaxed under the hum of the luxurious air conditioner. Ahh! Later, I took a taxi to a café 'Gusto somewhere in town, where I met up with yet another crewmember from Australia who happened to be in Rome also. We ate a mountain of food, and gulped down a large glass of red wine, and ...
... have the maturity of a school kid. Anyway, that's my little rant about the childish behaviour of some in our tour group, but I must say they are very much in the minority and the rest of us are enjoying the tour and each other's company. Our bus just went into a rendition of happy birthday for Amy, it was quite funny. Anyway, I might finish up now and enjoy the view of the countryside as we drive by for a while. I will return later to tell you about our treasures of Rome by ...