B&B Tosca

Address: Via Padova 54, Fiano Romano, Lazio, 00065, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Padova 54, Fiano Romano, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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Travel Blogs from Fiano Romano

Roaming around Rome

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 10, 2015

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... Some people had some very interesting life stories. For example, a woman named Annalisa told us about how she met her husband. She said she was in capri Italy on a boat ride when suddenly her sunglasses fell into the water. Her immediate reaction was to jump in and get them. However, the waves of from the boat were so big that she was unable to swim. The boat driver jumped into the water and saved her. From that moment she fell in love with him and eventually ...

Day 52 - Rome

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 24, 2014

Today was bizarre. We got up, ate and were out by 11. We reached the train station to find it locked. We asked some locals why the station was locked. Apparently the company planed a strike on the 21st. No train service for Friday but it will resume Saturday. We are stuck in Labaro. We sat in the park then ventured to the supermarket out here. It's very small. We ...

Day 9: Roma Antica

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

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... stronger than their opponents and the heavy metal was meant to slow them down to level out the fight (helmets were used to make them warm). Women gladiators fought midgets and over time those that owned the gladiators wanted to keep them heavier to "protect their investment." They learned skinner gladiators had less of a barrier to organs and the added fat could allow them to bleed to provide entertainment to the crowd, but they could still sustain life. Also, as most know, slaves ...

Last day in Italy

A travel blog entry by larissataylor on Jul 26, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... through EACH DAY!! And they make a profit of over €90 million each year with the entry costs for the museum alone! A little sickening actually to think of the costs and wealth associated with it! We were then given a big explanation about the Sistine Chapel so once we were taken in there we were able to know exactly what we were looking at and what stories the paintings on the ceilings by Michelangelo tell/represent...such detail from the start ...

I managed not to stack it...

A travel blog entry by john_tillett on Apr 09, 2013

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... and the Capitoline Museum.

The Capitoline Museum is a bit of an odd place. The oldest museum in the world, it is full of largely Greek and Roman statues that were donated by the popes five hundred years ago. It doesn't really have a convincing sense of purpose, other than to portray beautiful objects in a beautiful setting, but I suppose in Italy that is enough?

Lunch was brilliant. Before my trip I shelled out five dollars on an ...