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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Roma - the end of the road

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 16, 2015

1 comment, 31 photos

... Eternal City! It seems like the rest of the world is also here in Rome with us - very crowded (but we expected to find crowds here in Rome as in Florence as we are now very much on the beaten path).

So now that we are in Rome, we have 4 nights here to soak in all of what this city has to offer... our plans are to visit a variety of smaller sights and places where #1 we will find less crowds and #2 where I have yet to see - there are ...

Day 52 - Rome

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 24, 2014

... and made pasta for lunch. We both had afternoon naps. At 4 we ventured to find the other grocery store. It was much bigger and we were able to by salad and pizza to have for supper. We had some drinks on the steps outside our place and had supper. Cory facetimed Kristin for a while and we were able to watch the kitties play. It was a much needed down day, just ...

Rome, Italy

A travel blog entry by leisurologist on Oct 13, 2014


... them yesterday (same tour bus) and had dinner with them last night.

Our ship left Barcelona Thursday and we arrived in Toulon Friday morning. Toulon is at the southern tip of France, where it juts out into the Mediterranean. We wandered around the town and viewed the usual tourist market sites.

On Saturday we boarded a tour bus that took us to Pisa and the town of Lucca, near Florence, in the heart of the Tuscany area of Italy. Lucca is an ancient walled city, where ...

More Adventures in the City

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 06, 2014


... the sacking of Jerusalem in the first century. Additionally, it was built by up to 60,000 Jewish slaves that were taken from Jerusalem in jut under 10 years. Absolutely incredible (and yes, I am aware that I say that a lot-most of my trip has been that way so far). Another interesting thing I found out is the Coliseum is actually owned by the pope now. Kind of bizarre. Finally, in over its 600 or so years of use, over 400,000 gladiators, slaves, prisoners, and Christians ...

Sightseeing Take One

A travel blog entry by inboccaallupo on Jan 18, 2014

20 photos

... because it is HUGE - but some part of me feels like that won't catch on.

Every inch of this fountain has a sculpture or image across it and it is just beautiful. Again, there are just no words, you've got to see it to believe it. Every picture I've seen of the place just doesn't do this stunning piece of history justice. Just WOW.

Noel and I probably took more pictures than necessary here and then we were off towards the Spanish steps. ...