Hotel Koru Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Before we got there, he taught us that there are no rules in Rome.
Once we got to Rome we went with Paulo into the city, and I won't deny that I was a little nervous about where he was leading us to and what his "meeting" was all about. He looks and sounds like a classic Italian vampire, and he always talks about drinking red "wine" *cough cough* blood *cough cough* We arrived in a dark alley and I thought, well, this is it, I'm going to be eaten ...
... made our way back into Rome via the metro stopped off a pizza/pasta place and had dinner by the Trevi fountain. This was a surreal and wonderfully beautiful experience, something I think everyone should do, I think the fountain was prettiest at night and a lot less crowded although not completely empty! Getting home proved to be difficult and interesting at the same time, we came out of a different exit to the station entrance we came in which threw us off as to where we ...
... there so many police here. He said this is the senate on ok as Italy says no government at the moment as the government is frozen at the moment, hence the police as they want to keep a good eye on Ballazoni and his friends. So we stop for a quick pizza and a glass of wine well actually half a litre of wine at Piazza venica. So pizza in Italy are very different to pizza at home. Firstly they have a very thin base and are not layered to the top. Just a few simple ...
... we put Niccis cowgirl hat on the top of the bronze god of mercury. See photo titled "Mercury doing Will Rogers" We haven't done too much sightseeing, preferring to chill on the beaches, read a book and people watch. There is a great mix of Italians and every race on the planet. There are plenty of "beautiful" people and not so beautiful people. Every female wears a bikini including the grannies. Haven't seen a granny in a g-string yet, but there's bound to be some. One g-stringer ...
... the evening in the dodgy steep hilled tenament area behind the port in search of a restaurant recommendation. I did not find it but instead ended up dazed and confused in a small tratorria ordering dishes that were no longer available and thinking that they needed to do a bit of food shopping. Anyway, after that on to Rome. The great thing about this place is I don't feel obliged to pay to visit attractions as the whole of the city feels like a huge ...