B&B Roma Ottaviano
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... at a place called Alice, again on Corso Vittorio Emanuele 2 close to Via del Corso. Expectations weren't high, but we ended up having some of the most delicious foccacio I've ever tasted. The best part was that it only cost 3 euros per person, making it the best value meal I've had since I left Florence! We're definitely planning to go back there for another meal. We had some great gelato on the way back to metro Flamenio, and as far as food ...
... monks, some shaped into lanterns. Lonely Planet needs to update its publications from 2012 as the guide suggested free admission to the 17th century church. It would seem that it has evolved into a museum about the history of the order and now with an entry fee costing more than some of the great museums and historical sites of the world. Again, a case of Catholic commercialism at its best.
We had stopped for lunch earlier at the first place we came upon. ...
... so we had some of those which were all so good (and we weren't surprised). Walking out of the pantheon was a bride and groom who were there to take pictures - what a beautiful place to do so.
After a lot of walking, we got dinner at a restaurant on the street and at pizza outside. Another thing that I have noticed not only in Italy, but a lot of the European countries, is that service isn't as fast as it is in America when it comes to eating out. The ...
We ate lunch at a Pizzeria near the hotel. We are now in the hotel lobby waiting for the bus driver to pick us up for the catacomb tour. The catacombs were fascinating. They were just outside the Uffuzi wall. The Uffuzi wall is a rock wall that surrounded Ancient Rome. The tour was led by a priest who lived on the cemetery grounds. It was cold and humid in the catacombs, it was about 50-60 degrees F. All tombs viewed on the tour were empty ...
... There is a chapel in a third story room commemorating the place where he passed. After Fossanova, we made our way to the Castle of Saint Thomas. Due to the small road leading to the top of the mountain, we were dropped off at the town at the bottom and had to climb up. The walk was only about 45 minutes, and it was highly rewarding. We were able to get some incredible views of the Italian countryside, and some of it was even covered in fog. The Castle of Saint Thomas is ...