I just want to share with you a web page www.paginegialle.it - it's really useful while looking for addresses of diffrent places, it can help also to find an internet address if the business has one.
Try it out when you will look for some info in Rome.
Unfortuantely it's only in Italian :(
Just take the 'ole suitcase on wheels. I also have a small backpack that has wheels, this I use for a daypack. It stands up which makes it easier to pack and to find things. It worked great on the tour bus and it works great on trains too. The small backpack can be strapped to the suitcase on wheels or be used as a regular backpack. I travelled the last week in March and the first week in April, early spring in Italy. It was rainy some days, cool others and very warm some days. To accommodate all the changes in climate, I took layers of t-shirts, sweaters and a windbreaker, and a lightweight leather coat that could be worn under my windbreaker for added warmth. It all worked out very well and I didn't need a long raincoat. As in nearly everywhere in Europe, you can purchase whatever you need. It may take sign language if you don't speak Italian. It took a few gestures pointing at my head, nose and throat, but the pharmacist gave me the right drug and it worked great.
English Language Books
For friendly help with finding that rare read you have been looking for, go to the English bookshop on Via di Ripetta, just off Piazza del Popolo. It had all the current best-sellers and two of the friendliest ladies helped me find the book I wanted.
In other words Trattoria Vecchia Roma is a wonderful restaurant in Roma
Its a little difficult to find it anyway its worthed.
Local food is excellent and some of the food is prepared on spot near you...something to remember..
The restaurant is situated in a cave and in general local people use to eat in this lovely restaurant.
I want to remind you that the metro is closed at 22:30 and if you are late you have to find other transport facilities. I suggest you to try the wine of the house " vino dela casa " red one is preferably
Indian Dining in Rome
I love this place. It's more than casual dining, elegant with very courteous staff and good food.
They also have a fix (complete) menu at a very affordable price and yes, this place is very vegetarian friendly. Their complete menu should be enough with varied choices even for vegetarians.