So Egea Al Casale was recommended by the concierge at the Marriott, but we were told to take a taxi. We were stubborn and hoofed it ourselves there. Were not told it's a walk along a highway without a sidewalk and that at the end,...More
We had pizza while having a view of the city lights of southern Rome, because this resto was perched on a hill -near the Muratella Train station. Because of the December cold night, we ate indoors.