B&B Inandout Rome
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Very clean room, big for rome. Awesome breakfast and great service.
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Citytrip with the love of my life! Just a couple of pictures out of the 500 we took in just 3 days!
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... had woken at 3 am again) and were asleep by 5.30. We let them sleep on and went out for the rest of the afternoon. When we got back the kids were awake but still tired - too tired to wait until 8pm to have dinner - so Mark and I went wandering the tiny cobbled lanes of Trastevere in search of our own dinner. Trastevere really is a magical place - so many little lanes with tiny restaurants tucked away in the most unlikely places. The hard part is avoiding ...