Mr Frills B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of course! Which we didn't understand. We just smiled and nodded as if we did! We were welcomed at the Hotel Golden (just across the street from the bottom end of Borghese Garedens) by Giuseppe and mama... He spent half an hour with us going over the sights on a map of Rome, with plenty of great tips on how to avoid crowds and line ups...and that was even before he showed us our spacious room. Amazing hospitality. After a quick unpacking, freshening up and ...
... The fountain was much to my dismay under restoration so it didn’t contain any water and most of the stonework was covered with scaffolding and tarps. That didn’t stop me from throwing a coin in over my shoulder. We then made our way through the sunset to the Pantheon. While the building was closed for the day the main doors were still open for people to peer in. so after winding my way through the columns I had a brief look at ...
We left rome at 12 and reached florence by 2. Finding our apartment was easy and the host met us at the gate. The apartment has a separate living room, kitchen, bedroom and two bathrooms. We didn't have towels at first but on our way to the store, he was coming up to check on the internet and we asked if there were some. He grabbed them from his ...
... which is also very different. Outside of this church is the Plaza Della Republica which is beautiful. In the middle of two semi circle imposing buildings is a fountain which is stunning. We headed to the colosseum which was absolutely crowded with tourists and most probably all pickpockets!! The colosseum's real name is Flavian Amphitheater and was nicknamed coliseum because of the big statue of emperor Nero which was there before it. It was the place ...
... 2 basketball courts, heaps of gardens, some statues and playgrounds. I checked out the 'ruin' first and to my surprise it was completely overtaken by stray cats. I circled it and spent a very long time watching them. In the end, I counted 29 different cats. At one point, this curry guy approached me and asked me if I knew where good places in Rome were and that he is new to the city and would he mind having some company? I declined telling him that I ...