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Our first day in Rome saw us a little shell-shocked by all the people the pace of a large city.
We quickly recovered, however, and got our bearings. We first checked into our lovely hotel, the Relais 6 (complete with our own private terrace!) and headed toward the most popular spots in Rome: Trevi Fountain, The Spanish Steps,
... two bedrooms. The main living room has 15' beamed wooden ceilings with hardwood flooring - the most interesting item however is the shower - it's real small - no more than a cruise ship shower but I'm sure will do the job.
Despite the fact that the four of us were like "dead men walking" we decided to head out into the rain and look for a spot for dinner - so we started out in the direction of Piazza Navona. Along the ...
... gorgeous dark Italian men with their great bouffant hair styles and amazingly cool outfits - scarves wrapped in stylish ways, tight leather jackets, close fitted vests over gorgeous shirts, tailored stovepipe trousers, amazing shoes. Very pleasing. And so many men's fashion stores too. It's not like home where for every men's store you have 20 women's stores. Here it's one for one - and so it should be! Anyway back to Pompeii. The train was covered in graffiti ...
Day 23 Of to the town of Saint Remy de Provence there is a market every Wednesday so we of to see it. We find a parking spot up town, in a back street and walk down to the market. There are people everywhere, lots of stalls spread along the streets, selling wares from, scarves, bags, baskets, pottery, paintings and food, bread, cheese, sausages, nougat, fruit, ...
... 7 or 7:30 feeling refreshed and looking forward to our meal. Speaking of dinner, I tonight had some cheese stuffed gnocchi in a truffle sauce that made me weak in the knees. Absolutely wonderful. I also had gelato twice today. I'm not even mad. Tomorrow morning we leave for Venice for two nights and will probably try to stop somewhere in Umbria or Tuscany for lunch. We probs won't have wifi until our hotel in Venice, which I am really excited for. Until ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRelais 6 Rome
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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