A Testaccio da Max B&B

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 Il Canestro.
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    Quid pro nobis Romanos?

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 30, 2014

    29 photos

    ... for me!" Oddly, and rather sweetly I thought, people still regularly leave roses on the site where he died. We saw a group of folks doing just that. From there we walked to the monument to Vittori Emmanuel. He was the king that united Italy and is something of a hero. His monument is, erm… monumental. It makes Nelsons Column look a little pathetic really. It absolutely dominates the city and the white marble shines like a diamond in amongst the ...

    Halloween in Rome.

    A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... pumpkin pie, chocolate dirt, fruit mash, and cookies. It was a very nice meal. After dinner was the costume judging. Lane got third, Monte Cristo got second, and bus 64 got first. It was really fun seeing everybody's costumes. We cleaned up in a jiffy and headed downstairs to the chapel to have adoration. Around 10 we headed home and went to bed. I packed for my trip to Pompeii and Capri tomorrow!!


    A morning absorbed in Ruins of Ostia Antica

    A travel blog entry by karenbrian on Sep 10, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... amp; handbag stores. We just so happened upon Anticqica alley!!! So that was most of the day gone! Piazza Navona was alive with music & artworks of the city. After we faultered here for awhile to re-energise (the back coping well so far!) we wanted some more of those little shops. Lost in time we came across Teatro Marcello where their is a very good example of Rome over time building upon Roman ruins.

    From Pious to Pele

    A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley on Jul 24, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    The Vatican City. Picturesque, and the setting for many conspiracy theories both fiction and non. Intrigue and wonder are hidden behind its well funded boundaries. Would it have been worth the long wait? That is, if I hadn't purchased skip the line tour tickets? Or a better question, was it worth the money? And the short answer is No. But the basis of my decision is this. Being that I was raised Catholic and spent a lifetime in a determined and faithful household. I can happily say I am ...

    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by gatormark on Jun 29, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... did when we saw the Coliseum. The only major difference is the 2000 year old stone under our feet.

    From there we made our way the the first of the 7 hills of Rome, Palatine Hill, where we walked about the ruins of the Flavian Palace. Strolling down some of the same hallways as great Roman Emperors, and visiting much of their private residency. I was amazed at the priceless marble columns and ...