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guest room in a typical old Roman building of the erly 1900's, near to the central area and monumental points of interest,well connected with all kind of public transport buses and subways near also to the main train station. the district is well equipped with bars and restaurants, from the house in a walking distance there is a sparkling area full of pubs an little caffè called Pigneto where you can have a nice evening also far from the touristic areas. the house is a gay owned house everybody is welcomed. The apartment itself is situated inside an older Roman building, complete with atmospheric courtyard garden, invitingly shadowy lobby and old-fashioned, creaky lift. Yet it is spotless and modern, and the rooms are laid out so that you have complete privacy. There are two cats, one shy and one friendly. You never go to meet the retiring cat, but the friendly cat is incredibly sweet. Even for those who don’t like cats, however, I have to say that as the rooms are in a different area of the house behind closed doors, you’ll only see as much of them as you wish.
this is a double room with 2 tween beds witch you can have them or as big king size or 2 separate singles and also you can ask for an extra bed if it's needed, the bathroom is private and external to the room
Nightly Rate: EUR 55 - EUR 100
Nightly Rate: EUR 55 - EUR 100
Rome, Italy (FCO-Leonardo Da Vinci (Fiumicino)) 25 miles
These are the instructions to get to my place from the fiumicino airport, you can take the train to Tuscolana station it costs 8 euros and it takes 35 min then the 16 buses for 5 stops. Instead if you want to walk from Tuscolana station it s10/15 min walk and from the station go to Ragusa square then Taranto street up to the intersection with Foligno street turn right up to the end where you find the Spice street and on the left at the 95 is my place. Ring to D'arcangelo. For any problem call my mobile +393483801726. Instead if you are coming from Ciampino airport you can take a bus from the airport to Anagnina station that is the headline of the metro line A and get off at San Giovanni station it's 500 m from my house and via la Spezia's start from there so you have to walk on the left side up to the 95. If you are coming by train from a Sam terms take the metro line A and get off at station St. John there are only 3 stop, if you don't want to walk or you have heavy luggage wen you get out of San Giovanni station in the middle of the street there is a cross platform with the bus stop from there you can take either the bus 1, 81, 810 and get of in Camerino 5 stops Spice that is in front of my house. From the termini station you can also take the bus direction costamagna 16 and get off at Spezia Camerino. It's the slowest way.
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