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Rome apartment review from TexasAggie - 3B/2Bth near Pantheon

Shame, shame on me for the long delay in posting this review! We found out we were expecting baby #2 the day before we departed for our "Italy with a toddler trip", and life has been quite busy ever since. New baby boy is now one month old, first little boy is 28 months, and before I start dreaming of a 2014 trip, I'm committed to posting at least some reviews! :-)

Here is a link to the apartment review on SlowTrav. It is the Seminario apartment rented through Sleep in Italy.

Additional details to add... I cannot emphasize enough how spacious this apartment is, especially given its extremely central location about 2 minutes from the Pantheon. The kitchen, dining room / sitting area, the study, and one twin bedroom face the street and these rooms were noisy. A white noise machine and ear plugs completely solved the noise issue in the bedroom for me and I'm a light sleeper. The other two bedrooms were very quiet. There is a washing machine in the kitchen but no dryer and no clothes line. We strung a line we'd brought across the tiny balcony and air dried some of our son's clothes that way. 19 month old boys have a way of going through clean clothes so we really appreciated being able to wash. There were wardrobes in every bedroom and plenty of hangers. No extra pillows. The owners were extremely nice and we had no problems with the bill, terms, etc.

Happy to answer any questions!

Best, TA

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