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... attention to safety and hygiene requirements. This turned San Lorenzo into an area for the city's poorest residents. During the Second World War, San Lorenzo was one of the most heavily bombed areas of the city, as the Allies targeted the Railway Station and several steel factories in the area. [A drastic form of slum clearance.] While there was some post-war reconstruction, that didn't really get going until the end of the 1960s. Being next to ...
... by there legs, women carrying baby's in slings across there backs or in front of them. Old men sitting in the shade, the men in Morocco congregate in large numbers in the cafés to talk and drink tea and coffee. We are taken to a Italian Restaurant which turned out to be pretty good, it was run by Italians. Four of the girls that are on tour ( including yours truly.) have organised a car to pick us up at the restaurant and take us to ...
... and fewer people on the roads. It has been nice to have a bit more space to wander around.
On the whole, we have enjoyed Rome immensely and it is a city that we would very much like to come back to another time. The feeling of history permeates all parts of the city and every corner you go around reveals another amazing building, ruin or item of historical significance.
This is really the end of our 'trip' as we are flying off to Sardinia tomorrow for a ...
... s for sure. Off we went....found the famous fountain.....full of people....lots of couples...lotsa kissing going on...apparently its a luck thing.
Off we went...one Piazza after another....time to head to the hotel.....holy ****...we walked a long ways it seemed. Google maps to the rescue.......no way could have found the place again. We was done for the day by the time we found the hotel.
Hmmm it would seem this cloud had a gold ...
... that interesting anyway (!!!) so we decided to leave the tour at that point. I was also getting hungry and we were both hot as the day had been very warm indeed. We walked to the metro station, mercifully just around the corner!!!- and caught the metro back to our B&B. We decided to go straight to dinner, eating at a bistro just two doors down from our accommodation. Daniele, one of the owners had said not to bother eating here, but after his somewhat dire recommendation for ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAriana B&B Rome
Hostel termini tren istasyonuna ve metroya cok yakon merkezi bir yerde bulunuyor.
Odaları cok temiz ve ideal
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