Gentes B and B
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 8364;4, and if you ask Julie navigating the ticket machine required an MBA! A bell boy helped us with our bags and we were impressed with the hotel that had a roof top terrace overlooking Rome and a bar to assist with our thirst. The first cocktail didn't hit the sides, but the second was much appreciated. We chatted to a mother and daughter from Argentina. Jules bonded with them especially as she was a criminal lawyer. It was through ...
... pizza at the neighborhood pizzeria. It was like a scene from Saturday night live...cheeseburger cheeseburger but instead replace with Italian fare. Really fun to be in a local place...great for people watching and trying out a few Italian words. The pizza and beer wasn't bad either. ...
... sidewalks and crazy drivers! We thought Marseille drivers were bad but Rome is worse! We thought we were going to be run over more than once and quickly learnt to go out of our way to cross at pedestrian lights – they don’t seem to respect zebra crossings in Rome!
We had a good find though which cheered us up – a restaurant next door to our apartment block where we had an excellent meal! It’s ...
... tours - so had to break into song of happy birthday a few times as a way of saying the police were watching us. We then had a surprise trip to a gelato store with 150 flavours, so that made it a total of 7 scoops of gelato for me for the day. We also learnt how to cross the pedestrian crossings in Italy - you walk in a pack and just keep looking straight ahead. It's the only way you'll make it to the other side. So a long day was had today, will be back in the city again ...
... in it. Then to the Panthenon and the streets around it, and the Piazza Navona and surrounding area. We stopped at a Carrefour supermarket that was like another rabbit warren, only one room wide but snaking back for miles, and got some lunch. Then to the Vatican. Everyone complained about the prospect of queuing in the hot sun to get into St Peter's, but despite many people queue jumping it only took 45 min to get to the security gates. ...