B&B Cicerone 28

Address: Via Cicerone, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Vino Roma, Tiber River, and Palazzo di Giustizia (The Hall of Justice).
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    Lost in Rome

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 16, 2014

    1 comment

    ... turn around in the rain and walk back down it. We then decided to go pick up our jackets and my umbrella from the Hotel because we were both fairing badly using just the one without any jackets. So we ran down to the metro stop and got on the very crowded train. After catching the metro to the stop closest stop to the hotel. We huddled together again and began the 10 minute walk to the hotel.

    We arrived very wet and cold. I made it to my room and changed out of my wet clothes. ...

    Long lines big things

    A travel blog entry by bigbanana on Jul 08, 2014

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    A hugly busy day started with making our own way from the cruise ship, a walk to the train station working out the ticket system and purchasing a BIRG ticket that gave us unlimited train and metro travel, this time we remembered to validate the ticket in the machine before we boarded We narrowly missed the first train but 25 min later we jumped on the second a 45 min journey and first stop Roma San Pietro or St. Peter's a short walk from the station we ...

    Winding Up

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on May 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... are almost without traffic. Italian drivers do not speed, are more skilled, and more considerate to cyclists than we are used to. However in Italy they park in any direction, on angles, on pedestrian crossings, and leave their cars projecting into the path of cyclists. They also fling open the enormous doors on their tiny cars with gay abandon. Trains continue to be an excellent way of getting around with bikes, but some Regionale Veloce trains do not ...

    Day 26: Rome

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Mar 09, 2014

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    ... I had done the same thing last year. Already I felt we were on to a good start!

    I settled into my room and talked to Amma for the first time since I'd left. I had originally not planned on telling her that I was using Airbnb as she wasn't happy with me staying in hostels, so a private home? I wasn't sure that would go down too well. But to my surprise she didn't even seem to care so I proceeded to tell her about how good the place was and that ...

    Discovering Rome

    A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 24, 2013

    36 photos

    ... to return to Rome someday. Getting in on the act, Waz and I made our way to the front and centre of the fountain so we too could join the coin tossing craze. Afterwards we sat back on the marble steps to admire the baroque creation depicting Neptune's chariot being led by Tritons with sea horses representing the moods of the sea (docile and wild). I became lost in the magic of the fountain and was transported back to La ...