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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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On the other side of me was Flavia, who could not roll her cigarettes fast enough and had a silk scarf tying her auburn hair back. I asked her where I could find fashion inspiration bc I had clearly missed the mark following the girls in Trastevere. She laughed at me in an adoring, older sister kind of way and told me the girls in Trastevere were all young...and American. So basically I was dressed like myself 5 years ago. ...
... the only thing that spoilt the experience were the pushy sellers.
We arrived at the Vatican just before 12, there was huge crowd gathered at St Peter’s square. Just as we arrived the crowd cheered to see the Pope’s window open, and one of the Pope’s assistant setting up for the Pope’s address. ...
... east - west divide. We push into Lokal, a highly popular restaurant, and squeeze onto stools at the bar. They serve us a generous bowl of delicious homemade pasta with brown butter glazed vegetables and a glass of crisp wine. Then we head around the corner to b-flat. On Wednesday nights there is no cover at this jazz club. Even before the musicians take the stage, the place is jammed. A highly polished quartet opens the evening. The pianist from New York, with a ...
... in these very small streets of Trastevere). There are 3-4 bins out my door and down the street a little ways where some people drop their garbage and recyclables. Other people just seem to leave the bags (not big garbage bags but the plastic bags from the supermercato) outside their doors or next to parked cars or even next to those bins when they’re not yet full. I don’t know how the sanitation workers even locate all ...
... events. It could accommodate 50,000 people. We were able to visit 3 levels.
Arch of Constantine: this arch marks one of the greatest turning points in history. In 312, Constantine defeated his rival Maxentius in the battle of Milvian Bridge. When Constantine became sole Emperor, he legalized Christianity.
The Roman Forum: this ...