Bed & Breakfast a Casa di Giorgia

Corso Trieste 62, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, Villa Torlonia, MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma), and Santa Costanza.
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    Fourth day of my trip

    A travel blog entry by mason1234567890 on Jul 26, 2014

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    today I decide
    to go paint balling at Ares
    paint ball where everything was set up very professionally and
    it looked like I was going to be in for a good day. Once I got to the Ares
    paint ball I went to the counter to get my stuff together, it was good that
    the people at the front desk could speak some English so it made it easy for me
    to ask the question I ...

    Grime and noise and sleeplessness

    A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Apr 18, 2014


    ... one needs to 'vent' and discover the humour in the muddle...poor Jonny! another early night for him! Will tomorrow finally start to feel like it should or are we getting too dotty for this sort of travel? His greatest fear and mine that he will never return with me to Europe, rather opting for Asia which he finds so much easier. First Impressions Even as the NE coast of Sicily replaced the aerial vision of the sea,I was astonished by ...

    Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... these corridors with crypts on either side and often one main one opposite the door. They were no longer buried here after about the 4th or 5th century, being buried then near churches. A lot of the vaults are now empty spaces because when they were rediscovered in the 1800s the marble covering each of the vaults was stolen. On these covers were frescoes, Christian symbols and poems.
    In one area were two skeletons that have been preserved. In another was the statue of St Cecilia ...

    Of to Venice tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 05, 2013

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    Day 18 After we finished breakfast and struggled to close our suitcases we we liked to the train station to catch the train to Venice, we are aboard the bullet train, it's a fantastic way to travel. We will be in Venice at 12-30 midday, so after we find our hotel and settle, we are heading to Murano to have a look at the glass. The train arrives on time and we go looking tourist information but as soon as I walk out of the station, ...

    Rome and the Vatican

    A travel blog entry by madolph on Jul 20, 2013

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    Today was amazing! Although we woke up feeling ill (stupid sick bus gave us colds), we took the metro up to see the Colosseum. Last night we walked by it, but today we actually took a tour and got to roam the inside! Now, it actually isn't named the 'Colosseum', that is just a nickname based on the statue of Nero that used to stand out front that was as tall as the building! The statue gained the name 'Colossus' and the amphitheater was nicknamed ...