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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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... family heritage. Most of these locations were 4 generation owned. We visited a local market, learned to make bruschetta watch how fresh cannolis were made and tasted 10 year old basilic vinegar. The culture of Italian food could been understand from the history of this little town, which was primarily a port which had a large slaughter house. Back in the day, when the owners of the slaughter house was unable to pay their workers... They would be paid in ...
... to regroup over cocktails and figure out where we wanted to go to dinner. The sunset was beautiful, and we decided to let cocktails roll over to dinner which saved us a little hassle at the end of a long day of travel.
We stopped by the supermarket on the short walk home, then dumped into bed early around 10:00. Tomorrow we have plans to start the morning with a little food and wine walking tour staring at 9:30.
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... down the small street lined with vendors selling rosaries blessed by the Pope and double decker tourist buses filled with tourists. We pass all that and soon see the huge Castel Sant'Angelo. This huge building along the Tiber River was used by Popes as a fortress and castle. A long passageway connects the building to St Peter's Basilica.
We walk across the Tiber River along the famous angel bridge. It's decorated with statues ...
... basically turn a blind eye, many are also doing all they can to get by. It is after 24:00 when we hit bed.
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