B&B Piazza Del Popolo

Address: Via Allegri da Correggio, Rome, Lazio, 196, Italy | B&B
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Day 15 - Rome

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 01, 2014

22 photos

... few Emperors who was satisfied with stablising what Rome already had, and used his armies mainly to reinforced his current borders or stop rebellions, as he did in England with Hadrian's Wall.

Over the years "Castel Saint ‘Angelo" was used as a Fort, Prison and Papal Residence. The Catholic Church played a big part in the latter centuries and it is now an impressive building. It also has the height so that visitors are able to see most of ...

Three days in Rome

A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jun 09, 2014

2 comments, 92 photos

... the satnav's services.
On day three we set off again, making much better time than the bus would have since there were lots of traffic jams and an animated argument between a a bus driver who had collided with a car. We parked in front of Santa Maria Maggiore rather than behind it as we had for the last two days and went in to see it. Lots of mosaics which the photos don't do justice to. We then went to the train station which ...

Rome: uncovering the secrets

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 11, 2014

12 photos

... out. We were happy to be together, but the Americans and Canadians really did attach themselves to each other. By the end of the evening we began admitting to each other, our discomfort at the behaviour of the others. They had requested that we stop the tour so they could go shopping. They screamed out loud when we walked by a shoe shop and were deafening when they saw a dress shop. A small group quietly separated itself and walked by Laetizia so we could hear her commentary. We ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 22, 2013

11 photos

... maps eventually got us into the backstreets of Trastevere it was near impossible to find a park, most of the streets were either one way or pedestrian only and barely wide enough to even fit a car. We decided to find a park and walk to meet the host of our new apartment and then look for a closer park so we could unpack the car before returning it to the rental company. Well that wasn't as easy as we thought. Firstly we did find a park in the blue lines, but ...

Arrivederci, Roma!

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Oct 16, 2013

21 photos

... the statues. Actually, most of the weekend was consumed with "class." The rest of the weekend I shopped. Florence is known for its leather so basically every store was filled with purses, coats, boots, wallets, belts...you name it! It was quite fun exploring the leather markets :) Unfortunately it rained a lot during the weekend. I'm excited that I get to go back to Florence with my parents!!
After Florence, we had our last two weeks of classes. Though I ...