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- Multilingual staff
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TripAdvisor Reviews Domus Carmelitana Rome
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... 8217;m concerned our budget may take a beating. It’s a unique collection of junk, with rather more spoons than you would usually expect to see, and it appears that there are also genuine antiques among the ageing rejected 'once-loved’ items and, in some cases, tat. We manage to get all the way through without even a single purchase, although Jonny does comment that this market alone would be reason enough for him to return to Nice in the future. We make some lunch and ...
Today we had a very hectic day of sightseeing and walked right across the city. We started off the day at the 'time elevator' which we had heard gave you a good introduction to roman history, a guide book and also allowed you to buy tickets to the colosseum in a deal. It was a bit of history to rome but seemed way too rushed and missed out all the details. They also didn't give us a guide book and I think they overcharged us but anyway...
We walked across the ...
... Nazione A slight drizzle welcomed us to Rome, but this passed over the next hour, but it was very humid and sticky, T shirts was the dress code ! After a quick check in we had a short walk (and an ice cream) to the underground Two trains later (first time on an underground train for Linda) we found ourselves at the coliseum And amazing structure and huge !!! How on earth did they build this is 70 and 80 AD After a long walk around we left and sat in a cafe having a ...
... Trastevere because the inside was so beautiful. It was HOT though. There was organ music and what seemed to be a quality homily. Upon leaving, several homeless women tried to get money from me. We returned to our room to cool off, change clothes and make a game plan. We then set out for the Collosium area for lunch and then to go to our bike tour. We had a slight wait for lunch, but are so glad we waited. We ate at Trattoria Luzzi, an ...
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We left Tuscany two days ago and arrived in Rome after a 3 hour bike ride. All things considered, I would rather be on a bike.
Ah, Roma! After the tranquil pace and rural scenery of Tuscany, Rome is like a triple espresso injected directly into your veins! It's crowded, crazy and chaotic with a lot of attitude. We spent most of the first day revisiting many of the famous sights: the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, ...