Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> About 7.30 we turn left out our front door instead of right and walk down about 200 metres and find the Piazza Di San Lorenzo which is charming and full of trattorias. A friendly waiter named Alberto waves us in and we sit down to a lovely meal....pasta of course. The boys follow it up with tirimisu and pannacotta and then it's home to bed....again exhausted but exhilarated. Tomorrow will definitely be a big day!
Ragazzi e ragazze della buonanotte....
... They seem to have started every major project in the country all at the same time but we never actually saw any people working!
Thanks to our pointless detour we missed our train by minutes. We arrived at the station and put our selection into the ticketing machine. A warning displayed on the screen saying that our train was departing in 5 minutes and asking us if we'd like to proceed. We hit 'yes' but then realised we didn't have enough change to pay for it. The ...
It was the Feast of the Assumption of Mary today and a public holiday... Also Ben prepared a 3 course feast for our dinner. Stracciatella soup Saltimbocca with gnocchi and tomato and mushroom ragu Sponge finger biscuits with peaches and ice cream Of course it was all ...
... was so, well Jewish. All the food was so authentic, and the places were authentic too. Next on the agenda was shopping, which didn't surprise me. We got two hours to shop and eat. And we had pizza for the lunch for the 4th day in a row. After lunch we got to go back to the market we went to on the first full day which was awesome because we got to get some more shopping for our family done. We re visited the Trevi fountain, even though it was much more packed then ...
... forced to live during persecution in Ancient Rome but is now a lively restaurant district. We found a great little restaurant there where we sat and shared a pizza and a pasta dish for lunch. We left the restaurant and then a thunder storm started with an absolute downpour of rain. We took cover under a building for a while until it eased off a bit. We then walked past the ancient theatre which is similar in construction to the Colosseum and up to Ara ...