Hello! My name is Fabrizio, i live in a flat in Rome in the residential quarter Portuense. Perhaps you are planning your holidays. Have you thought of spending a few days in Rome? Would you like to enjoy the beauties of the everlasting town? I have something that will suit you: my house!
It is situated in a compound surrounded by the green natural reserve of the "Valle dei Casali". Even if it is not far from the center of the town, here you can feel to be living out of the city. It is noiseless, you can experience the best relax after a sightseeing day around museums and monuments.
The apartment is at the third floor with a lift. It is composed of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living-room and a kitchen. The furniture is essential and of good taste.
The bedroom where you are going to stay are supplied with a double divan-bed, a wardrobe, a night-table and a desk. There are also a lot of compact-discs, you are allowed to listen to them. The room is provided with a private bathroom.
A roomy kitchen is completely available: there is a 4 fires stove, an electric oven and a microwave, a kettle, a coffee espresso or american coffee machine and a dishwasher; there is a table for the meals, everything you need for your cooking is at your disposal: crockery, cutlery, oil, sugar, butter, etc. You will also find capsules for espresso coffee and many types of tea.
In the main bathroom you'll find a washing-machine you could use, in my presence; in your room you'll find all towels, sheets and blankets for your necessities, hair dryer and obviously soap and toilet paper.
The best means of transport to reach the street where i live is the car: there is a large parking-car available to you. If you have no car, you will find shops for all necessities and the bus-stops to reach the town-center and those to reach the Metro within a 10 minute walk. Compatibly with my work (luckily I have much free time), during your staying I can give you a lift (10 minutes by car at no extra charge) to/from the nearest Metro station or to/from number 8 tram (which arrives in Piazza Venezia). Also at your arrival or your departure, in exchange for a small reimbursement for petrol, i shall be able to catch you or bring you at Fiumicino airport or at Ciampino airport.
At your arrival you'll find a complete guide of Rome at your disposal and useful information about the means of transport.
My house is not far from Villa Pamphili one of the most beautiful and large park in Rome; Porta Portese the very famous second-hands objects market (clothes, furniture, etc); Viale Marconi and Viale dei Colli Portuensi are two streets useful for your shopping; Viale Trastevere, where you will find many typical restaurants and many local and where it is very pleasant to walk during the summer evenings.
If you need to control your E-mail and look for Internet information a network Wi-Fi is available. In the living room there is a printer that you can use if you need to print tickets and reservations.
In your room there is a portable air conditioner with water function; anyway, since the room facing east, is affected by the sun only in the morning and because the flat is surrounded by a lot of green and it is always cool.
I can speak a little English and a little French. During your staying i will do my best to let you enjoy your holidays and satisfy all your needs.
The house rules are those governing the proper use of energy resources and those needed to ensure a pleasant and respectful coexistence, making sure, however, rely on your good education and your maturity.
In particular you must:
Do not make noise at night (after 11 pm) and early afternoon (from 2 to 4 pm).
Remember to close the throttle after you have finished cooking.
Turn off lights and appliances when not at home.
No smoking inside, but only on the living room's balcony.
Do not get other people in the apartment.
Keep clean and tidy in common spaces, and your room upon your departure.
Not to cause damage to environments, furniture and objects (please pay attention to your luggage!).
It 'better to eat in the kitchen and not walk with shoes inside the house.