Hotel Caput Mundi Roma
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After 9months locked inside a ship cruise, it's time for some freedom, real fun and meet some more of the 'Old World'. Get a train to Rome and try to find a B&B
... front desk and had them reserve dinner at one of the 3 neighbourhood restaurants that seem to be affiliated with the hotel (we'd eaten at one of them for lunch on our first day.). We arrived at Babbo's at 7:30 and were seated promptly (not always a certainty here). The ancient Romans spoke of the golden ratio for art as being 5:3. Well, we've found that the golden ratio for dining in Italy is as follows (for 2 people): 1 antipasto, 2 ...
... the Colosseum.
Rob and Jeannie left earlier the following morning bound for Naples and Pompeii (hopefully to stage a research mission for rugby kiwi which sadly was left for an extended stay at Pompeii). Michelle and the boys headed to the Children's Explorer Museum (not quite a Science Museum) but pretty close) while Dave wandered the streets. A few tram rides and a special trip to G Fassi for gelato almost completed our day. Only the overnight train to go ...
How lucky am I to be able to celebrate my 21st birthday in Rome? I really can't complain..
When I was done with Italian on Thursday, Luke and I grabbed sandwiches from Il Fratellini and headed towards the train station to take the fast train to Roma. The trains make traveling so easy, especially throughout Italy. We got on a 2:30 train, and we were checking into our hotel by 4. The man at the checkin desk circled all of the main attractions on a ...
I started my day early with a guided tour of The Vatican City, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. There is a wall around the country and it is the smallest independent country of little more than 100 acres, entirely contained within Rome. They have their own postal system, dress code (modest), armed guards, radio station and mini train station inside the walls. Vatican City even has its own version of Euro coin with a portrait of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Really nice staff working there, simple accommodation but just next to the Termini station in Rome and walking distance from some of the main attractions.
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