Cappuccino B&B

Livoro 1 Scala A Int, 1, Rome, 00162, Italy
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Friends, Romans, Countryment, Etc.....

by babygrand

We're going back to Rome this spring with some friends, most of whom have never been overseas before. We would like to have one dinner in a nice moderate priced restaurant, where there is music in the evening.... Several years ago, we went with students, and the restaurant we went to was very nicely decorated, it was quite large, and the staff was excellent. I have no idea where it was, nor what it's name is. However, this large family-type, with roving musicians singing is so much what you look forward to on a visit to Rome, I'd like any suggestions you may have for this type of night out. We'll be staying in the city, no cars, so we need to be able to use public transit and our feet to get us there. Thank you for any help. We're not really into the "club" scene, so are looking for the friendly neighourhood type places, only with music.. violin, accordian, guitar, mandolin, folk and classical both are appreciated.

Re: Friends, Romans, Countryment, Etc.....

by boderf

Check the VT travel guides. There are hundreds of restaurants reviewed and rated.

Re: Friends, Romans, Countryment, Etc.....

by Yashodara80

I don't know if it's rated, but there is a quite nice place if you want music during dinner, it's a theater restaurant in Trastevere, the name is Fantasie di Trastevere, they have good food and show (mainly music because it's for tourists and so everyone can enjoy no matter what his language is). It's not a family restaurant but maybe you want to give it a try.

Re: Friends, Romans, Countryment, Etc.....

by babygrand

Thanks Yashodara80 (Anna?) That what we're looking for. The Reviews really focus on the food, convenience, etc. so I'm not really getting a feel for where the music is. I've gone through a lot of reviews, so thought there might be someone with a little "insider knowledge" who could help.

Re: Friends, Romans, Countryment, Etc.....

by swissfondue

Your description sounds exactly like Ristorante La Cisterna in Trastevere.

It is one of the oldest restaurants in Rome and having a meal there was one of the highlights of my trip. Its not so much about the food, which was quite ok, but the atmosphere and the history. It is a large family run restaurant all the generations working together (and trying to outdo each other) and being serenaded by accordian playing musicians in their eighties is something you wont forget.

If you are interested the address is: Via della Cisterna, 13
Telephone: 06 5812543/06 5827008

Travel Tips for Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo

by sandysmith

Back in Rome in the summer of 2003 it was so hot we decided to visit this fortress, which was begun in AD 139 as Emperor Hadrian's mausoleum. Not only was it a cool place to escape the intense heat but it was really interesting and the views from the top were terrific. In fact I'd say it was the hilight of our return trip that summer. It has since been used as a citadel and prison. It has also been used as a residence of the popes in times of political unrest. It is now a museum with military relics and art works.

A day to Ostia Antiqua. You go...

by eden_teuling

A day to Ostia Antiqua. You go to the Railway station by bus e.g., buy a return ticket for Ostia and wait for the comfortable train, but always be on the alert...for itchy fingers... The oly thing you have to do is 'cambio' and that means 'change trains' otherwise you will end up somewhere unknown. Their knowledge of English is scanty, so have your little book 'How and What in Italian' at hand.
Travelling by train is very pleasant.
In this photo you see 'the Public Toilets' (in Rome and Ostia Antiqua) because people didn't have toilets in their houses, they went to these public toilets like going to a public bath. You can see that they sat there side by side, probably gossiping? : can you imagine????

Agility on two wheels

by sinoda

Laugh at the car drivers and dash through between the cars during (constant) traffic jam.

Only, it takes some guts not only to mount one these speedsters but to actually drive them, for once you are being sucked up by the flow you may not pace down, THAT would be dangerous.

However, these vehicles are undisputedly a good alternative to four-wheeld transportation.

Thoroughly enjoyable albeit slooooow service!

by Jenniflower about (Need to find name in notes, pls look again soon)

We were looking for a restaurant off the main tourist roads,that also had seating for allof us this time of night. Having a baby with us meant earlier meals than the time people usually eat, but this suited us as it meant we found space at restaurants easier, and then had time to walk it all off! haha

Our time here was fine, albeit the service being VERY slow. The restaurant wasnt crowded either at this time, so I am not sure where the waiter was half the time. The table next to us had 4 adults (sounded like Canadians). Three of them got their meals in good time, and the fourth - who'd ordered a steak, got his only 45 minutes aftre they had finished their meals!

But he never saw it, as, having waited so long for his meal, he got up and left his friends, saying he'd meet them later at their hotel. We ended up chatting to them as it was so clear what had happened. They were so shocked with the service, and then, to top it off... when they did FINALLY bring this poor man's meal out, they were so put-out and cross that he wasn't there and hadn't waited for it! To be honest, I would not have waited half the time he waited for the meal. Our food was delicious - the pizzas super! We all felt like pizza and ordered different ones.

The wine was okay, nothing special, but then we had ordered inexpensive wine, so cannot complain!

The atmosphere was nice, the musicians playing for most of the time we sat there.


by maartenw

The obvious icon of ancient Rome. A marvellous ruin with a stunning history and a huge impact on the appearance of the city. Always lots of tourists, but waiting lines aren't that long. The Colosseum itself is big enough to absorb the hords.
Tip: Amusing to watch the 'gladiators' outside, wearing plastic helmets and smoking cigarettes. They are only after your money if you want to take a picture of them.


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