Da nonna Clementina

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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    Heading home

    A travel blog entry by rommelfox on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... doors. Finally the doors opened and we boarded the plane. This plane has the older version of the seats. The seats do not lay completely flat, but fairly close. There was quite a coincidence on this flight, the couple that sat next to us on the way down were on this flight as well, we met them at the customs area where we had to pay for being over. Since I am trying to get my body back into the swing of things, I did not sleep, I blogged. Brenda ...

    Roma Soccer and Appia Antica

    A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on Apr 13, 2014

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    Hello All,

    This past week my mom and grandma left Italy for the United States :(. It was sad to see them go but I'll be seeing them very soon. This weekend was very exciting. Saturday night, Maggie, Nico, Rachel, Breanna, and I went to a Roma Soccer Game! Rome's professional soccer team is called Roma and has one of the best professional soccer players, Francesco Totti. They play at Stadio Olimpico! We had bought tickets a while ago and were so ...

    The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... and the body of Jesus is one of the most famous of his carvings next to David. It is in St Peters. An Australian guy smashed it with a hammer in 1973 before he could be stopped. It is now kept behind glass. St Peters is the most amazing church. It is the largest Bassilica in the world. There are 32 alters in the church and at any time there can be 10 masses being said at once. It took 124 years to build. ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day but we only had 1 day

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... so we said we are going with her but over the other side of the taxi rank these Italian grumpy men were yelling at us and we were like we aren't going with people who yell at us so we got in the lady's taxi she pretty much told them to get lost and we ran to her taxi and she took off and then laughed at us leaving our hostel and not knowing where it was it was pritty funny haha, then we had dinner and a quick drink and off to ...

    Day 23 - Rome & The Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by teleah1988 on Jun 08, 2013

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    ... there and we got rushed through that we barely got to take anything in. Sux big time because the Vatican City was something I was looking forward to doing. Now it's just a blue and a bad experience. She was even talking in the Sistine Chapel which they tell you not to. She was useless haha. Everyone agreed and for the rest of the trip we pulled the **** out of her saying "contiki" and "Rhett! Where are you Rhett?" Haha gold!! It was amazing to see St Peters Basillico Square, ...