B&B Santa Croce

Via di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme 91, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Last day in Rome and Italy!

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley


... Next we decided to go to the Piazza Navona, hoping to find a spot for lunch with a nice view of the piazza. When we got there, it was kind of a circus. Lots of people, lots of noise, tents that looked like carnival booths, even a merry-go-round. So when we had enough we headed toward the Pantheon. There was a piazza there and it was much quieter, with a view of the huge domed Pantheon. So we enjoyed our ...

Day 72 - Rome Day 1

A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein

... of the Colosseum itself, and also the people that would attend the battles here. Each battle was attended by people of high stature within the Roman Empire, including officials. They would sit on the Ground Level. The middle class of the public had the rest. The battles were free for these people, but a special pass is needed to attend. During the battle if a gladiator is ...

Day Eight: Ruins, Vatican City, & lots of walking

A travel blog entry by mswood


... when they help each other, explain things to each other, or just are doing things together.

We saw the Spanish steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and went to the Piazza Navona.

Tomorrow we head to Sorrento to take a cruise and see Pompeii. We will be rolling a little more spread out on the bus since the group we have been teamed with are going to be heading back to Rhode Island in the morning and it will be all TYWLS all the time from here on out.

When in Rome... Do as Glenn Boyko Would

A travel blog entry by rhodes0t


... are old and have so much character, much like Athens.

The Italian food is exactly what would be expected, pizza and pasta at its finest. A standard pasta at a good restaurant will run about 12 Euro, which isn't cheap but also not so bad. After dinner our first night we met a group of American girls on the street who advised us to hit up a square with a bunch of pubs, specifically the Drunken Ship. They were students who had been there for a while so ...

Rome: overrated?

A travel blog entry by adrianrobert


... luxury too, all the while tourists clamber aboard pointing out every landmark as the bus crawls along. Vespas weave between the traffic and road rules seem irrelevant, as we see Italians park there cars wherever they can squeeze in. Public transport is always fascinating. Back home, we avoid it at all costs. When we are away and here in Europe it's the best way to get around. Unfortunately some people don't know how to respect personal space, and asides obviously body odor ...

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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Palazzo del Freddo, and Porta Maggiore.
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