Travel Blogs from Rome
Friday evening I got the coach to Rome which took about three hours. The trip didn't get off to a great start - 10 mins before the bus was due someone told me and some Italians that we were in the wrong place for the coach and pointed us where to go, so we went off searching. There seemed to be no sign of a bus there either so we asked a policeman …
... and millions of people have taken communion from that alter not to mention St. Peter's is the spiritual hub for 1.2 billion Catholics around the world. Amen-ah! Got the shuttle back home even though I didn't have a ticket. Made a song and dance about searching for my non existent ticket and he said don't worry. Yessss! Met up with my laundry friend for dinner then we had chats then I went to pack and go to bed. Florence ...
... train station and down the long walk to get on the train back to Civitavecchia.
Once back at our place we enjoyed a nice dinner at a place right in the square where we are staying. Anita enjoyed spaghetti with tomatoes and basil and Brittany and I both had pasta arrabiata which is very spicy. Arrabiata actually means "angry" in Italian. Perhaps your mouth is angry after you eat the spicy delight! A wonderful day in roaming in Rome.
... of sounds coming at you, you can proceed according to what is logical regardless of what is being said. It astounds me how rarely this leads to a misunderstanding.
After our attempt at shoe shopping, we decided to go have dinner. We went to Miscellanea, just behind the Pantheon. They served us pizza and pasta that was very good. While we ate, a street performer who was singing and playing guitar came and entertained us for quite awhile. The music was good, and we enjoyed ...
... I took photos of each incase it was the tomb. We spent quite a bit of time looking at the ruins, walking through the gardens until we got hungry for lunch.
In our rush to leave in the morning we had inadvertently left without the atm card and very little cash, but we did have a credit card. Unfortunately at all the ticket places, they only accept cash. So we needed to find a place for lunch which took credit cards. We ended up finding a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Really beautiful hotel on a quiet street. Staff were excellent, very helpful and friendly with great english. 10 mins on the bus into the centre of Rome, and only 5-10 mins walk to a few restaurants in the evening. Very nice lounge/bar with free nibbles and a yummy breakfast!
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