Al Viminale Hill Inn & Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the hotel easily and it's in a perfect location. Mike booked it and it's awesome. Our room is pretty small, but it's clean and really the location cannot be better. Much better than what I booked for us in Dubai! We're a couple of blocks from the Trevi fountain, and close to the coliseum and all the other ruins. We walked around, and got some delicious sandwiches and then walked to the fountain, and down to the ruins and then walked around that area for ...
... just before the end of the tour as we were starving and had walked enough. We found a small cafe and had a lovely dinner on the sidewalk, as everyone seems to do. In Roma. Richard enjoyed some gluten free spaghetti and meat sauce, and Sue a .... Then we enjoyed walking back to the Colosseum at night and taking in the ruins and buildings lit beautifully on a balmy night. Tram back to the university precinct where we were staying and then crashed to ...
... class is going so well! I want to go back to UCSD and take more Italian because it is so fun!
Thursday of Week 1. We had no excursion which was our first day to really sit down and get some reading done. That is what I did Thursday morning and took care of some household chores and such in adjusting to life here in Rome. Not a too exciting day.
Friday of Week 1. On Wednesday, we went on a tour through several old churches. They ...
... with the notes ( he switched a €10 for a €5 and claimed we owed him money) as I got the €10 off Sam, I said to him he was trying to scam us and just walked off. Sam was unaware of the scam as he did not hear the conversation and I thought he had, so when he gave him the money for the trip, he gave it to him folded up which is what he always does. I said to him the American lady was told to count the money out as you hand it ...
Early start today as we had a few train rides ahead of us. Out of Rome and onto Pompeii, via Naples. The train to Naples was very, very crowded. Every seat full and people standing, but people just kept getting on. It's also allowable to let your 4 year old yell and bring dogs on. (Dog was better behaved, didn't know it was there until we got out.). At Naples we had to get another train headed toward Sorrento that stops in Pompeii. We ...