B&B i tre pupazzi

Via dei Tre Pupazzi 4, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
Prices starting from $80.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by justin_parker


... After visiting underneath, we went up to the 3rd level of the colosseum which is also only accessible with a guide. From here we had phenomenal views of the entire colosseum and the surrounding areas.

After the end of the tour we slowly made our way out of the grand stadium and back to the hostel. We made the acquaintance of a hilarious German who we called Freddy. As we were not greatly hungry after a fabulous kebab for lunch, we went and got a few beers and a massive ...

Rome - Day 11

A travel blog entry by coznlinda


... go through security but I wasn't worried since there are 3,000 seats available and room for 57,000 others to stand. This early bird got a great seat ROW 14 from the front! The little old Italian ladies were the funniest to watch. By now, it's about 7:30 and mass does not start until 10:30. Lots of time to people watch and snap photos. The skies were a beautiful blue and when the sunrise came over St. Peter's Basilica it gave it a luminous glow. Just fantastic. ...

Roma, Italia

A travel blog entry by sophslife


... huge screens. The show took us through ancient Rome. I didn't learn anything new, but that was only because I was fascinated with Rome and had read a few books about it.

Heading out of the Time Machine place, we decided to get some pizza for dinner, and ice cream afterwards. Italy+pizza+ice cream= Yum!
We then went to the Trevi fountain! It was dark out and the lights on the fountain made it shine through the rain. The Trevi fountain is just so amazing! ...

My first city.....

A travel blog entry by herewego14


... I doubt the group even made it round before it shut. So I split off and ventured around myself. Inside makes you realise how big this place actually is, upstairs is pretty cool !! Housing crocodile,lion and human bones along with other bits and bobs that they have dug up. Expenses. Rome is a city and with that comes big prices. Though I stuck to making my own butties and down town cafes and take outs are really cheap to. ...

Day 23 - Colosseo, Roma

A travel blog entry by lisawesty


... until the Christians came that basilicas became holy places. Most of the buildings that were more in tact from ancient Rome were later converted to churches and consecrated. The remaining Roman buildings were plundered in the middle ages for building materials.

We learnt about Augustus and Caesar and Hadrian and the Roman peoples. We saw many ruins and the ruins of the palace and stadium on Palantine Hill. You could just imagine how it was ...

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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Statua di Santa Caterina.
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