B&B Furio Camillo

Address: Via Camilla 40, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Through Eternity Cultural Association, Rome Segway Tour, Eden Walks, and Piazza dei Re di Roma.
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    Roman Holiday, part 2

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... to finish the shopping excursion. Which wasn't easy, the buses were severely backed-up due to a race that had been run earlier in the day. Sardines are not packed as tightly as we were.

    On Monday, Becca and I were able to enjoy an hour of sitting on the beach in the warm sun before heading off to the airport. It was a lovely visit and I look forward to enjoying doing that again next year. Because I ...

    Travel from Milan to Rome

    A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... rest then out to see Rome. already from the cab we could sense its oldness and the different feel from any other city we've been in. A quick walk down the street at sunset reveals the forum and the colosseum. Oh and 1000s of tourists. Like Phillip island in summer only worse. No time to explore , a quick stroll and back for dinner at lil frachello, pasta and pizza and a walk down the lane for gelato. Also a local Lazio shiraz, quite nice. Hot tonight. Down to 20 degrees ...

    From the Colosseum to Capitoline to St. Peter's!

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on May 31, 2014

    12 photos

    ... hierarchy of seating the people (senators on the lower level) and women on the top level where they couldn't see anything. There was also a discussion about the gladiators and the type of life they led. We also learned about the significance of the cross towards the lower center of the seats. After Constantine endorsed Christianity, it was a tribute to those who had died in the games. We finished our Colosseum tour and walked towards the Roman Forum. The city ...

    Day 31 - day trip to Pompeii and Mt Vesuvias

    A travel blog entry by doddtravels on Sep 29, 2013

    11 photos

    ... his descriptions of how the pompeians lived and pointing out the significance of what to the naked eye looked like ruined rock. One of the biggest industries in Pompeii were brothels, as it was a port town, and the signage to the appropriate house were indeed unique, carved penises pointing to the door of the road ! Gave the kids a great laugh. From there we had a lunch of authentic neopolitana pizza. - the home if the original pizza and ...

    Piazza Gerusalem

    A travel blog entry by sblady on Jul 11, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... the Nazis because the ghetto last several hundred years and the Nazi oppression only a little over 1. Rome was liberated in 1944. The main synagogue is a beautiful structure built in 1904. It has a square cupola to distinguish it from the Catholic basilicas and it is easily seen on the Roman skyline. It was built by Christian architects because there were no Jewish architects or other professions allowed at the ...