by ROSEN, J.
We enjoyed our stay in Rome ! The B&B was centally located and made walking to various attractios quite easy. Walking to the Borghese park was very pretty ambling down Via Veneto and all the fine shops,. Another day we walked toTrastevere and stopped to see the Jewish Ghetto area. In the evening we walked around the Monti district and ate at a neighborhood restaruant.
For our anniversary we dined at La Teverna dei Fori Imperial. This was perhaps the best restaruant we ate at during our two weeks in Italy. It is near the Colosseum and definitely one of the top restaruants in Rome. It isn't overly pricey but you do need reservations. The wall is covered with photos of famous folks that have eaten there. Al Pucino and Woody Allen to name just two.
This was our first experience with remote controlled Air Conditioning. I spent at least 15 minutes trying to figure out how to turn it on. Finally I called the front desk. I have to admit tha I felt stupid once I was shown the remote and the very apparent "On" button. Making phone calls was a bit of a challenge until I learned that I needed to dial "0" for an outside line.
1)The hotel is located close to the Termini Station which made it easy to get to from the Airport. We took the Terravision Bus for only 4 euros from the airport to the Termini and walked from there to our room.
2)The room was very quiet and very clean with modern decor, with in-room free local phone and WiFi
3)The staff, Alba and Jerry were exceptional making us feel welcome and comfortable.