Capricci Romani B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... got covered in smoke and become lost if not forgotten. It's just a shame that we had no sleep and had been dealing with the heat for the last couple of weeks because my body chose this day to finally give up. Nothing like a bout of heat stroke to set you back for a few days. Unfortunately it didn't end there. I loved our stay in Roma but the high temps and my pasty white skin were struggling. I went to the bathroom during dinner because I was feeling dizzy and noticed a heat ...
... and it was packed. It always is. We took some photos and then I made my way to the front and threw Alfio’s coin into the fountain just as he requested.
We left there and found the Spanish Steps. We started at the top and walked the entire stretch of the steps. I feel the steps are pretty underwhelming, but we got a cute photo.
Then we headed back towards our hotel to find somewhere to eat. We found a nice little restaurant 3 blocks from ...
... the young boys who were there loved it whilst their mother questioned her reasoning in coming!!! She was sure her 9 & 11 yr old boys would only remember this from all the things they had done!!
After this we caught the Metro, which was close by, one stop to Republique which was near the restaurant we went to last night (Cotto on via Torino) as we were going there again. The salads were so nice and it was now nearly 6:30. On the train, which was fairly packed, we ...
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