Bed & Breakfast Angolo Romano
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I woke up to another free pasta night then Rushme and I went and grabbed some gelato from the great little place around the corner. She had to move hostels to a place nearby and even though it was close it took us about an hour in the dark to find it so after we finally did, I treated myself to three flavours of gelato but the icecream man let me one extra plus whipped cream on top. Mint, chocolate, tiramisu and hazelnut... ...
... arrived just as the sun was setting. We found our hotel (Relais Giulia--a new one for us) after the cab had to make a couple of pass-bys before we found it. It is in a new part of town for us (closer to the River and south of Piazza Navona). After settling in we took a walk and met our friends at Piazza Navona and made our way to Restaurant Costanza for a delicious meal.
The next day was our relics, skulls and tombs tour. We decided to scope out a ...
... night porter was at the desk and his English was not so flash. In fairness, it was better than my Italian. But it did make for an interesting orientation to our hotel.
We got sorted at the desk and then headed for our room on the 3rd floor.
We got in the lift with our luggage but there was only a button for the 1st floor.
We went up to see if we had to change elevators but couldn't find one, so ...
... I'm charmed that some staff appreciate my attempts at mangling Italian and understand when to speed things up so just come right back in English - we must pronounce in a very specific way "I would like a gliss" Anyway these arancini from just round the confer are very fine. They were trying to serve an American family before me, what fillings they asked "Mint & tomato and pays" they said. I translated the Sicilian ...
... who it was. However, I had another chance to see him during the Wednesday papal audience. Somehow our school had gotten the red tickets instead of the general audience tickets (this meant that we had the chance to be front row in St. Peter's Square as Pope Francis processed around and gave his address. So, the majority of us decide to catch the first metro at 5:30, which meant waking up at 4:30. Some of the students woke up even earlier to catch taxis to St. Peter's. ...