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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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... Jim and Sandi, Elizabeth and Dan (from Montreal) and Maija for dinner in the dining room. What a great meal! I had a Thai Spring roll, wild mushroom soup, jerk chicken with rice and creme brulee. It was all delicious. Paul had the Shrimp Louis appetizer and the most wonderful prime rib. I don't know how they cook all this so perfectly! Then it was early to bed at 9:30... barely thinking by ...
... you message into italian. The 1st and 3rd easy, the 2nd not so. 40 minutes after running around Messina I was directed to a copy shop that sold 'printer cards'. So in desperation (after failed attempts of charade-ing a 'thank you card') I sang "tantia gutti a te" (happy birthday to you) to the store man who finally understood and led me out of the store and walked 2 blocks to a tiny store that had what I was after!! One last delicious lunch (homemade basil pesto pasta and ...
Our trip to Rome from Pisa was short, and we made it there in good time on Monday afternoon. Once we found our hostel, which was a convenient five minute walk from the station, we checked into our rooms and got settled in. We hopped over to the grocery store, grabbed some groceries and made ourselves a gourmet meal of pasta (surprise) and frozen veggies! After we ate our supper, we went for a two hour walk through Rome and passed by a few monuments ...
Checking the weather forecast does no good at all. Today was supposed to be a partly cloudy day, rain tomorrow, and mostly sunny on Wednesday—about as good as a 3-day stretch (for my Roma Pass) as I could hope for in October. All of that has since changed.
I got to the Roman Forum by about 9:00 AM and went right in at the entrance on Via di Fori Imperali—it took me maybe 30 minutes to walk from the apartment. The skies were cloudy but with some ...
... is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Built of concrete and stone it is the largest amphitheatre in the world. Construction began under the emperor Vespasian in 70 AD, and was completed in 80 AD under his successor and heir Titus. Further modifications ...