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Nella stanza romana troverai due letti singoli che scendono o scompaiono all'interno di grandi ante di armadio, per poter poi muoversi più comodamente all'interno della stanza, collegamento internet e servizi in comune, cucina e bagno, posto auto, mi trovo a breve distanza dalla bellissima villa Pamphili un area verde che funge da polmone alla città di Roma, un autobus vi collegherà in 10 minuti a S. Pietro e musei vaticani, Piazza Navona campo de Fiori, o alla metropolitana A, e sempre in 10 minuti di macchina ( se lo richiedete posso accompagnarvi con la mia auto con un supplemento minimo per la benzina) si può raggiungere il Gianicolo con il suo splendido panorama sulla città, e Trastevere, l'antico quartiere (website hidden) sono una persona accogliente e solare mi diletto a scrivere novelle e poesie in versi e rima, e insieme al mio compagno che è parrucchiere volendolo può offrirvi il suo servizio ad un prezzo molto vantaggioso,anche lui stornellatore di poesie romanesche, dedichiamo ai nostri ospiti una poesia in dialetto (website hidden) piace inventare piatti culinari nuovi e gustosi, in cui sinceramente il mio compagno Alessandro eccelle più di me. Augurandovi una splendida permanenza a Roma vi salutiamo con calore.
In the Roman room you will find two single beds that descend or disappear within large doors wardrobe, to be able to move more easily around the room, internet and shared facilities, kitchen and bathroom, parking space, I am short distance from the beautiful villa Pamphili a green area that acts as a buffer to the city of Rome, a bus will connect you in 10 minutes to S. Peter and Vatican Museums, Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori, or the Metro A, and more in 10 minutes by car (if you request I accompany you with my car for a small fee for petrol) you can reach the Gianicolo with its splendid view of the city, and Trastevere, the old neighborhood (website hidden) are a welcoming person and I enjoy writing solar stories and poems in verse and rhyme, and together with my partner who is wanting hairdresser can offer its service at a very advantageous, he romanesche rhyming verse of poetry, a poem dedicated to our guests in Roman dialect. We like to invent new and tasty culinary dishes, which truly my partner Alexander excels over me. Wishing you a wonderful stay in Rome, we greet you warmly.
Amiamo l'onestà la cortesia e la buona educazione, ed è in queste virtù che vigono le regole della casa.
We love the honesty courtesy and good manners, and it is these virtues that the normal rules of the house.
Carla was a wonderful host! My daughter and i enjoyed staying with her. she was friendly, non-intrusive, gave us our own key, access to her kitchen. she doesn't speak English, but her French is ok. we spent a lot of time laughing over our communication woes! her friend, Alessandro, is a lovely man, also friendly, doesn't live there, but thank goodness he was there! He speaks a little bit of English. just enough for us to convey meaning. very helpful for figuring out our buses for the stay.
The place is small, but adequate. The bed is a pull down single. Again, adequate. The shower is a hand held hose over the tub. A bit tricky to manage, but ok.
Never having been to Italy, I was worried about being able to follow directions to her place. Upon leaving the airport, we had to find my way to the Termini Station. I asked directions. No problem. Upon arriving at the Termini Station in Rome, we headed over to the bus area directly in front. Bus H. It's labelled. Capasso. Hop on! It's a long ride, but don't give up. Once it reaches the end of the line, easy to know because it quite literally stops and everybody jumps off, Carla's place is just around the corner. Not having a cell phone, I made sure to have her phone number handy and asked somebody to make e phone call for me. Again, no problem. She was theremin minutes!
Bus H took us back into the city proper. We hopped off as soon as we s,as the Colosseum, marked the location in our heads, checked out the return stop (look for the "H" on the bus stop signs. On the way back, we were able to get off closer to Carla's actual street. She very carefully showed us landmarks to watch for.
Bus 98 was another easy bus stop to access St. Peter's (website hidden) in mind that the Roma Pass does NOT allow you into St. Peter's! We didn't know that and were on the way to the 2-hour lineup. Fortunately, there are a lot of local guides ready and willing to take you through. Suspicious, I nearly passed them by. The "Skip the Line" actually benefitted us!
There is a handy pharmacy just a few minutes from Carla's place. No matter where we turned, there was no shortage of them anywhere! My daughter and I have an iPhone App with an offline Italian translator. Handy, but far from ideal. Charades work well. :)
Overall, our Rome experience was wonderful and I definitely recommend staying at Carla's place if you're looking for something nice, not fancy. She embodies the friendliness of Roma! Grazie, Carla!
Carla was a wonderful host!! She made us dinner and breakfast, and her place was easily accessible by bus to anywhere in Rome. Highly recommend.
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