- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Everyone who travels to Rome is supposed to throw a coin into the fountain with their right hand over their left shoulder. Anyone who does this and makes a wish will one day return to the Eternal city, or so it goes. Since the fountain is closed, they recreated a mini Trevi Fountain for people to throw their coins into. This isn't good enough, however, so many people proceed to throw their coins into the empty fountain anyway. They created a pathway for you to ...
... further added to – getting the bus was actually good although crowded. After the show Mirko took us to a café nearby to try the Sicilian Cannoli – very yummy.
We took the bus only halfway back and stopped near to the Vatican. Very beautiful but we didn’t want to line up with the long lines. Walked back to Trastevere via the 'park’, which skirts this side of Rome. In the middle of it are ...
... the day's catch stewed in a earthenware urn. The menu said two people, but this could've easily fed a family of 4. It had Octopus, a Lobster, fish, Prawns, Squid and Mussels. We regretted the appetizer of fresh Anchovies as Cafe di Scienca earlier, but quickly dug in. We made a good showing, leaving only a few mussels unfinished. It was one of the best meals I ever had...the Octopus especially tasty.
The next morning, Susan ...
... not want to walk alongside the road with the crazy drivers, I tried to walk through the grounds of the three Sheraton hotels on the site. I knew the end part would be on the road, but unlike most roads in Europe, it was actually straight and I could watch the traffic easily. No such luck. I found myself on the golf course. It was very pleasant there and I thought that if I walked the course I would end up near the complex. I had seen the two merge at one point. As ...
... out to be disappointingly vacant and empty, a sharp contrast to the reported shena****ns of the Circo in Ancient Rome. Lunch was on the menu, so we stopped off within hailing distance (get it?) of the Colosseum at a small pizzeria for a 4 formaggi with a salata mista. Very appetising it was too. Round the back of the Colosseum, up through the Parco Traiano towards the disappointing Giardino Piazza Vittorio, and back to the hotel/hostel to pick up our bag.I could write ...