Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... people watched. The beach was not as we know it covered in stones so it was quite amusing watching beach goers hobbling along. What had me smiling the most was a family with a couple of small children who had a bucket and spade to play with, not sure how that was going to work. Back on the ferry and straight to sleep - I will never again laugh at people who fall asleep because I am now one of them! Once back at our hotel we head off for ...
... bathroom had a bidet in it, something I have never seen before, which Shanah thought was a 'his and hers' toilet. We did not use it and stayed well away from the bidet towels provided. We finished off our Ouzo on our first night, and then met up with Nat and Luke at a restaurant between our place and theirs in the city. It was clearly a tourist trap where they tried to give us water and bread at exorbitant prices, to which we declined. They also had two menus, one was the ...
... breeze and a million tourists fighting for shade. So we opted for the air conditioned hotel and a nap. I can see why most shops shut down in the afternoon for a few hours and why the Italians eat so late in the evening. Our nap turned into a 4 hour long sleep and we got up around 8pm. Being hungry we ventured out at 9pm to find a place to eat. Back home most people wouldn't walk down side streets decorated with graffiti to get to a restaurant, but we did. Don't ...
... of the day (the nice waiter described it as "angry" tomato sauce and was very impressed when I knew the correct term for it "arrabiata". Once a foodie, always a foodie) For dessert mum and James got a pistachio tirimisu, i tried a bite (trying to save room for gelato) and it was hard to stop. It was quite possibly the best dessert I'd had in Italy. Gelato being in it's own category of course.
We went and saw the Pantheon ...
... and then meat which I wasn't quite sure what was going on along with everyone's else. With everything else I figured the starter would be just a taste but no they are serious about their pasta and it easily could have been the entire meal but then come the main course a steak. Much thinner than US standards but nice flavor. We got one tarmisu to split we were all stuffed and left a good deal. We walked home which helped as the night was still warm with a nice breeze. Sleep came ...