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 Castelluccio, Roman Walls, Porta Maggiore, and Grauco.
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      All Roads Lead To Rome

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

      24 photos

      ... as he went. There was a mass taking place when we visited as well and there is just something about being in such a famous holy place, hearing the choir sing and then having Latin come on over the loud speakers that added to the impact that this place had on us. Another really interesting thing our tour guide pointed out was a fun project that was undertaken to demonstrate the sheer size of this, the second largest Basilica in the world. On the floor in various places ...

      When in Rome . . . Can You Get a Job?

      A travel blog entry by jgrant40 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... to any sort of economic downfall in a country, and the unemployment rates in the PIGS are very alarming.

      Even more concerning statistics are the youth unemployment rates in these countries (56.1% in Spain and 36.8% in Portugal). This means that in Spain over HALF of all 15-24 year old individuals are unable to find jobs, and about one-third of the youths in Portugal. Students who are looking for jobs are unable to find ...

      Second Day in Rome

      A travel blog entry by rachel_james147 on May 22, 2014

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... of a palace and Cesear's tomb. These ruins are so huge it's hard to imagine buildings being this big. At lunch we ate the best pizza I have ever had, with four different cheeses, and also got to walk around a market in the square with a whole bunch of venders.
      Another thing we got to do was see the Pantheon. Its architecture and dome inspired other domes within Italy.
      My favorite part of the day was seeing the Trevi Fountian. ...

      Foro, Gatto-ry and Pantheon

      A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 16, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... Pompeii might present us or else prompt some very strong Latin ("pestis, fucifer!!"), which, incidentally, the kids have already picked up on.

      The train to the Colosseum station was normal, and we weaved our way around and out to the street. Juls wondered where all the scaffolding had come from, so mustn't have looked up to see it given it covers about 25% of the exterior. This was only getting us halfway to the Pantheon, so we had some path to cover first. ...

      Pantheon

      A travel blog entry by calmtours on Oct 10, 2013

      ... ceremony. We understand It was the ordination of Austrian priests. As they emerged an Austrian brass band started playing and we all joined in clapping in time to the tunes. It was like Octoberfest without the beer. Traffic was backed up and the Italians in there cars were Getting irate, honking and jesticulating but they couldn't go anywhere and the band drowned them out fortunately. When this was over we all went ...