Novotel Roma la Rustica
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... like that. Either way, we could have had aircon for the 4 nights without paying. Oh well! We also have a wardrobe and clothes hangers, a safe in the wall, TV which only has an English channel at certain times, our bed is softer than Athens bed was and it's a queen, not twin king singles which really wouldn't matter as it was so not last night, there was no touching anyway. Plus, we're close to the train when it comes time to move on to Florence. Love to all A & J ...
... owner spoke little English but understood where we were and came to find us. The hotel front desk clerk was not impressed, but I said to Nick we are tourists we were bound to **** off someone! Within a few minutes the apartment owner found us and brought us to the REAL address, about 1.5 blocks from where the cab dropped us off. Our apartment here is beautiful and cozy. The owners have decorated it very nice and have thought of all amenities a traveller may need. As we arrived on a Sunday ...
... I did see the Colosseum. It. Was. Fantastic! The place is incredibly huge and like pretty much everything in Europe, you can practically feel the rich history from the place. Honestly, this is one of those places that's hard to describe for me because it really is an incredible sight you just need to take in.
I've also gotten in tune with my inner Lizzy McGuire and went to the Trevi Fountain! I threw in my coin and really enjoyed what ...
... was pretty cool. They already have nice colourful design with illustrations of the sites back in 1995. As he said, the map is old but Rome is older. Makes sense, nothing much changed from the history point of view, probably new buildings and churches but that's not what we are after. It was Sunday, the day the Pope will appear at his window at mid day and address the crowd. I have only seen this on TV. The Pope, Pope Francis, commonly referred ...
... led to a Mr Bean moment where I just had to put my foot up on the counter to get the message across. It was pretty smooth after that, I was given an arm band with number and asked to take a seat. Brought laptop expecting a multihour wait so started some work on a lecture but was surprised to be called in after only 40 minutes. Saw resident doctor who had limited English and a nurse who had no English but we managed a short consult, toe inspection ...