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TravelPod Member ReviewsHappy Village & Camping Rome
This is certainly a happy place! We were welcomed with a big smile from everyone, followed by lots of information on Rome and what to see. Even though this campsite is in Prima Porte, a little way out, I have to say that it is extremely well located for visiting Rome. The campsite provides a free shuttle service o get you onto the rail network and for 3 Euro return and within 15-20 minutes, you are in Rome....could not be easier. Good clean facilities also.
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Hard to believe knowing how passionate I am about Dubrovnik and Naples, but Rome has just toppled them both off the pedestal. It is difficult to convey the sheer size and the sheer beauty of some of the buildings in this city. Buildings are simply not built like this anymore and when you think that many of them date back almost two thousand …
... was our favorite- Glen, a small Filipino man who was convinced that Meghan was Brooke Shields and gave us lots of advice on the city.
Our first day we spent unpacking and then had an odd craving for Chinese (very Italian, I know). We had our amazing Chinese food and then went to explore a very unique bar. It was made completely of ice and was kept at -5 degrees Celsius. We had a blast wearing these huge thick thermal ponchos ...
... Another surprise is a former Trinity student, Jordan Birkhauser and his mom, Erin, join us, as do Mary and Peggy Burns. As we walk thru the inside of the Vatican,, the Cardinal pointed out where Pope John Paul had his apartment.
Fr. John vested and we found a empty altar focused on the miracle of Christ walking on the water. The Mass was a cherished experience/blessing, where Dad did the readings and offered
... to Scott - have a look of the photos and see what you reckon.
After wandering through the museum we headed over to the cafeteria as Scott was in dire need of some "tannin".
After lunch we finished our stroll back through the area viewing old temples, roads, an amphitheatre, houses, etc., and headed back to Rome on the train.
That night we ate out "al fresco" at Ristorante Condor ...
... for 3 weeks, up for a
laugh and always the life of the party. Giulia a girl from rome who is
currently stufying, really interesting girl and she laughs at my bad
jokes so I've got to like her really ;-) and there were loads and loads
of others but you know me and names, hard enough to remember two... it's
was a good party but not too much of a late night for me as I caught
the last metro back to my hostel as the previous few days ...