For about 10 euros you’ll have an Italian number and a SIM card that you can use in any free GSM phone. Bring you two phones on your trip, or you buy one at your arrival at a cost of 30 euros. If you do not have to pay the roaming in a time of call to Conference with your corporate headquarters, you’ve already saved. When I buy a local number, what I always do is send an email to colleagues and contacts with those who would have to talk about during my stay. Having access to Internet is not so easy. You can buy you a 3 G Prepaid Internet account, although it is expensive, and so are the costs per megabyte. The best option is to find a bar with Wifi in the vicinity of your accommodation in Rome: recognize it because they tend to have a Wifi Zone logo on the outside.
A plus will be a good cappuccino or espresso with much aroma while you person your e-mail. Eating in Rome there are many articles, and even books, talking out eat in Rome, so I will give you only two indications so that you can quickly decide where breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, nothing easier than well fill the stomach with your hotel buffet breakfast. If you want to get close to one of the many cafes in Rome, You can mix you with the Romans and live the morning Roman atmosphere and even save a few euros. Many cafes open from 7 in the morning. So you can taste an Italian Croissant, which in Italy is called Cornett and a delicious capuuccino to start the day. My suggestion is that you enter only at sites where you can see Italians and not tourists. While many scientists are studying how the Italians can be so thin a diet based on pasta, different types of bread and olive oil, experience tells me that it is because they don’t eat much.