H10 Roma Citta
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... warm. We arrived and relaxed on the terrace with cocktails. These were the best cocktails we had whilst in Rome and it was happy hour so each cocktail was reduced by 2 euros!! We started with a Lynchberg Lemonade and a Strawberry Daiquiri. We ordered a Hawaiian pizza and Seafood linguine, again the food was good! We followed it up with another cocktail each, this time a Long Island Iced tea and another Strawberry Daiquiri. I really wanted to get a dessert but I was way ...
... people told us that you only need a few days in Rome because it is a big, dirty, crowded city but we have found that wandering through the different neighborhoods has been really interesting. Several times we have walked off a busy street just one block in heading down a narrow alleyway with no idea where we were going only to discover a quaint plaza filled with people hanging out, eating, listening to music, or just strolling.
The streets are ...
... The top one was not open to the public today because there was an opera performance being televised from in front of the entrance so we looked through the bottom one. After that many of us took a toilet stop at the public convenience down the road. This has to have the best view of any toilet I've seen and all at a cost of 0,60 Euros. I paid 1 Euro in Orvieto for the same privilege and no view at all! Last but not least we stopped and had ...
... of a restaurant doesn't dictate how much 'coperto' or 'servizio' will be. Usually you can find the charge at the bottom of a menu - so you know in advance. We went for aperitifs one night which is popular here. And really, if you choose the right place, you don't even need dinner afterwards. The only problem is finding that right place as we found out with Hugh after 3 hours of walking and no luck. Next it is on to Naples and the pizza ...
... Passeggiata Gianicolo, which winds its way gradually down the hill, we paused at several viewing stations, each of which giving a slightly different perspective of the city spread out beneath us. The clear, blue skies made it possible to see portions of the central Apennine mountain range on the eastern horizon. As we descended further, the dome of St. Peter's became visible, and we proceeded on a 4-kilometer hike back to Prati and our apartment.