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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky House Rome
The place is okay although the kitchen does not have much facilities. The room is okay but a bit noisy. It is very near the Centrale station.
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The weather was not good and we were extremely tired. We went to Colosseo and Palatine Hill and then we went back to the B&B.
... churches there's no admission as such but a donation is expected. Realised we'd been had when we were asked to "pay" on the way out. Venturing towards home in pursuit of yet another 'Romes best gelateria' we ended up in a rather formal district dotted with MPs with semi automatics. We worked out there were embassies and defence headquarters and a realm of other official headquarters in the area. This area led to the residence of the president, an immense palace ...
... before we went out that night.
That night we went to a restaurant recommended to us by someone Dom knew. It was an absolutely amazing place to go. Although it was a little chilly we sat outside to enjoy the streets while we ate. In a big window in the middle of the restaurant we could watch an older lady make our pasta right before it was cooked. It was absolutely amazing. It was probably the best pasta I have ever had in my life. As full as I was after it, ...
... of the Villa Borghese - beautiful area. Then wandered down to the Pantheon - a huge domed Roman building, simply amazing. Finished the day by checking out some of the sewer history of Rome. There is a structure called the Mouth of Truth next to the Basilica di Santa Maria in Cosmedin - very popular with tourists who put their hands in the mouth and pose for photos. It is actually an ...
... a flourishing commercial center inhabited by upwards of 100,000 people, whose apartment buildings, taverns, and grocery shops are still intact.(From Italy Online)
Fortunately the silting of the river has helped preserve the ruins.
On the way we saw from the train Mussolini's vision of future Italy, dedicated to poets, navigators, etc. etc. - a stylish "Square Coliseum" built for the World's Fair in 1942, which never took place. ...