We found Tiber Camping in a couple of our camping books, but they had conflecting information. Finding a place in Rome that will be close enough to get us into the sites with out having to travel all day was one of the first things of interest to us. Second was how well the campground was run and how clean the toilet and shower areas are. This is were the conflecting information came in..."very rustic" to "new toilet facilities"...we held our breath and hoped for the best. It is very nice, and "Auntie:" Ann will have to wait to see some of the others, and I'm sure she will... This may sound like a broken record, but we had some more washing to take care of and then it was off to find a grocery store. The grocery store in Italy is one of the hardest to secure. They are not very plentiful, and when found, they are small...no "Hyper-markets" here... Oh ya, we also found the IKEA store, so we had to make a visit there as well. "We will be back" before we leave Rome... In looking for "that perfect pitch", here in the campground, we met another American couple that have purchased a class B motorhome and are making an extended camping trip through Europe. And then parking in the next 2 spots to them, were 2 Brits who are also doing the same thing. About 2 years seems to be the length common to all. I hope we can keep in touch. As it was, everyone has some very interesting tales to tell.