Ale&Andrea B&B

Via Baldo degli Ubaldi 71, Rome, Lazio, 00167, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome - Vatican, Borghese Museum, Colosseum

A travel blog entry by mkoplin


MB - Rome seemed somewhat like Florence to me, at first. Our room was near the train station, lots of hotels and restaurants, and souvenir shops. However, the day after we arrived, we visited the Vatiican and I discovered one of the great differences between Rome and Florence.

All my life, I've heard about the Vatican, with it's grand piazza, statues all around the colonnade. The Pope appears on the balcony ...


A travel blog entry by bobbstravels


On the way into town in the hotel shuttle bus we got our first taste of the traffic chaos of central Rome. Buses, cars, mopeds, bikes & pedestrians everywhere! Crossing the street here is an art we learnt very quickly; you wait at on the side of the street until there are enough people to form a pack then stare into the drivers eyes & cross with intent. Over the course of the day (another scorcher) we visited the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, ...

Exploring Rome

A travel blog entry by wanderingsnl

Today we set out on public transport to find the shop that sold clergy shirts. As the shop was near the Pantheon we caught a bus nearby and used our map to find the street. We found the shop but started in the nun's side of the store trying to find the shirts before we realised what we were looking at. Noel managed to find what he needed and as we both loved the way the Pantheon had been remodelled into a Basilica we decided to again visit this beautiful place. ...

Trains and Gypsies

A travel blog entry by g.villasanta


... cut or panini I’ve ever had in America. As we were talking and eating on a bench, an old gypsy lady with no teeth came up to us holding out her hands with a Euro coin in her palm begging for more. Flavia was annoyed and just ignored her as your supposed to, but I had another idea. I took the coin out of her hand, put in my pocket, and thanked the gypsy for her generosity. She smiled and laughed, as I’m sure it was a first in her long career of begging. I really hope the ...

A Dinner with Caesar

A travel blog entry by linzstoker


... into a buried part of Rome that very few people ever get to see. What other incredible wonders of history must lay hidden beneath our feet at any given moment as we traverse the city! And what history-rich lives Italians must have when such significant archaeological ruins function as your family restaurant's wine cellar!

It was certainly a night to remember.


This B&B, located on Via Baldo degli Ubaldi 71, Rome, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo Nuovo.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding