Palazzetto degli Artisti Suites
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... two teenagers.
Not only was the
room nice, the hotel also had some relaxing things to, do so after a big long day of
sightseeing you could come back and go have a dip in the indoor spa. This
isn't any normal spa these spa's and pools were built out of an old vault for a
bank. After that maybe if anyone, is really keen the hotel also has their
... this feeling was set for the morning. True Rome returned when we entered, as we had to show our cards in exchange for entry tickets. Planning would mean this would be done at the office we'd come from, but we seem to be in the city or land of (apologies to those with Roman blood) can't be bothered and don't really care. With no direction the crowd formed a circular mob around 1 lady, as if she were in possession of a handful of pasta and we were a starving mass. For the sake of 1 or ...
I believe one of my favorite moments to start the day was when we both realized how excited we were to go to a museum! We are both suckers for history I guess lol =P
Our first stop of the day happened to be the Colosseum again because Rachel's ID was still there and then we made our way to Vatican City! We had ordered tickets ahead of time and saved probably an hour in lines doing so. That ...
... south towards the Spanish steps past a few shops and went into one. Before I knew it I was in shopping mode. Resisted for today but tomorrow I have a bit of a free day so I might head back. Playing with fire.
After that I apparently took a wrong turn and was surprised to see the Spanish steps right in front of me. I wasn't really expecting much, they are only stairs after all, but they were pretty good! More than your average staircase and at the top is ...
... shop in Trastavere.
Dinner was at Trattoria Trilussa in Trastavere, where we saw Roger Federer with his wife and family! We had incredible buffalo burrata, a local blue goat cheese crusted in crushed berries, bucatini all'amatriciana, ravioli mimosa (Dana), sucking pig (Dana), tripa alla romana, and a dessert that was basically crumbled mille feuille pastry, custard, and nutella. Heaven.