Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in a suitcase when I looked at my watch. It should have been right around 7:00. But my watch said 6:00. I asked Jeff what time his watch said, it said 6:00 also. Our phones said 7:00, but our watches said 6:00. I looked at my tablet. Computers never change with time zones, so our tablets were still on Central time, but Rome is 6 hours ahead, so they should have been at 1:00 a.m., but they were at 12:00. I was so confused. What time was it? We were both ...
... internship if he would like to return to Roma and learn! On the way back we managed a little bit of shopping, but another quiet evening in Rome was ahead. Cold and windy - really takes the fun out of walking around too much. New Years Eve tomorrow. Will check out some of the high end shops during the day, and probably the Capuchin crypts. No plans for the evening as yet. Restaurants are serving up fixed price meals for a dear sum, so not sure what we will ...
... No menu's..."you must have the artichoke lasagna!! Only three pieces left, one for me and one for each of you" my mother made it, it is deelishush!" No choice on the antipasto - he simply served everyone the same variety on one plate - I'm glad I had been before and enjoyed the fried artichoke so requested that. And I must have this wine, not the house wine and I would share with the lady next to me. So funny - I don't think our ...
... wanted to say that because venturing back to this place, Rome after 10 years, itīs funny how your perception can completely change with new/different experiences. I sound partially negative,that's because I was a little disappointed with our Italian experience!! To be fair, Al and I only stayed in Rome for 2 nights 3 days and coming from Croatia and hitting a wall, we almost just collapsed here and struggled to move...for a while.
We arrived in Italy on the Friday ...
... we were set for the day.
Was probably out the door by 7.45 am, streets were relatively empty, Steve marching ahead with map in hand, me trotting beside happily, oh ho a road . !!!!!! My goodness we have to cross a Roman road. Don't laugh unless you have been there. Jasper will support me. So I don't repeat myself, basically this is how we crossed the road.
I hung on to Steve's arm usually looking to the right, WRONG! Look to the left. ...