Hotel Domus Praetoria
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Domus Praetoria is a great little hotel
I can't say enough good things about this little hotel. It is extremely clean, the staff is very friendly and helpful, the rooms are very nice, and the prices are very reasonable.It's a very small hotel, with only about 10 rooms, off of Termini station, but it is a gem. The neighborhood is in a nice area and everyone is very helpful even if you don't speak Italian.
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... necessarily a plus in our book. Unfortunately it kind of serves as a main artery through the city so while this was our first jaunt down the boulevard it wouldn’t be our last.
Ducking off on the appropriate side street we made our way to the fountain only to be confronted by one of the real downfalls of off-season travel…restoration work. As much as we all love looking at the old historical buildings and monuments, we are always very perturbed when ...
All aboard - we are taking the train back to the big city - today, we are returning to Rome. A last quick clean-up of the apartment, a last coffee at the Station Bar with Rita, and we are all on our way.
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We drop our bags at the Millefiori guestrooms, which we've rented out for the 2 days we are here in Rome. This is where we split up - Mario and I have business at the Scout shop ...
... Hill were better at this time of day.
On the way down we popped into St Pietro Church on Montorio just down from Gianicolo Hill.
We had lunch at Paris restaurant in Trastevere and met up with Pam and Gary for drinks. It’s our last day in Rome and we could easily have stayed longer.
Ti amo Roma! Promessa di tonare presto. ...
... a less sketchy train to Naples we waited for our train to Rome. Like our last train we had fun playing with the business class recliners. When we got to Rome we took a taxi to our apartment. The Italian traffic is crazy! There are so many cars on tight roads. Plus you have hundreds of scooters zipping around cars and making driving dangerous. After being shown our apartment we settled in and explored the city. Rome is nice and similar to the other Italian cities.
The Eternal City sounds very impressive but the most prominent first impression was the many homeless people bedded down for the night. It was not a good look. Although it appeared some were even tourists saving on accommodation costs. Getting to the railway station was a feat in itself. The flight arrived at 11:40pm & this time Ian had me in serious oxygen debt as I tried to keep up on the escalators that ...