Da nonna Clementina

Via Montebello .17 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Rome to Bali

A travel blog entry by perri


Well this ones for you Jolly,

I couldn't help myself. I am on the plane so have some time to write and let you know some other stuff that’s been happening.

Last night I was doing a quick check on how much alcohol I could take into Bali when I noticed I needed a visa to stay for longer than 30 days. OOOOPS I had missed that little bit of info. So there I was, 9pm, trying to book a flight out of Bali in under 30 days. I ...

Vatican Tour

A travel blog entry by lkarabinus


... dinner near Piazza Navona and nobody ordered pizza! It was wonderful. We enjoyed Italy vs Spain soccer game during dinner and watching the Italian fans at the restaurant.

Alex and Tyler highlights:

Italian soccer fans are the most animated and the best fans!!

Street vendors are ...

Third day in Rome

A travel blog entry by williamsfamnz

... but spoke accented English. Mike had difficulty understanding her. After about an hour, we were let loose to roam around. Found bookshops and bought a book +cd plus bought a t-shirt for Mike and Sara plus a tote bag for Sara. The second stage of the tour was to the forum, but this was with a Brit (Rory) from Tickhill of all places. We walked down to the ...


A travel blog entry by angpuzzella


... say I had a great trip. Venice was more than I expected, and Rome was not what I expected. It was more metropolitan than what I would have thought this ancient city would be, which was honestly a disappointment. Ruins and ancient buildings were surrounded by modern buildings taking away from what truly was there and what special. Both cities were beautiful, but if I were to return, I would definitely go to Venice, I'm not so sure about Rome.

Strolling the Centro Storico

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go


... the Assassins' hideout is located on the island. Sadly, today it's just home to a church and a hospital. In stark contrast to the synagogue and the Holocaust plaque, in all of their solemnity, our visit to Isola Tiberina will mostly be remembered as the place we watched a panhandler urinate on the Ponte Fabricio and then return to the main thoroughfare to sell knock-off purses. So please, do yourself a favor: buy souvenirs in stores!

With a ...

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