Casa La Salle - Casa Per Ferie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... seats and slept the major proportion of the flight. Did see glimpses of wonderful scenery and snow capped mountains and eventually touched down in the land of pizza and pasta. First item on the itinerary was just that, and we had some delicious pizza and lasagne. Our apartment was nice and thankfully about a quarter of the price this time. We were located about 5mins walk from Castel Sant’Angelo. We were all pretty exhausted and ended up napping most of the day away, which ...
... Trevi fountain and on the way back towards the station we came across it. Unfortunately there was major work going on to it and therefore was not like the photos you see on the ads for it. So we couldn't throw money in. The final goal to our itinerary was a coffee watching people and we found a lovely little cafe to sit down and enjoy. Unfortunately our time ran out and we had to catch our train home. We enjoyed our time in Rome and have heaps of great memories from ...
... because it was closed the night before. The Trevi Fountain is under restoration and thus is empty and covered in scaffolding. I was really looking forward to seeing this beautiful spot, so now we will definitely have to come back to Rome. Then we stopped at the perfect non-touristy lunch spot. Giolitti is a small shop that only offers small sandwich options and gelato. Phil and I both got pannis. I highly recommend the beef one and get it heated! The ...
... him and none other) and therefore refused any suitor. Eventually she rejected one too many men and was murdered for her prudence. Her skull is preserved in a glass box adorned with artwork.
For lunch we had bruscetta, fettucini, and lasagna. As we were looking for somewhere to eat, a young italian man came up to us and convinced us to eat at his restaurant. He escorted us, one in each arm, to a beautiful little outdoor table surrounded by ...
... this largely to a lack of peripheral vision.
While it may not sound like a lot writing it up here, that made for a somewhat full day and sore feet. After cramming ourselves onto the one bus that gets us to our neighborhood (and I do mean cramming), we dried off in the apartment before finding a local restaurant at which to have dinner. ...