Moses Fountain Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... sell stamps – you have to go to one that does’. No kidding the role of the post office is a mystery to us.
After a short rest back home we went to see the local Museum of Rome in Trastevere. This local museum had interesting exhibitions (mainly photographic) on the Jews in Italy around WW2 time, the history of Rome (particularly around the TREVI district) and ...
... my phone map and it got us to the general area of where to return the car. Unfortunately, it was in the middle of crazy busy Rome by a gigantic train station. We found our car rental desk but they said we had to return the car about 8 blocks away. But their directions in broken English were not good. We drove in circles for an hour. One way streets everywhere and jam packed with cars and people. A guy on a motorcycle got off his bike, took off ...
... men's fashion. I went back and climbed the Spanish Steps. It started raining just as I got to the top so I was able to shelter in the church. Once it stopped raining I climbed back down and went to visit Keats house at the bottom of the steps. This house is where the poet Keats died aged 25. It is now a library of Keats and Shelley's works and tells the story ...
... made a hair appointment at little stylist in the street we are staying in. My hair had been annoying me for the last part of the trip and I was thinking that as it was so hot back home it would be nice to go a bit shorter for summer. Mmmm well let me tell you, short is what I got. Although I did take a picture of what I wanted and my stylist could speak a little English, she decided that it would look better shorter. Mmmm not exactly ...
... guy outside his place talked us into sitting down. I had a salad and Edie some chips, add on a beer for me and a coke for Edie, the service fees and taxes and the tip and that was 50 euro. But it was very enjoyable, in a great place and well worth the expense. The Trevi Fountain was not far from here so off we went again, through even smaller streets, asking only a couple of times and VIOLA there it was surrounded by about 500 people. The sun ...