- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to serve as a modern business district. The line was finally opened in 1955, and it is now the south part of the B Line.
The A line opened in 1980 from Ottaviano to Anagnina stations, later extended in stages (1999–2000) to Battistini. In the 1990s, an extension of the B line was opened ...
... downstairs. After about 3 minutes there we decided to get ice cream instead, because ice cream. We went back to the amazing shop near the hostel with complicated flavours listed only in Italian. I managed to order a cone (which had chocolate in the bottom) and 3 scoops - cookies n cream, peach and a cherry vanilla swirl. Ice cream always beats bars. We returned to the room and watched the first half of We're the Millers, checked the time of our flight tomorrow and went to ...
... walking past you, a Roman soldiers walking around and the place a buzz, some 2000 years ago! Mum and Dad you told us there isn't much to eat around the Colesum, especially for me, so my lunch consisted of some rice cheese puff chips and a pretty average gelato from one of the little food vans. We,were soon harassed by the "gypsies" although they are more Indians and Africans! who were trying to sell us everything from scarves to hats, sunnies, water etc!!! The ...
... discovering I was now close to the Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument - the big white marble building that I love. I had my Plan B! It would have been better to have approached it earlier in the day before the many kilometres of leg work for the day had been achieved, as it had so many steps up to the front door and then another couple of flights and then down to the military exhibition that held a huge amount of Italian Flags and ...
... self service coffee machine with awesome coffee, you can use the internet (it's also an internet cafe) or you can play the pokies. Poker machines in a laundromat!! Our last night in Rome saw us return to our favourite little restaurant which is literally just steps from our B&B. It's in a basement which I think actually runs underneath our B&B. It was a happy celebratory meal slightly tinged with sadness at the thought of leaving Rome. The food was ...