Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... small rave regarding Roman food. For appertivo (pay for a drink and get some complimentary snack) we were treated to truffle paste on toast, mozzarella, zucchini wrapped bread sticks and bruschetta. All of which were incredible. Enough food porn for now.
Our final day lead us to the Vatican. The 90-minute line up for the Vatican museum passed rather quickly with crossword games and constant harassment to pay exorbitant fees ...
... and pounded the cobblestone roads within minutes straight to the Colosseum, WOW, pretty impressive .......! We roamed around for hours in this area, everything is so much closer than we expected, and such a great way to soak it all in. So.. Dinner, that's fairly obvious, we went to a recommended pizzeria, not sure why but they are amazing, and yes, having trouble with my pants now! DAY 30 ROME Jumped on a hop on hop off to cover some more ground faster to see the sights ...
... Catholic should one day visit here just to see where all the top decisions are made. It's cool to see the central place of work and actually be in the place you've heard much about. After some more pizza and spaghetti we now head out of Italy towards Southern France. The original plan of staying in Turin is not possible due to the lack of hostel rooms available. I really wanted to see the hometown and place of work where one of the ...
... if it is not and then the inevitable head slap when he realizes it’s in his back pocket/backpack/camera bag or…well you again get the idea! Despite all this he’s mostly great fun and never boring as a travelling companion!
We lunched back at the station which is a precinct where all the tourist services seem to congregate. We picked up our “Roma Pass” which entitles us to free entry or discounted entry to a range ...
... coin toss in the Trevi Fountain. (Guess that means we will be coming back to Rome some day.) One more item off of our "bucket list", we were ready to head back to Trastevere. During our stroll there on Saturday night we had noticed several trattorias that advertised "appertivos" - the Italian equivalent of "happy hour" that we discovered in Florence.
On our way back to cross the Tiber we came across the Chiesa di ...