Hotel Fawlty Towers

Address: 39 Via Magenta, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 1 star hostel
 
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      Coffee, gelati and tiramisu tour

      A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 18, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... of the 50s and had a marvellous coffee granita, icy and strong. We had a good laugh about avoiding the traps of terrible tourist spots as all the restaurant 'barkers' were trying to lure us in. Then onto 2 gelaterias when one had some very Heston blumenthal flavours like tomato or basil or pine. We finished at the Spanish steps with a great tiramisu and I waddled off into the night full of sugar and the intention never to eat ...

      Rome - Day 6

      A travel blog entry by carlatkins on Jun 21, 2013

      33 photos

      ... take pictures in the Sistine Chapel but did a very good lecture from our guide on the ceiling done by Michelangelo. Took him 4 years to do the ceiling and 7 years to do the Last Judgment that is behind the altar. Michelangelo was a sculpture (which he preferred doing), a painter and a architect.

      Melva -

      Today really was a highlight. Although you could spend a whole going through the ...

      Rome is the best history lesson ever!!!

      A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 12, 2012

      26 photos

      ... torso drew my eye and after listening to the audio guide apparently the eye of many other famous sculptors and painters, a vivid painting by Van Gough of Mary and Jesus and Roudin’s statue of the thinker. It’s already famous and I never thought much of it but after a short explanation from the guide about the portrayal of movement I stared at it intently. Maybe people are right, you need to be told that it’s art to think it’s art but ...

      Cook like an Italian

      A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jun 11, 2012

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... and the class started. We were cooking a four course meal: Appetiser, Pumpkin blossom with southern style pesto; First course, gnocchetti sardi with ragu alla Bolognese; Second course, chicken cacciatora; Side dish, roasted potatoes and Dessert, traditional tiramisu. We seemed to have a really nice group consisting of Americans, Canadians and us (surprise, surprise). At the start of the class Andrea asked the group to name some dishes that ...

      Rome: you call this a vacation?

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 08, 2011

      9 photos

      ... there is no map, and you have to ask locals where your stop is. The conductor is unreachable because he is behind a glass wall. There is a TV screen on each bus, but they only display advertisements. One day, when I took the kids to the Catacombs, I had to bring up a Lonely Planet bus map on my computer at home and then take a picture of the monitor, and refer to it later while sitting on the bus, squinting at my camera’s tiny screen.

      What has blown me ...