Arco Romano Rooms
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Arco Romano Rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Arco Romano Rooms Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... day and apparently full of life for the locals at night. I was so excited to see my first Roman fountain, and second and third! We have been told Trevi Fountain is under repair. Not sure if it means we can still see it but without the water. The huge sculptures have caught my eye. I thought Florence had large monuments and sculptures but nothing compared to what we have already touched upon in Rome. We have already purchased ...
... as a hotdog bun and is sometimes eaten with butter, sugar and cinnamon with coffee. He said it is pretty much always made by someone's grandmother.
Roman travel tip: There are free flowing fountains all over the place. Unlike other countries where Americans are constantly cautioned to, "Don't drink the water," the water from these fountains is clear, cold, perfectly safe water from the mountains. Carry a bottle around with you and fill up as ...
... tell us, but many were buried there. All those wanting a guide gathered together and the group got quite large. Firstly we were told a little about the tombs then the whole big group descended a few levels to the underground labyrinths. Wendy was very brave putting her claustrophobia to the test as the guide crammed about 50 people into an underground alcove about the size of an elevator. Good start! John bravely decided not to think about the huge stair climb ...
... lots of beautiful sights and scenery. They have been quite unique and so very different to home. We have been together to share all of it and to me this is what has made it more special. We now have more memories to share as we get older, and if our bodies give up the ghost, at least we will have these (and the 2,685 photos on my camera, untold on Relle's and our phones)! Highlights, there have been many and to narrow it down to ...
... A huge structure is built on top with stairs leading down to where they think he is buried, which are off limits. We did walk down into the grottoes though where there are many Popes in marble tombs and a glass window through to St Peter’s tomb. There were nuns down there praying and we had to be silent here.
We walked out to hear the sound of many men singing and quickly made our way to see what was happening. There seemed to be a pilgrimage of some sort, a procession ...