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TravelPod Member ReviewsObelus B&B Rome
Walk to metro station - easy access to city center and Vatican. Such great owners/managers. Room was clean and breakfast was wonderful. I would stay here again :)
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... go by before literally running to baggage claim to hurtle myself into his arms. Well all good things can’t go as smoothly as in the movies, so with some Luftansa/Air Canada mix ups and well a small miscommunication on where we were meeting it was no 'Love Actually’ airport moment, but when we finally found each other all that didn’t matter we were together!
With that we gathered all our bags and made it to the train to ride into town where our ...
Today we were going around and exploring Rome on a hop-on-hop-off bus. We ate breakfast at our hotel but it was very simple and they didn't have much variety. It wasn't too bad though and after we ate we wandered out to the streets of Rome and found a bus stop. We hopped on a bus and took in Rome. When we did get off it was the colosseum which was gigantic. It was so incredible and it was lucky we had already bought our tickets so we could skip ...
... our place we headed upwards and just kept walking up…...
Along the way we came across some vistas which no doubt would improve as the day warmed up and burnt off Rome’s 'sleep’ from the night before. The same was the case when we got up to the Hill. Rome was still covered in a foggy haze.
Headed over to St Peter’s before meandering back to Trastevere and stumbled onto the ...
... we managed to understand most of what he was saying.
Our B&B is lovely and very central. We dumped our bags on arrival and headed out for a walk. We visited the local Despar, whcih is a small supermarket, to purchase water and a few supplies. It was a rather small but well stocked supermarket, with a section down marble stairs (first time I've been in a supermarket with marble stairs!).
We dropped the shopping back to our accommodation, and even though bed ...
... flight home.
Although at first I was worried that I wasn't going to love Rome as much as everywhere else in Italy we had been, it did grow on me. Over the past 5 days we have covered two thousand years of history, ticked off dozens of bucket lists items, drunk ridiculous amounts of Aperol spritz, birra and vino, devoured the most amazing Roman specialties, marvelled over monuments, shopped till we dropped, ate and drank ...