Hotel Villa Torlonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... are San Lorenzo fuori le mura (a paleochristian Basilica), Santa Croce in Gerusalemme (a church founded by Helena, the mother of Constantine, which hosts fragments of wood attributed to the holy cross) and San Sebastiano fuori le mura (which lies on ...
... the fifth floor. It's a modern room in an old building. We went for an orientation walk and saw some ruins. Then we had drinks and dinner. The cheese that Wendy accidentally ate at Nice airport (and that tasted nice) resulted in the obligatory migraine. So we went to bed about 8:30. It's amazing how tired travelling can be even when quite a few hours are spent just waiting. No pictures ...
... seat and you have to climb over strangers just to go pee. I just find it really weird. 'Excuse me person I don't know, who keeps watching my movie screen when you clearly have your own - I must empty my bladder now, please do not count the minutes that I am gone for...'. Karliana and I had to sit apart from each other despite the two possible seat switching options which were both refused. Tough crowd. After what seemed like a trillion years, we made it ...
... out from most of the conversations. At dinner, I tried a pizza fritta (7/10) which was a deep fried pizza and realised pizzas in Italy were very simple with little topping. For dessert, I was introduced to 'GRAFFA' (9/10), a deep fried donut sprinkled with sugar outside and nutella spreaded inside. The best is when they make it fresh around ...
... it's realllly good, walked around the old palace fort, over the statue bridges (beware the river its dirty and really smelly), to the Spanish Steps then home past the high ritz shopping district. There's a lot to see, like I said, so take good shoes.
That's about all there is to share on Rome, it's a very pretty city,,, if a bit dodgy and dirty in places like around the train station. The people are friendly, good at English and the food is good.