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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Aurelius Rome
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Going through customs was fun. The officer called me to his window while he was on the phone. I opened up my passport to the wrong page and he just rushed me through... Um sorry, what? That explains a lot about Italy i guess.
The transfer from the airport to our hotel was just under an ...
... to Fontana di Trevi - and yes I indulged in another gelati...never too cold for this. The only issue I have is that I cannot be swayed from my two flavours of pistachio and limone!! ...I get there thinking I'll be adventourous and opt for 'the usual'.
The next mission was to find the 'Sant Eustachio il caffe' on Piazza Sant Eustachio - an unassuming coffee shop but << fabulous >> coffee!! I had researched 'best coffee' on TripAdvisor before leaving ...
... and not what I wanted. The first two hours of the tour were as anticipated a disappointment, we spent ages milling around doing nothing. But once we got in the Vatican museum the quality improved until we got to the Sistine Chappell when he said he would meet us at the end and never did, but we didn't mind too much we wandered around the St. ...
... arrived). Well, right next to this restaurant, is a charming modern establishment….we thought we’d try our luck here instead. SMART CHOICE! Lunch was AMAZING!! We both had a wonderful Pinot Grigio to accompany our pasta dish…..which was spectacular. I had the ricotta filled ravioli topped with a truffle butter sauce, YUM. Want to know what Christopher had….you’ll have to ask him, if he ...
... revel churches and absolutes,and finally sat down to have lunch near the apartment. By this time jet lag and sleep deprivation was catching up with me and we went to the apartment for a nap, but lo and behold something was wrong with the apartment door and it couldn't be opened so we had to get a hold of Adriano to come help us,which he did (the door had an obstruction) so finally I was able ...