Hotel Romanico Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Romanico Palace Rome
We really lucked out on our hotel room. We had a private balcony and a separate huge whirlpool bath which also opened onto the balcony. The location of this hotel is great central to historic Rome. The breakfast was the typical Italian breakfast, but the breakfast location was on the top floor of the hotel with a lovely view of the surroundings.
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Casual morning waking up in Positano and enjoying the view.
Our private driver took us to Naples and made some interesting commentary along the way. He was noting that he can tell when some people aren't from Positano being the fat ones and proceeded to point some out along the way. Not many people in Positano own vehicles ad there is …
... there was no pizza on the menu so I promised him pizza for lunch and dinner the next day. 50 Euros bought us two starters - artichokes and the House Special parma ham and two huge portions of handmade pasta. This was my first taste of fresh pasta in Italy - eggy, al-dente goodness! Once tasted, I couldn't go back to eating the dried stuff!
The next morning, we woke up early to grab a traditional Italian ...
... Delizia al Limoncello Fragolini di Bosc or Limoncello and strawberry delight. This dessert brought us back to Roma, Day 1 when our dessert of vanilla ice cream was topped, in part, with little, wild strawberries. Of course, the desert had a prequel as well as an epilogue.
Following dinner, we only had to walk up one flight of stairs to our room and a good night's sleep before having to wake up at 6;00 ...
What got me the most I think is that our guide said this particular convent was unusual as it had women who had come from all over the world. Some of the women were not religious before working high powered executive roles however they got the calling and that was it. I couldn't imagine going from a life full of so much power to choosing something submissive where they have no control. Some had husbands and left them to join the convent in Assisi.