Casa Il Rosario
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Il Rosario Rome
Minimal Necessities, No Tv. short Internet time but thats ok. It is a nice place, close to Coloseum and old town, with in walking distance
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After a short rest we went out for dinner which proved to be quite good. We had bruschetta with tomato and basil, lasagna, spaghetti, salad, and roast beef, followed by a bowl of cool fresh fruit. After a nice conversation with our waiter he returned with a bubbly, asti for us and wished us a nice stay in Rome. It was a good meal to end a very good day!
Fino a domani,
Rich & Linda