Trevi B&B Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... returned to the apartment to collect our bags. We headed for the station, which took about 20 minutes. We had about 40 minutes to kill, so found a cafe for a coffee and snack. We boarded the train at 11.15 and found out we had premium tickets. I had booked these because they were the same price as economy. It was a very luxurious trip. We had complementary drinks and snacks. It was also a fast train, travelling at 220kph, so only took ...
... to venture out I to the city for free museum day, and try to make a trip to the Vatican just to see what it's like to be there on Easter.
Of course, nothing ever goes as planned. I worked up to the "women's curse" and needed to find a pharmacy right away. Now, in Italy, most things are closed on Sunday. So, I asked the girl at the front desk where the closest pharmacy is. She gave me a map, and marked the directions on it. I stepped out, ...
... to have 2 courses as the entree is small and the main is small. We only had one course so decided to look for a cake shop or gelato shop. They must've seen us coming because they charged us 14 euro for 2 coffees and 15 euros for our cake. The cakes and coffee cost more than our meal. We felt a bit ripped off to say the least! We've noticed that a lot of tourists here bring their dogs. The place is ...
... spectacular but once again you got pushed, shoved and overwhelmed by tourist groups. I did a quick look, snapped off some photos but felt guilty with Jac sitting outside. Whilst the Vatican was amazing it leaves you wondering and pondering it all. Here you are the spiritual home of the Catholic Church that has been overrun by tour groups, over jealous salesman trying to sell so much ****** parphanifilia, people claiming to have jump the queue tickets, people claiming to be ...
A few images - words later The Collosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine were amazing- the sheer scale of even the ruins of Caesar's palaces, amphitheatres, temples and statues are mind-blowing. The boys loved it all and no complaints until the very end of the day of aching legs and sore feet (and that was mainly me!). We love d the Lonely Planet advice to buy our ticket at the Palatine so sailed past queues when we got to ...