Cadorna Holiday B&B

Via Cadorna, 22, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day out in Rome

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff

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... thunder. This was when the friar asked us to leave. So we threw on our rain jackets and began running through the rain, we were soaked! Finally found some helpful Italians that directed us to the Trevi fountain. By the the time we arrived at the fountain the sun was shinning and it was warm out. But we were highly disappointed to find the fountain under going repairs so we were not able to get anywhere near it was she the ...

The best saved for last - the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... rail into the city then walked to the apartment. Previous guests now gone [fortunately, without any of our bags]. Our apartment in Rome was not as well equipped for self catering as apartments we had experienced elsewhere in Italy and Stuey thought we might have to eat out more. However, he had not factored in the highly innovative and resourceful Trishy, so evening meals ended up being 50:50 eat in/eat out.

The San Lorenzo district ...

Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... is about 3.5 kms long by 2.3 kms wide, with the crater sides rising about 70 metres above the lake surface and was the venue for the 1960 Rome Olympic canoeing and rowing events. Last known seismic disturbance was about 400 BC when the waters rose up and spilled over the sides of the crater but no other effects were noticed at that time. This did, however, cause them to bore an escape valve tunnel to deal with any future overflows. The crater lake ...

A Drive to the village of La - Roque - Gageac

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic

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... sailing today. We then went to the Les jardin ( garden ) suspendus de Marqueyssac it has a castle high up in the hills overlooking the Dordogne Valley with Panoramic views, you can see for miles. As you walk along the Promenade of beautifully maintained English Box Hedgers with Parterre gardens, it really is magnificent, from all the lookout points you can see about five Castles and a 360 degree view,with small villages sprinkled about the landscape and the ...

To the Maximus

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk

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... to find the satellite. Fun and games.
We went out later on and walked over to the Pantheon to continue our tour of granita's and then sat down in front to marvel the magnificent size of the building. So many tourists around at the moment and Stacie must look safe enough as she gets asked a lot to take photos. We went inside and the size of the building once again has to be appreciated. Lucy had ...

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