Chez Gabrielle

via Trasaghis, 18/D, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on via Trasaghis, 18/D, Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, Bastia, and Via Salaria.
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    Sistine Chapel second time around was a charm!

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on May 30, 2014

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    ... still napping while I am typing this). When we arrived back at our B&B at 3:30 p.m. we had walked 7.5 miles. I guess that justifies another gelato later on tonight! So another fabulous day in Roma. 75 degrees and sunny , no humidity (good hair days) and a beautiful breeze. We'll probably head out in a bit to enjoy a nice Roman evening before getting another good night of rest. We are taking a Context Tour tomorrow through the Colosseum and Roman ...


    A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... us was quite stressful, with Paul realising when we got back to the hotel, that his passport and phone had been pick pocketed sometime in the afternoon. A taxi trip to the nearest police station (that in itself was interesting with the police station fortified!), police report and follow up with the Australian Consulate by email ensured that no rest was had. Through the wonders of Facebook, Rachel communicated to us that she did not appreciate ...

    Day 03 – Nothing But Vatican Today!

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... Office to pick-up your tickets.

    The tour starts with some representations of the shrine and alters we were going to see. We then went into the old Roman necropolis. They started as above ground burial buildings and eventually were filled in over time. Each time a new church was built, more fill was deposited over them. We only saw the few that have been excavated. They think there are many more under the basilica.

    We finally came to Saint ...

    Being a tourist in Rome

    A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 10, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... although some of it has come down Geoff told Liam and I this was because the romans had used some of it to build other buildings!!! it is so tall and steep and it'a bit scary to think of what used to go on in there especially the killing of the Christians. To see how big the floor is and to hear the guide say that the floor used to be red with blood from humans, that just seems so wrong that people used to do ...

    Food Walking Tour Rome

    A travel blog entry by joyf on Oct 23, 2012

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    ... became famous after he had died). However, the gravesite next to his was an od friend of John Keats and hence he placed a tombstone next to his with the words "To the memory of Joseph Severn devoted friend and death-bed companion of John Keats...". One would think that he did that as a favour to John Keats however rumour has it that Joseph Severn is labled a 'name-dropper', one who likes to associate himself with the famous. This was highlighted by the ...