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Forum Posts

Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by picchio42

Hi

We would like to spend this New Years Eve at Piazza del Popolo in Rome. First we would like to have something to eat, but I understand that most restaurants or pizza places in Rome have special dinner menus, dancing etc.
Can anyone recommend any pizzeria in the central part with normal service and price. Afterwards we would make our way to Piazza di Poloplo by foot.

Thanks a lot

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by unaS

Thermal/silk long undies and undergloves. Also thin silk socks under thin woolen socks.

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by craic

huh??

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by unaS

Why "huh?" ?

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by craic

because this question seems to me to be about a pizzeria in rome for new year's eve

is vt desperately glitching?

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by unaS

OMG! I wrote that answer to the question about warm clothing on the Misc. forum!

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by unaS

This one:
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-452883-1-1-Miscellaneous-0-0-World-discussion.html?s=2&p=1&l=0

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by craic

so vt is desperately glitching - or maybe a slip of the finger

anyway now you understand why i keyed in - huh???

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by unaS

Oh yes, I do now. ;)

Re: Normal price pizzeria New Year's Eve

by gildapaolina

Of course many restaurants use to propose special menus for New Years Eve, but Rome is a big town and luckily offers several choices.
If what's you're looking for is a nice pizzeria for an informal dinner, I would suggest pizzeria Le Carrette, near Via Cavour and Via dei Fori Imperiali (Vicolo delle Carrette 14, tel. +39 06 6792770): it might be open and for about 15 euros you can eat one of best pizzas in Rome!

Many young people love also eating take-away pizzas, walking in the city center: it's the funny and cheapest way to spend the last year's day dinner :)
Enjoy Rome!

Travel Tips for Rome

An expatriot in Rome

by Pawtuxet

Marianne's cousin lives in Rome now. She left the United States many, many years ago to take a job in Rome. She loved it so, that she has made it her permanent home. She enjoyed hearing about a variety of things happening in the states....NYC was her home when she was young. She lives in a quiet neighborhood outside the city's center. We travelled by bus to find her and enjoyed a lovely lunch in her apartment.
There are wonderful courtyards filled with gardens behind the buildings, and convenient little shops close by. We walked around the block and enjoyed some of the ordinary daily life of the residents there.
I have read about VTers who have done as Marianne's cousin, and fallen in love with a city or country to adopt it as their own. It's a curious thing how a place 3,000 miles from where you grew up can sometimes overwhelm you so much as to make you want to stay forever. Is it in the water? Or are there special vibrations?

Crypt of the Capuchin monks

by illumina

The crypt is located just under Santa Maria della Concezione, on Via Veneto just off Piazza Barberini. In 1631, the remains of many Capuchin friars were exhumed and transferred from the friary near the Trevi Fountain to this crypt, which now contains the remains of 4,000 monks buried between 1500-1870, during which time the Papal States permitted burial in and under churches. The underground crypt is divided into five chapels lit only by dim natural light seeping in through cracks, and small lamps which cast strange shadows.

Each chamber has been decorated with the bones, which are arranged on the ceilings and walls forming intracate patterns or have been sorted in piles against walls. Each of the chambers are different, some even contain the haunting full skeletons of monks clothed in the traditional brown habit. It is quite a strange sight to see human remains displayed in this way, but fascinating nonetheless.

I've read elsewhere that the present monks run the crypt and take donations etc, but none were present when we visited; instead a young woman was seated behind the table in the entrance hall. You are asked to make a donation, and there are postcards for sale, as photography is not permitted.

Definitely a must-see when in Rome!

Rome at night

by meteorologist1 about streets of Rome

The streets and landmarks light up at night. Italians tend to eat dinner late, usually at 9 o'clock. That is when the restaurants are filled with people. Just walk the streets of Rome at night, but do not go to areas where there are less people -- there may be danger.

Good Rome Cuisine!!!

by Fleaartist about Santo Padre

The food is really good fresh and home made, the owner is great! He looks like is coming out from a 60's Italian film.
The restaurant is quite normal and not really sophisticated, but is real and the reason to go there is the food!
Is better to reserve a table. The starters are the best thing for me! They give you hot and cold antipasto, from mozzarella di bufala, to meat balls!!! Meat balls are the best!!!!! Don't miss it!

Cooking Holiday Roman Countryside- Authentic

by freespirit2010

My husband and I attended a one week italian cooking holiday in September, with a company called 'Convivio Rome'. We were truly blown away by the whole experience as it was far more than just cooking with fresh local ingredients. Firstly, we got to stay in a little medieval house with a garden, within the historic walls of Toffia.. We overlooked a valley filled with olive trees and the central church that chimed on the hour, and enjoyed being ' a local' in a very unspoilt and authentic medieval hilltop village. This experience alone was worth it! The cooking holiday programme included 3 cooking lessons, followed by lunch with local wines, afternoon excursions to visit neighbouring villages, monastries, chocolate factory, an olive grove tour (lead by a very enthusiastic couple), a day trip to Rome (to see some areas I have never seen before, around the back streets) and a wine tasting evening. Sally and Guido (an Australian-Italian couple who run Convivio Rome) were friendly and attentive hosts who made sure the pace was relaxed. We never felt rushed and enjoyed our free time as much as joining in with all the activities on offer. We were in a small group of 6 so always felt our individual needs were easily looked after. Oh, and the food, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients and wine were fabulous. My only complaint was we had to leave!

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