Carpe Diem B & B

Address: Via Rattazzi 2/F, Int. 3, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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Annie 2014 Full Movie Free Streaming Online

A travel blog entry by bumpyreclu223 on Jan 08, 15

... second election in mid-June, ended with the formation of a new government supporting a continued adherence to the main principles outlined by the signed bailout plan. The new government however immediately asked its creditors, due to a delayed reform schedule and a worsened economic recession, to be granted an extended deadline from 2015 to 2017 before being required to restore the budget into a self-financed situation; which in effect was equal to a request for the ...

Cinque notti in un buco di merda

A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Oct 02, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... need to harden your heart to visit Rome, it's an expensive enough City to visit without giving euro's to every one eyed/limbed beggar on the street.

Pushy, rude tourists.

In a nutshell, we were not overly impressed with Rome way back in 1997 but thought it was important to show the children a bit of history. 17 years on and we're still not fans of Rome and will probably never return to this part of Italy again......... roll on Tuscany!





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Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on Jun 14, 2014

5 photos

... you can walk around are the forum, a basilica, a few different bath houses and the amphitheatre. Some of the wealthier homes have been excavated and you can walk into them, see some of the rooms and see partial frescoes on the walls and mosaics on the floor. Some still had fountains in place. One place that stood out was the Villa De Misteri, a summer house that belonged to people who lived elsewhere. You can walk through the house and many rooms still ...

A slice of Eternity

A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

59 photos

The drive to Rome started a little late (ok it was noon). We walked to Sorrento after breakfast (down steep hill on a road that was designed for pedestrians, goats and donkey drawn carts. It works very well for Vespas' and Apes (ah-PAY -Italian for bee- a tiny car with one front wheel and 2 back, fits 2 people at a squeeze) and small cars on what was essentially a footpath.

We bought a bottle of Limoncello, some fruit for the drive and missed our shuttle ...

Oh hey, I'm just in Rome no big deal

A travel blog entry by andrea_jo13 on Jan 10, 2014

... in love and yes I never want to leave. Also the people can be so creepy , and also very nice. I took a tour with bus2alps around the city at night and hit the major monuments and the tour gave us great background history. I didn't know any of it and the city is so full of history, duh andrea! We went out that night to campo di fliro (sorry for bad spelling) and met some cool people, some creepy, and some nice people. I got directions from a lovely priest and ...