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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... also had a thin piece of veal and roman broccoli. All washed down with a bottle of red wine between the 2 of us. The food was nice. The tour was good but probably not worth the money we paid. I would rather have had a more participatory class. I must say though, kneading the pasta is good exercise for the arms. I will have to try and make some when I get home. The sauces seemed like a lot of hard work to me. But that's why I'm not a chef (or even much of a cook - too ...
... hotel, The Savoy. This beautiful hotel used to be the Delta crew layover hotel. Back in 2002 I had joined Jeff on his trip & I had to stay in Rome for 2 nights by myself, while he flew from Rome to Cincinnati and back to Rome. I had become friends with Stephano, who worked at the front desk. Upon Jeff's return to The Savoy, he entered the hotel tired from flying all night from Cincinnati & Stephano said to Jeff, "Mr. Neiger, Mrs. Neiger has ...
... from the 3rd floor looks out onto the piazza. It is in a perfect location. . . Just a 5 minute walk to Piazza Navona, and right over the river from Trastevere. We have been able to walk nearly everywhere, or if giving our tired feet a rest, we take a bus there and walk back. Just a few meters from our apartment is Campo dei Fiori, where every morning we have walked through the fruit, vegetable, flower, and knickknack vendors (and ...
... Weather in Rome is messed up lol. The morning was insanely hot and beautiful and then at like 2pm the heavens opened up and there was lightening and thunder and I was drenched within 2 minutes. I've never heard thunder like it before. I thought the skies were going to open up and swallow me whole. I've never eaten so much yum food. The Italians definitely got that right even if they didn't quite get the grip of manners and being ...
It's my last Sunday in Rome and today I decided to walk to an antique market way out on Ponte Milvio—off my map! Mapquest says it’s just over 4 miles so I thought I’d walk there and take a bus back. I researched which bus to take (No. 280) and where to catch it near the market. Now all I had to do was buy a ticket at a tobacconists or newsstand as I walked there.
I was up and out by 8:30 AM. I took the route along the Tiber because ...