Address: Via Montebello, 25, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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      Roaming in Rome

      A travel blog entry by brightonhill on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... air conditioning is a welcome relief from the heat and humidity and more pleasant smelling than the public transportation! And you can keep your shopping bags on the bus when you jump off at your next stop. It's amazing how well these drivers can safely negotiate such small streets and crazy traffic.

      Our first stop in Rome was the Colosseum. Everyone has seen photos of this historic spot, but until your standing in it, I don't think you can fully take ...

      When in ROME

      A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 13, 2013

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      ... this time spending the extra 10 euro and getting on the high speed train so we were back in an hour and a half! I'm glad to call Florence my home now, but I was not happy to be back because that means my parents had to leave the next day. We got all fancied up and went out for our last dinner together. We shared our last bottle of Chianti wine and got gelato for the last time. This week, having my parents here, literally flew by and I am so thankful that they came to share ...

      Travel day from Rome to Venice

      A travel blog entry by mariafuhrman on Jul 29, 2013

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      Monday we went on an italiarail train to Venice. Unfortunately, we had just under 3 hours waiting on our train. We found a place to camp out with our luggage. It was the perfect place to people watch do it passed quickly. We got in around 5:30 and left our stuff in our apartment. Our usual routine (hitting a market ...

      The Vatican City and Sistine Chapel, ITALY

      A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 18, 2013

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      ... separate state in 1929. It is the worlds smallest state measuring only 110 acres and having a population of 800 people. The pope is the head of the state and its government. The Vatican City is also the home of some of the most famous art in the world, with the highlight of course being the Sistine Chapel.

      When we arrived at the Vatican we could not find our tour group. We started to think that they had either left without us or we had been scammed. We ...

      The first day of our adventure!

      A travel blog entry by roverlibr on Jun 30, 2013

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      ... other line....but after 5-10 mins of "parla inglese" with no responses, we were getting really thirsty in the morning sun, so we decided to take a break and go buy a gelato! Delicioso! The vendor told us that there was (probably) a mass at noon inside St Peter's and he guessed that's where the other line of people was going.

      Turns out there wasn't a noon mass (the mis-information turned out to be a trend, but in this case ...