Spacious, ground-floor flat in Monteverde area of Rome, 5 minutes walk from Villa Pamphili Park. Ideal for a young/middle-aged couple, but can take up to 4 persons (2 couples for the 2 double beds). Well connected to the city centre and main airport.
Master bedroom (double bed), bathroom (bath, shower), studio (serves as second bedroom if necessary with a comfortable, folding double-bed futon), lounge, kitchen. Lovely patio/terrace with a lush array of plants.
2 minutes walk to public transport (No.8 tram to Trastevere [restaurant district] and/or Largo Argentina [city centre]). All modern conveniences available (including Sky TV). Smokers and pets welcome (pets must, however, stay outside of the flat in the patio area and refrain from disturbing neighbours).
Open to all offers from Namibia and/or Botswana - we are very flexible regarding dates. Duration: 2 to 3 weeks.
More photos of our flat are available on request via Google Web Photos - just ask us for the link and we will send it to your email address. Google Earth coordinates: 41°52'31.78"N 12°26'32.97"E (copy > paste into "Fly To" field). Google Earth is free software available at: http://earth.google.com
From our flat you are a mere 15 minutes tram ride to the heart of Rome. Come and see the Colosseum, The Forum ruins, The Circo Massimo (where Ben Hur did his thing) and perhaps even wave at the Pope! And you've never tasted pizza like this! We are also a 5-minute walk from a famous, vast park where you can "chill out" after visiting our bustling city - Villa Pamphilli.
More photos of our flat are available on request via Google Web Photos - just ask us for the link and we will send it to your email address. To see our local surrounds, use Google Earth coordinates: 41°52'31.78"N 12°26'32.97"E (copy > paste into "Fly To" field). Google Earth is free software available at: http://earth.google.com
There are just the two of us: I am an IT consultant and my wife is a Press Officer's Assistant - a middle-aged couple with over 10 successful exchanges completed to date (and 2 more coming up in 2011 - Istanbul and Manila). Both of us work for a United Nations agency in Rome, Italy. I lived in South Africa for many years (and in Oranjemund, Namibia for 3 years) and that's where my heart really is. I am very eager to show my Italian wife the splendours of Africa (Namibia and/or Botswana). We are, however, open to all offers.