Abitazione Pigneto

Address: Via Perugia, 16, Rome, Lazio, 00176, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prenestina area of Rome, is near Roman Walls, Castelluccio, Porta Maggiore, and Grauco.
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    Good morning from Rome!

    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... have appetizers of sliced meats and cheeses, so we were both really happy to eat salads again. The cow tail was also really, really good. It was sort of like a beef stew, but with a lot of bones. After dinner, we walked around a bit and went into a gelato place for dessert. Chris had a cannoli which was really good and I had mango sorbetto. I've decided that I like sorbetto better than gelato. Sorbetto is usually fruit flavored and is less sweet. Kind of ...


    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Feb 01, 2015

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    ... at the end of a service and there was singing to organ music which was very atmospheric. On our way to Piazza Navona we stopped at a restaurant for lunch, bruschetta, pasta, tiramisu and red wine, very Italian, and delicious. The piazza is laud out on the ruins of an arena built in AD 86, it was paved over in the 15th century and was Rome's main market square for over 300 years, there are ...

    Day 54 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... elephants, giraffes, aurochs, wisents, Barbary lions, panthers, leopards, bears, Caspian tigers, crocodiles and ostriches. Battles and hunts were often staged amid elaborate sets with movable trees and buildings. Such events were occasionally on a huge scale; Trajan is said to have celebrated his victories in Dacia in 107 with contests involving 11,000 animals and 10,000 gladiators over the course of 123 days. • the Middle Ages used the Colosseum as a quary, for housing and ...

    Arrivederci London, Ciao Roma!

    A travel blog entry by lmules on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... where Jarrod and I picked up some of the most delicious Turkish delight I've ever had), and took the tube to Camden Town (where Amy Winehouse lived and died) to see the markets. It was piiiiissing down. Looked through a few t-shirt stands, and then I just had to get out of the rain so Jarrod and I decided to try the cafe we've been seeing everywhere - Pret A Manger.... I'd love to know how many of these there are in London. ...

    The Vatican Museums, Pantheon, and Italian Popo

    A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 17, 2014

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    Rome 1

    We found our hostel pretty easily but when we arrived we discovered that there was nobody there. This turned out to be actually a positive things throughout our stay there though cause we cooked ourselves dinner and played games throughout the night without anybody coming in to tell us to keep it down since there were only one other room full of college kids traveling in and the hostel owner didn't stay there at all. Anyway we waited outside the door for around ...