Ibis Roma Fiera
- Drycleaning onsite
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... lane! Pretty normal really. I did a load of washing, had a rest, packed my bag and printed out my boarding pass. We leave the hotel at 7am en route to Jerusalem. Tonight Sue, Phil and I went for dinner at the fashionable Roman hour of 7:30. We found a fairly authentic restaurant with a waiter who looked like Mr Bean. I had a dish called "Fish in crazy water". I just couldn't resist the name. Phil had fried tuna and Sue had lamb chops - all done the Roman way of ...
... way. Water really racks up your bill, as well - often a liter of water runs near the same price as the restaurants house wines!
The laundry machines are completely different! Who would have guessed? I attached an example of a washing machine's controls, and though it isn't exactly like mine, you do have to choose the temperature you'd like to wash your clothes at and mine has letters instead of numbers on the ...
Slept in, then taxi to farmers market, lots of tastes and a coffee Walked back past colosseum Lunch at Angelina's Home then out to get taxi to Villa Borghese and tour or gallery and park Walked home via Spanish Steps Out a bit later for dinner at Piccolo Arancini: shared entrees, then seafood pasta for me and pasta with eggplant and swordfish for J and A (plus a dash instead when it started to ...
... along one of this area's nicest shopping streets, Via Cola di Rienzo. A few blocks later, we stumbled upon Castroni, the most amazing food and liquor emporium any of us have ever seen, where each cubic foot of space is crammed with every kind of specialty item imaginable; from olives, pastas, and jellies, to entire walls full of liqueurs, wines, and champagnes. The girls took inventory, and soon discovered the mother lode: Four Roses bourbon and Glenlivit single-malt ...
... thirst, starvation, or suffocation, whichever came first.
So we explored the forum, and learned enough history for me to talk your ear off for at least two more hours, and then we visited the Palatine Hill. The Palatine Hill was where the emperors and/or the most important people got to build their houses. Their houses were so big and so beautiful that they were described as being places the gods themselves would be lucky to live in. We actually get the word ...