Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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... the hotel as there were no larger ones avail to take all 4 of us (+our bags) Well, I'm sure the two drivers thought it was an episode of The Amazing Race, they were only just one step down from suicidal but we did make it one piece, thankfully... The hotel is ok, nothing to write home about, but the room is clean. We have had to get them to provide a power board so we can charge things as only one power point works & it ...
... I realized that I had lost track of the river. Seriously. It was nowhere in sight! Apparently, the river curves and winds and the road doesn't. And because I was so intent on finding that bus ticket, I hadn't noticed. Thankfully, I finally walked back onto my map and was able to figure out how to get back to the road that runs along the river.
Big mistake #2: when I looked up the bus route for this trip I noted the closest stop to the antique ...
... there with us! We head back to the Metro but along the way a leather shop jumps out and pulls me in! I've been looking for a black leather purse and figured what a better place to look than in Italy. I am now a proud owner of a soft Italian leather purse! Special :). When we get back to the apt., We have a glass of red with some bread and our balsamic vinegar. We toast this fabulous adventure in Italy "until ...
... a number and waited for your number to show up on the screen. When we went through this experience in Germany, we waited about 10 minutes. In Italy, we initially waited 30 minutes, went up to the information booth, then were told to take another number and wait to be called to the ticketing booth (even though all are outfitted with the same technology and capabilities). We then waited around another half hour to get called up again. After ...
... stay and eat and watch English Premier League on the telly. His team Man U are playing, so we indulge him and sit and eat and drink some more. We walk home past the Trevi Fountain and we crash, everyone's pooped. Day 4 OMG we head out early and go to he Colosseum, Roman Forum, Arco di Costantino and the Palatino. The Colosseum tour was by a bloke call Maximus ( yep he was wishing) , we all enjoyed this place, even the resident black cat. You be ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center