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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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Today was filled with mystery, wonder, and history! I've thought about what it would be like to visit Vatican City since I was a little girl. The experience exceeded my expectations! We started today with a quick breakfast and speedy can ride to Caffe Vaticano, which is across the street from the entrance to Musei Vaticano. We sipped a couple steaming cappuccinos under the awning as we waited ...
... on for dear life it would have been more amazing. Karen was pointing at things, and I was watching the bus that was fighting our minivan for the right to go first. Think I was on the wrong side of the van! The driver was telling us stuff in Italian so we had to just try and translate as best we could, but he got frustrated and ended up pulling up behind a bus and pointing at words!
We made it to our accommodation and guess what? It was across the road ...
... watching, and had a very good first meal at Caffeterria Tudini (pictures included). To our suprise they offered a gluten free noodle so we took them up on it, as good as ours at home.
We have had no problem with the language, many people speak some variance of english and we are working on our Italian. Between the two we are getting by.
... s dinner which was really good: an appetizer of carrots & celery with a Greek dip made of sour cream, yogurt, cucumber and spices, followed by a full on Thanksgiving spread -- brined turkey cooked to perfection, green beans with minced ginger & garlic, sweet potatoes (not easily found in Italy), stuffing with chestnuts, angel biscuits (called that ...
... am working with my department head in creating some really cool staff development sessions for the Social Studies department. Couple all that with my doctoral work commitments results in my free time in the Citta Eterna to be very limited! But I am not complaining at all and am loving every minute of it. It is what I came here to do. When I talk to my friends in America, they think that I am hanging out at the Colosseum all day eating pizza and gelato and that is not the case ...