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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Roma, Roma, ..City of a million warm embraces...!

A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Sep 17, 2014

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... cornetto in Italy die for, soft pastry, delicious creme filling with dusting of icing sugar, so fresh, just a wonderful start to our first Rome morning.

We also visited the Sistine was under restoration on our last trip to Rome (there, I'm using P's favourite last trip!). It was a little disappointing actually. Much smaller than I had ...

The eternal city

A travel blog entry by buckleypup on Jul 18, 2014

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... went for a walking tour, where we saw the major sights including the Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain (or a small portion as it was under repair), Roman forum, Constantine gate, Roman square (the impressive ancient entry to Rome) and of course the coliseum to name but a few. Some pasta and gelati to finish off the ...


A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Apr 02, 2014

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... collection e.g. Salvador Dali and Henry Moore. And of course the Sistine chapel is amazing. When I last saw it many years ago it was in the process of being cleaned. It was good to have a downloaded guide on my IPad so I could read about what i was viewing. It was a lovely sunny day. After a wander around St Peter's Square I caught one of the Hop on hop off buses back towards the Trevi ...

Day In Roma With The Youngs

A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 20, 2013

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... antiquity this temple was dedicated to all gods of Paton Rome. Marco Vipsanio Agrippa built it between 27 and 25 BC in law, to celebrate his victory against the Persians. In 608 it became a Christian church. Inside they have the tomb of Raffaello. The moms wanted to go see a Piazza Navona again to look at the artwork. Then we went over to the Pantheon where they had Raffaello's tomb. At the end of the day, we went to Castel ...

Making a home in the Unknown

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Sep 08, 2013

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... as before mentioned) which is really interesting. Still not sure how I feel about it. It's a Franciscan order still today, but those ancients that have died have their bones on display as artwork. We walked by skulls, femurs, and fibulas. It's one of those times that makes me question what death is like and if our rituals of burying the dead are "right" versus this Capuchin culture. In a way, it's comforting to think that after these monks ...