Relais San Pietro
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... Filete di bacala it was soooo damn good. Then I had a creamy spaghetti alla carbonara, it was okay, not my favorite. Brian had a Filete of suckling pig and roasted Rosemary potatoes that were to die for, his whole meal was amazing! Food here is exquisite and very inexpensive. I cannot believe how amazing food has been thus far. We enjoyed this meal very much...took a taxi home and resting for tomorrow's great adventure...another amazing day. Thank you universe!
... man dumped three assorted cardboard boxes, and miscellaneous bags of "stuff" on an empty table, and went off somewhere. Both we and the waiter were a little alarmed by this strange behaviour, but he soon returned (from where, we knew not) to reclaim his belongings and go on about his business. Decidedly odd....
Now up to date, except for the photos which Joy will add shortly. So, bye bye for now dear friends.
The weather was cooler this morning from the rain the night before. We didn't have to meet till ten today which is very nice. We walked toward roman ruins. We saw the palace of Venus, the palace of Antonio, what was left of the home of Julius ceasar, the first malls....where residents lived above their shops, and the first apartments.....where residents lived in stacked levels. We also saw where Mussolini made some of his famous speeches. He was not liked by ...
... was coming up at this point) we made some good friends.
The most recent excursion we had took place this past weekend when traveled to Ibiza. This was our first time leaving Rome since getting here and needless to say it was a great time. We met many Americans at our hotel, which was right on the beach, and enjoyed the great weather and beach town vibes that Ibiza had to offer. Oh and the clubs were pretty fun too. Looking ahead we have a trip to ...
... restoration work being done when we visited. Most of the buildings one sees today were built in the two centuries each side of year Zero and some have stood up to the rigours of time [and abuse of Man] remarkably well. Possibly because many were built of brick rather than stone/marble so the structure was less attractive/useful to subsequent builders.