The Home in Rome Kosher Bed and Breakfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... have lunch, get changed into not long pants and cool down in. I had penne puttanesca. The penne tasted like Barilla I'd make at home. I thought that meant Barilla was making it exactly right and I was cooking it correctly or we had been swindled near the Vatican. We used one of the two metro passes we received to get around and/or home to catch to get to the Colosseum. Like last night we were offered a great many selfie-sticks. ...
... walk and we thought it would be fine. Jeff had a sea b************** fish again. But he said it was good. I had tagliatelle with Bolognese – which I would later learn in our cooking class is named incorrectly. It is actually ragu alla Bolognese. Mine was good – it wasn’t fabulous, but it was certainly better than the pasta I had at lunch that was overpriced and reheated. It was enough to call it good for dinner and back to the hotel and bed we ...
... the corner - we were all tired and dehydrated so after a few beers got ready to go out for a roman dinner and bus tour by night. Went to a place called Canova back in the old town area for a set meal of antipasta veggies, pasta with red sauce & spinach and ricotta ravioli, veal saltimbocca with potatoes and salad and a yucky cake dessert. Great little cappuccino to finish but! After dinner had a quick drive around town before home to bed for yet another driving day to ...
... but probably the more enjoyable commitment was meeting up with mum and 2 her sisters in Rome. The girls had decided to do a Trafalgar 12 day tour of Italy and we made it our business to meet them in Rome, the enteral city. This visit was also going to coincide with my birthday so how cool to spend it overseas with your wife, mum and aunties. Rome was certainly somewhere I had always wanted to visit, but this visit had sort of crept up on me as the next destination ...
... time as we could in Italy and the UK. The route from Hong Kong to Rome was circuitous to say the least. We flew down over Southeast Asia, then skirted north of India over Pakistan, then over Afghanistan and down from the Northeast of Italy into Rome. I suppose if you looked as this on a globe it would be a straight line, but it looked pretty weird from where we were sitting. Wills was especially worried that we were flying over Iraq given the ...