Desiderio di Roma Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Tuscolana 16 , Rome, Lazio, 00182, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Through Eternity Cultural Association, Eden Walks, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, and Roman Walls.
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A Night in Roma

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 15, 2014

... walk from the hotel so we had to grab our bags and walk in the pouring rain down two streets to the hotel. We arrived wet and soggy.

Once we had settled into our rooms we heard of a room party going on in the room below mine. But before we could attend we had to go out and buy drinks. We got directions from someone who had already been out to get some and set out armed with coats and umbrellas. A different two streets away we came back ...

All roads lead to Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 08, 2014

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... in droves for blocks down the facing street.

After the sun set, we walked to the Trevi Fountain. Clearly this was an evening of hitting the tourist hot-spots, because the fountain plaza was also packed with people. We stayed long enough for some pictures, and to toss in some coins (the legend says that if you toss a coin over your shoulder into the Trevi Fountain that you’ll return to Rome someday).

We walked back towards the apartment ...

Ostia Antica

A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 07, 2013

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... case at other sites. The area would cover about 10 hectares or so. Being away from the hustle and bustle of Rome and not having hoards of tourists here the area takes on a more park-like relaxed nature being dotted with Cyprus pines and places to sit and reflect.

The site has a museum with a number of artefacts and, of course, sculptures. There was a "bust" of the Roman god, Zeus which to me had an ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 19, 2013

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... I were both) but with Luke (an avid fan of Roman times) by my side I learnt so much about this area. I had been through the same area before, some eight years ago and although we had a tour guide at that time, I somehow did not understand the importance of what this area represented. Well, young Luke was having none of this and launched into a massive spiel on the history of the area and with it became the only tour guide in history which I have listened to for the entirety of ...

Rome - awww shiiittt

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 22, 2013

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... euro tourist ticket which gives unlimited travel on the trains for 3 days. As long as you make 3 trips a day you end up in front. Jumping on the metro we exited at the stop and we saw the coliseum. It just hits you and you stand back slack jawed staring for ages, it is as impressive as it is built up to be. Gives you tingles thinking about all the history of the stadium and what happened in there all those years ago. As we entered the plaza outside we were approached by a ...