Sleeping Beauty Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsSleeping Beauty Guesthouse Rome
The sleeping beauty was a great place to stay!! You had your own fridge, DVDs you can watch, lots of tea/coffee provided, and great management!!!
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June 16th - What a day! We started off the day ordering an "English Breakfast" (eggs, bacon, toast and OJ) at a nice outdoor cafe. The eggs were a bright yellow and the "bacon" had cartilage in it. Mental note: never order an "English Breakfast" in Italy. Next stop - the Coliseum. As we walked to the Coliseum - both sides of the street were lined ...
... it all. A visit to the Trevi fountain found it still under construction which is a bit of a bugger, still threw a coin with my right hand over my left shoulder in the pond they have provided with the wish to return to Rome. After the tour once again free time to explore and have dinner. We had dinner in an alley way restaurant just off Piazza Navona. I love the Italian food, some bruschetta, more pasta, lots more wine and another good night. ...
... s not joking. I'm starting to get a little agitated, and G is asking how are we meant to navigate out of Rome, let alone find our way to Greve in Chianti?
OK, so we will just take a map. We are fine to use a map as we did last visit. All will be OK. Unfortuntely for us, and for the car hire guy, Europcar doesn't have maps. This is getting absolutely ridiculous and oh, by the way, your car is just outside to make things easier for you! Awesome, our filthy Fiat 500 ...
... we were told was expensive but looking at the menus and prices, it was same food as all the other restaurants, except no seafood, or pork, but basically same prices. We entered the shul entrance to the museum, and booked in for the 10.30 tour. Meanwhile we used our individual radio guides to hear about the exhibits and history of this shul. This shul was built in 1904, on the site of the old shul. Romes Jewish population dates back to to 13/14BC and they all lived in ...
... pantheon from the new English choir or something so we stuck around for that. Went on for about 40mins, was a choir and orchestra playing classical music but was pretty cool. Afterwards we wandered around a little bit but then headed back to the hostel to have some drinks. The hostel was actually hosting a party that night to celebrate them winning best party hostel in Rome. Free beer! Started out having a few drinks with them, then the ...