A Testaccio da Max B&B

Address: Via Orazio Antinori 7, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Porta Portese, Testaccio, San Francesco d'Assisi a Ripa, and Nuovo Sacher.
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    Day 2 - Sept 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by mikesusy on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... no idea how to prepare the bacon. It looked like a large bunch of bacon was tossed into a skillet and never flipped over - the bottom got burnt and the top layers were not cooked much.

    We had another fabulous day. We saw classical Rome today. We visited the Piazza Venezia, the Circus Maximus, the Arch of Constantine outside the Roman Colosseum, the Roman Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Piazza Navona and the ...

    The Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by ramblinrover on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... set off for the Coliseum. The arena is a massive edifice, dedicated to the entertainment of the typical ancient Roman. Much of it has been lost through the cannibalization of building materials for other buildings. But more than enough remains to impress the visitor with how massive an undertaking these games were. Fortunately we were able to enjoy it in the relative cool of the morning before the crowds descended on the site. ...

    Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... you can walk around are the forum, a basilica, a few different bath houses and the amphitheatre. Some of the wealthier homes have been excavated and you can walk into them, see some of the rooms and see partial frescoes on the walls and mosaics on the floor. Some still had fountains in place. One place that stood out was the Villa De Misteri, a summer house that belonged to people who lived elsewhere. You can walk through the house and many rooms still ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by bobmclovin on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... arrived and have met up with the tour guides and the other people in the tour group as we walk through it looks very old as parts of it have fallen down and it doesn't surprise me that it was built in 80 AD.

    The outer wall is estimated to have required over 100,000 cubic meters of travertine stone which were set without mortar held together by 300 tons of iron clamps. When it ...

    Day 30 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by doddtravels on Sep 28, 2013

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    Early start this morning for our tour of the Vatican museums and Sistene chapel. We set off full of excitement at what ahead. Our tour was a skip the line tour, promising to give us access without queuing. Turns out the only "skip" part was the entry, as once inside you found your self amongst the throng - there were literally 1000's of people within the Vatican ...