Casa di Iginia e Paolo Bed & Breakfast

Via Romagna 14, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Ludovisi area of Rome, is near Santa Maria della Vittoria, Carrani Viaggi e Turismo, Via Veneto, and La Cantinola.
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    1st Day in Rome: Modern city

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... inside, but worth, with a beautiful Roman temple aside. We could have killed for water there though... but no need for it, some intelligent business men sold water there... others sold roses and so... so finally I got a luck-bracelet which I couldn't take off in all the trip... and I don't think I was specially lucky after that... as you will see (or read) soon.


    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 06, 2014

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    ... you enter it's a different story! The detail, the carvings, the inlaid wood, the frescoes, and the gold! It's incredible. And this was just a neighborhood church. As we were going in the Vatican tour later in the day we had to have a "garden variety" Italian church to compare St Peter's Basilica to. After departing our neighborhood church we set out to walk to San Pietro in Vincoli church - another recommendation to visit because of the sculpture inside of Michelangelo's Moses. We ...

    Vatican treasures

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... mind. One other surprise for me was the relative insignificance of the "God's finger touching Adam's finger" part of the famous ceiling. I remain, however, with the mental picture of Michelangelo up there, on his back, on a set of moveable aluminium scaffolding, as unlikely as it is. Could have sat there looking for ages though. Ian] One thing that I did find amazing was the number of people who were touching things. Ed saw one group lean on something in the Egyptian rooms! ...

    A day in the country with the locals

    A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Oct 26, 2013


    ... The second dish is a green pasta shaped like a green bean with goat meat. Very rich. Better if you don't know what you are eating. The salad is a combination of bitter cabbage, large beans, carrots and tomatoes with a plate of cheese. No grappa or inferno!
    After lunch, we toured the village. With stops at the church 2 private homes and a walk through the cobblestone streets. It was a perfect way to end our visit to Italy.
    In the U S ...

    Day 71 - Florence to Rome

    A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein on Sep 16, 2013

    ... white, and despite it's massiveness and all, it is less than 100 years old, making it one of Rome's newest tourist attractions. This building has a memorial tomb to the unknown soldier, dedicated to the bodies that weren't found during WWII, the creator of the building has a statue of himself riding a horse out the front. Around this statue are 9 small statues that each represent an area of Italy eg. Naples. After ...