Da nonna Clementina

Address: Via Montebello .17 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B is located in the Historic Center area of Rome.
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    Sleeping near the airport...

    A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... and Greece over the years I have learned to allow for flexibility in travel arrangements. Delays, industrial strikes, mechanical failures are a way of life in these countries and do not result in a sense of urgencies to the officials in charge. So back to the information ticket window only to be told to grab a number and wait for 45 minutes for a refund. At this point we just decided it would be easier to get the money ...

    Galleria Borghese and finding Dan

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... called Urban Portraits, featuring work from 28 photographers from around the world with the theme of Agua or water in an urban setting.


    We were two geographers, one engineer and a social worker and had a map, GPS and two guide books but it still took us an hour and 20 minutes to find the display. In hind sight it was in a lovely part of the park close to the Pincio, the "most famous" panorama ...

    Day 14: Sorrento/Rome

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... any tickets you can in advanced for crowded attractions to "skip" the long lines (Coliseum, Vatican, etc.). - After reading my blog, you can tell I love food :) Schedule a cooking class while you're in Italy! It's truly a once in a lifetime experience. - Drink plenty of wine, indulge in all the food and don't skip the fresh gelato (but, not the gelato that's piled high)! - Order Euros from your bank before leaving the states or use an ATM aboard for ...

    A day at the Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... the rulers. Augustus included a Temple to Mars Ultor the God of War. When the site was excavation 3 Corinthian columns that once stood 15 meters (about 45 feet) in height were found. Augustus reined from 27 BC to 4 AD.

    Next we walked the short distance to the Colosseum. Started by Emperor Vespasian in 75 AD and finished by his son Emperor Titus in 80 AD. It was built by Jewish prisoners. Its true name is Flavian’s Amphitheater, though ...

    All the good things...

    A travel blog entry by jrt6978 on May 22, 2014

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    ... and observing the chapel and several tombs of influential Italians including Victor Emmanuel II and Rapheal. The dome structure was set amongst all of these modern buildings so it was definitely quite unique. It reminded me of Boston, just fast forward several generations. From there we headed to the iconic Trevi Fountain we had people literally all around it making it very difficult to enjoy. But I did get a chance to take pictures and toss my coin ...