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Travel Blogs from Rome
... that he was a child of a diplomat who had served in numerous posts in African and Arab embassies. He was then very worldly and fluent in multiple languages (Mandarin not on of them although he was taking introductory lessons whilst we were there). He is a local Roman and his history in hospitality and as a travel agent meant he has the warmest personality. After he showed us around the apartment, a nice location on the fourth floor with views across the rooftops of Trastevere, ...
... up and not getting too tipsy on a glass. I think their wine is stronger over here. By the time we walked back to the apartment we had of course to stop for another glass of vino....we stopped at the cafe under our apartment. The little Italian man says he loves us (aka loves a tip). But it is cute because everytime we come or go he is there to greet us.
... up on the side of the road from drinking too much. The rowdiest this place got was after a few drinks and dancing at the (very Italian?) Nags Head bar. I can only say that after a decade of clubbing, drinking, messy trips to Ibiza, partying at the notorious full moon parties in Thailand and generally feeling very embarrassed at my actions of the night before I found this the most refreshing and enjoyable atmosphere I had ever been in.
... in Rome had bacon, ricotta cheese and tomato, and it was very tasty! I also picked up another pin for my collection.
After lunch I went for a walk to explore the streets of Rome, and ended up at the Trevi Fountain, which was packed with tourists. It's a nice enough fountain I suppose, but I think I was a bit put off by the amount of people around, so I stayed just long enough to take a photo, and then moved on. Wandering along one of the roads, I noticed a crowd ...
... decisions and meetings was so awesome. That concluded day 1. So we headed back to the b n b and thankfully jacamo Merlin was there and we got checked in. Mom, you would like this, he was a total yoga guy hence the name zen house. Cool guy. Pointed us in the direction of some good quality food and I feasted on pizza, muscles, and wine. Very nice! Thank you jacamo! On Monday we woke up super early so we could make sure we could get the rest of our priorities in before our 4 pm train ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility