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TravelPod Member ReviewsMartina House Rome
Great place to stay, behind via Veneto, two squares from USA embassy, good furniture, nice building. You must arrive before 9 pm.
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... else around. Most of the houses had German Shepherd dog warning pictures on the fences or an intercom security system to the side of big chunky gates. I think the restaurant was actually someones front yard but there were a few people there laughing and eating, it was laid back to say the least. One waiter could speak a little English but just kept barking at us, "listen, listen". Well that would be OK if what he was saying ...
This artifact is important to the history of Rome because it represents a culture of people who interacted and traded with Romans. It also represents a people group that was conquered by the Romans. The Etruscans were a group of people that live in northern Italy. The area where the Etruscans lived is now known as Tuscany. The Etruscans did a lot of trading with the Greeks and the Romans. The Etruscans ...
... looked for a statue of a cat at Via della Gata (supposedly there is one), but no dice. We had the best gelato of the trip so far: a scoop of lavender and white peach and a scoop of Rosemary Honey Lemon. We almost didn't bother to get dinner. We were just going to return to try something else. We enjoyed lots of interesting moments including watching a bride and group emerge from one of the ancient churches only to be pelted quite aggressively with rice. The two of ...
... experiences cannot out-weigh (no matter what some may think) the greater and more frequent experience of God's blessings, which we all have received too many to ever count or consciously appreciate.
Regarding the less than desirable experiences we endure in this life, I find that we make more out of them than we should. It appears to be a common tendency to inflate the devastation of one's tribulations in life. Exaggeration of ...
... of those unique cities that around every corner a new surprise, the change from modern (anything from 100-300 years old to 'old' ( from 1000BC to 5-6,700 years old was outstanding - but the HUMANS around..... Like it was Mecca during whatever their main festival is. But, we crashed through the door exhausted at around 10pm, and had crossed off about 10% of the long list we (read I - Liz is not very "cultural" here you all know!), had earmarked to see......some 'snaps' from ...