Bed & Breakfast Dina Roma

Address: Largo Antonio Beltramelli 1/c, Rome, Lazio, 157, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Pietralata area of Rome, is near Quirinale, Castelluccio, Caelian, and Esquiline.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Attention fellow garden nerds, I found Spring!

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Apr 03, 2015

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... of the design is hardscape, the garden would be stunning in all seasons. Which meant that we didn’t miss much by visiting in mid-March. What we got was early Spring. Daffodils and hyacinths were blooming in pots and the enormous skimmia was providing fragrance. Camellias and winter jasmine were blooming. Other early flowers were brightening a long, shady hillside, including many varieties of hellebores. It’s not really about the plants; other than ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 27, 2014

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... Vatican. The ladies started their Trafalgar tour that night with a welcome dinner and city orientation so we would catch up with them for dinner in two days time. We also changed accommodation to somewhere a little bit more affordable on our backpacking budget. We headed to the Vatican to visit the museums, Sistine Chapel and Saint Peters Bascilla. The museums were massive and such a diversity of art work, including modern pieces that I didn't really expect to see. By ...

Pope Francis greets the multitudes

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 18, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... south. Unfortunately, the tour director's maps did not include this section of the city, so we soon became hopelessly lost. In a moment of utter despair, we asked an elderly Italian lady where we were, showing her one of our maps, whereupon she responded (in English!) "You are off the map"! She quickly pointed to the street and direction we needed to take, and off we went, soon returning to our neighborhood and the apartment. Grazie mille, signora!


We've seen soooooooo much!

A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 16, 2013

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... church. This piece did not only involve a sculpture but as well as a painting, light, and other smaller sculptures working together for maximum effect. This is called bel composto. Bernini was an expert in creating drapery in his sculptures. The drapery allowed for dark and light effects within the sculpture itself. We then walked up a flight of a stairs and made our way into the room where Saint Francis of Assisi lived his life. ...

Day 20 - St. Peter's Basicilica, Vatican

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jul 02, 2013

2 comments, 31 photos

After all the sightseeing and visiting some wonderful towns (Citiva di Bagnoregio) and ancient places (Ephesus), the kids would probably rank the Vatican and St. Peter's Basicilica fairly low on their "like" list. The line was long for the Basicilica (it was free so no skip the line privileges) about 40 minutes, and the main attraction inside was Michelangeo's Pietra, a marble statue of Mary holding Jesus right after he's taken off the ...

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