Hotel Villa Pinciana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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It's exactly 1:36 AM here in Roma Italia! Just got back from a delicious dinner where I had house-made pasta with funghi (muh-mooms) and a bottle of vino, shared with my four other housemates. We also proceeded to go to the bars after dinner in the same little Piazza called Travestere, which is a neighborhood full of young people. All my housemates are very nice, each pretty different in personality but we get along! Fun ...
"When in Rome" we tried to hit all of the tourist attractions; the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon (the largest unreinforced concrete dome), Trevi Fountain, Il Vittoriano (also known as the "wedding cake" building, Spanish steps, and Vatican City. Rome is a very walkable city with everything you want to see within a ...
... at Naples, we were meet by our very friendly driver. We set of slowly because it was peck hour in Naples but it didn't take long before we were speeding down the road, we went past Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius in the distance, with the water on our right and we can see the island of Capri. We went thorough the towns of Sorrento, Positano, Praiano, it is an amazing drive weaving along the coast through small town, shops, restaurant, churches, people, ...
... times, the heat was unbearable, so we had extra clothing that we were carrying with us and dipped it into the nearby fountains and laid it on our shoulders and heads to cool off. We were also lucky enough to be standing next to a church group from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who kept us well entertained with their singing and dancing. Finally, a window in the Building was opened and a regal banner draped from the window sill. A few minutes ...
... the herd, is the best option for finding good and inexpensive food, otherwise you end up paying ridicoulous amounts for mediocre fare.
Our second day, we went to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Thanks to a tip from a traveler we’d met in Barcelona, we avoided the two hour long lines and got our tickets online before hand. My favorite part about our visit was seeing the clues, found in the stadium, to the lives of the ancient ...