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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        Trip to Rome

        A travel blog entry by hansinduncan on Aug 04, 2015

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... truly feel like we're riding 1st. Leather seats with electronic controls for reclining, WIFI, free snacks and drinks, 300 kmh!

        Arrived at our hostel at about 7pm. Great spot. Kind of like a supersized version of the KOA! We've got our own A/C bungalow complete with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a kitchen. There are literally 100's of these bungalows along with camping spots. There's a supermarket and large restaurant on site and a large swimming ...

        More adventures in Rome, art history continued...

        A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on May 20, 2015

        11 photos

        ... imagination, and allowed artists to express from their heart and mind.

        The walls and ceilings had paintings that told entire stories of the lives and loves of the residents, and the changing environment of the world outside.

        The secret gardens at the front of the house are still so beautiful, you could imagine sitting out there and letting the day just pass by with nothing to do but enjoy ...

        Day 1 in ROME!!!

        A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Jan 18, 2015

        ... saint (I can’t remember which one). The gospel today was about the call of Saint Peter, which Msgr. mentioned in his homily was why it was so neat that on that particular day we were able to celebrate in the church dedicated to St. Peter. After Mass, we broke off into many different small groups to tour the city of Rome. My tour was lead by the Art and Architecture professor, Dr.Frenni, who was incredibly knowledgeable about EVERYTHING! ...

        Rome is NOT closed on Christmas Day!

        A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Dec 25, 2014

        1 photo

        ... tackle the various aspects of breakfast Roman style. What amazed us was that after breakfast there were several groups of people checking out. Who checks out and moves on on Christmas Day? And where to and how? Well, when we got out into the morning sun the how was answered.....buses were thundering past with standing room only, and some of them too full even for that! When one is from a country where nothing runs on Christmas Day, it is somewhat strange to ...

        The best saved for last - the Eternal City

        A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 10, 2013

        2 comments, 58 photos

        ... your eating out list.

        We had been to Rome several times on our previous visits to Italy, so outings this week tended to target sites that one or other [or both] of us had not been to, as well as some we were seeing 2nd/3rd time round. They were, in no particular order:

        • St Peter’s Basilica. No visit to Rome would be complete without a visit to St Peter’s. The largest church in the world ...