Hotel Principe Di Piemonte
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Stunning hotel we stopped in for only one night on our way to Florence.
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... 6 of us headed out to find a restaurant and settled for a little outdoor cafe. Once we had eaten, we decided to get gelato and had to cross an extremely busy intersection near Capital Hill. The traffic in Rome is horrendous and you have to be almost aggressive to get across as they don't heed any crossings. Crazy drivers - no wonder they say if you can drive in Rome, you can drive anywhere. Well the 5 of them took off like Gladiators, hands in the ...
... was more Am delighted to see the roman arancini are more vast than the ones I make, equally delighted that mine seem flavoured authentically, my ragus are right. Anyway it was a no effort feast tho later I may try the recommendation of the 'asino d'oro' which I was pleased to have accurately translated as 'the golden ass' - that's a name to remember hungry than I ...
Great to be back in Roma.
Lots of Coffee and yummy food
Portami al Roma per favore - look it up
Revisted lots of sights and found a few new ones
When in Rome - stay at Gambero Apartment
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Close to almost everything in Rome - Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, St Peters,
Piazza Novana, Piazza Popolo
... business department here. I think that I will really like this class and I'm definitely looking forward to having him as a teacher! I switched into an Italian 101 class and am well on my way to being tri lingual... Kidding. So far we learned pretty basic phrases and I realized I had been saying almost everything incorrectly for the past 5 days. My last class on Mondays is called "popes of Rome: a history of the Catholic Church" I am so excited for ...
... nothing to show you all. At this point, we were absolutely beat, so we decided to take the Metro back to the stop near our apartment.
We hung out at the apartment for a couple of hours before walking out to find a place for dinner. We found a fantastic, although quite pricey, place and had a superb Italian dinner of multiple courses. Pennette Vodka, Cacio e Pepe, Angliotti with Swordfish, Veal Paillard, Filet Mignon, etc… ...