Hotel La Giocca
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... The fountains in Rome are a highlight, and the Roman aqueducts are still visible today, bringing water from the mountains to the centre of Rome, with a complex underground system that flushes the sewerage and keeps the city clean.....no smell inRome and the water crystal clear. We walked down a street, and were shown a very plain looking building of small red bricks...with all the magnificent and beautifully adorned buildings. We ...
... mozzerella man refused to sell fresh mozzarella to people if it was over two days old, but if it doesn't sell they can age it and turn it into something closer to what we think of when we have mozzerella on a Dominos (but still way better).
Next up we sampled the best Proscuitto e Melone yet. The melon was ripe and it really made the difference. All along, there was a lot of samples coming our way at each stall and the hardest thing was to pace yourself, knowing how ...
... good. Not long after dinner we finally decided to pack it in but we opted to split a cab between the four of us rather than risk the metro at night - for 3 euro each I think it was well worth it! Fun Fact #2: Rome has random fountains on the side of the road that is actually fresh drinking water and a way to keep the city hydrated. We carried our water bottle around and filled it up as needed and trust us we needed it. We drank tons of water and still never felt hydrated. With over ...
... we decided we had enough money to get lunch and we'd look for an ATM after. We ate at Hostaria de Moro da Tony where we shared a margherita pizza and grilled zucchini. It seemed reasonably priced, though the pizza wasn't amazing.
After lunch, we were ready to catch a bus home. Sad story: we couldn't figure out the bus lines, so we just started walking, and by the time we could see the Colosseum, we figured we might as well keep walking. Back on ...
... coming and going outside. Especially after such a busy week with Bible School and the wedding. SO glad that wedding just snuck in before we took off! It was a very forlorn John who met us in Sydney after farewelling the beautiful Prissy for 4 weeks. And Jords said she would much rather stay at Bible School than go to Europe!! So things were off to an enthusiastic start. Ari had more than enough enthusiasm to compensate though and thoroughly explored ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility