B & B Due Passi Da

Address: Via Bolsena 4, Rome, Lazio, 00191, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Tor di Quinto area of Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Foro Italico, Ponte Milvio, and Bastia.
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      DAY 1&2

      A travel blog entry by morganberry15 on Aug 27, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      We've been here for two days and it has already been quite the adventure. Sarah and I made an absolute scene at JFK for starters. Learning that our carry-on bags were about 6 kg's over the weight limit when trying to get them approved, I proceeded to distribute my underwear and bras into our other suitcases...... in front of a couple hundred people waiting for us to finish. After this embarrassing/hilarious fiasco, I wasn't too fazed. ...

      Finally here

      A travel blog entry by euro-turo-bek on Nov 27, 2013

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      ... Maggiore. I love the cobble stoned streets of Rome however the hustle & bustle of cars and Vespa's gives the sense that they have their own rules which keeps you on your toes when crossing the streets. Also their appears that there is no such thing a defined car spaces. Architecture of the buildings are amazing, old and beautiful. At the end of the day it was dark at about 4.30pm local ...

      Going to the market in St Remy

      A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 10, 2013

      13 photos

      Day 23 Of to the town of Saint Remy de Provence there is a market every Wednesday so we of to see it. We find a parking spot up town, in a back street and walk down to the market. There are people everywhere, lots of stalls spread along the streets, selling wares from, scarves, bags, baskets, pottery, paintings and food, bread, cheese, sausages, nougat, fruit, ...

      Day 7

      A travel blog entry by stuitfam on Jul 06, 2013

      4 photos

      ... first train by seconds and had to wait about a half hour for the next one. Ate our lunch while a group of people were smoking pot on the platform and a bunch of hikers whacked Kat with their backpack. This train was REALLY packed. The Stuit family enjoyed the ride standing in in about the space of a phone booth. To add to the ambience the charming pot smokers we also LOUD train passengers. Thankfully they did not get off at Pompeii! ...


      A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Jun 01, 2013

      16 photos

      ... at the same time innovatively recreated the biblical scenes. The Pieta, however, was in my opinion the best example of his prowess as an artist. Michelangelo completed the sculpture when he was only 23, and did an amazing job at bringing it to life.

      Walking across the city, back to our hotel, we came upon a bike parade. Actually, this was a protest of hundreds of bicyclists voicing their opinions on traffic in Rome by keeping cars off ...