Angelica Home B&B

Via degli Scipioni, 103, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

La Dolce Vita in Roma

A travel blog entry by jklezok


... down Via Del Corso. All you need to do is add a thunder, lightening and hail storm (while wearing sandals) and it gets even more exciting. Luckily we found one of those huge porticoes to use as an umbrella (along with about 70 other people). However, it only lasted 10-15 minutes and then off to the Pantheon.

We also picked up our phone, so we can call the B&B's and in case of emergencies. It is fairly cheap ...

Walking shopping and more walking!

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1


... over two hours for water and a chocolate bar. It had been raining all day and millions, well it felt like that, of Indians were trying to sell us umbrellas and ponchos! And yes Nikki was shouting at them hehe!!!! We had lunch at a nice little restaurant! We ate outside under shade and ate pizza and pasta and watched the rain come down and the Indians try to sell sell sell haha! It was like Bali. After lunch we went to the Vatican! ...

Day 14 wed 21st aug

A travel blog entry by brunning


... was pretty cool. The first church I tried to go into closed for lunch as soon as I arrived so that was a fail. Continued walking until I ended up at the Tervi Fountain. Was pretty cool, tons of sculptures but the actual water feature wasn't as good as what I had imagined. There were too many people around anyway so i didn't stick around.Then went to the basilica s.maria angeli, was a church that used to be a bath house ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by lolfinch


... overcrowded, not so quiet place. We found a cute little restaurant up an alleyway for dinner. The guy gave us a free glass of champagne each which was nice. It was our first Italian pasta believe it or not! Goldie has Spaghetti and I had Gnocchi. After dinner we walked to find the metro. We came across an amazing fountain. It was beautiful. We hopped back onto the train back to Poppy as the sun was setting. What a day! Rome is an incredible ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by trishreinten


... which is half way between Florence and Rome. They are also known for their Wild Boar Panini they hunt wild boar at least twice a week. There were wild boar heads out the front of every shop that sold them. One even had a whole stuffed boar. I tried one because I just had to, yes Mum I know its pig, no Mum I didn't like the texture. It was a bit dry. There was an herb mixture with it but it needed gravy or sauce.

There was a great view of the winery region around ...


This B&B, located on Via degli Scipioni, 103, Rome, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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