CasaLina Bed & Breakfast

Via Enrico Bondi n.42, Rome, Lazio, 00166, Italy | B&B
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Arrivederci, Roma!

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen


Well friends, it's been quite a while since I've blogged and I heartily apologize!
As you can imagine, the reason I haven't blogged is because I've been really busy! It's unbelievable, but I've reached the end of my time here in Rome. My parents arrived yesterday (!!!!!) and I'm going to start to pack (and finish, hopefully) tomorrow! Then I am free to travel through Tuscany with my parents for a week before starting all over again in Athens.
But....for the ...


A travel blog entry by robchurch


... hardly functioned. I ended up just taking in the sights. I first jumped off at St. Mary’s Basilica and explored around. After having my fill inside, I admired a large fountain in the center of a roundabout. Then I wandered back to where the bus was supposed to pick me up. However, thirty minutes later, it still hadn’t arrived, despite its supposed forty-minute loop time. I decided to grab a beer at a café to pass the time. First I tried using their bathroom ...

A Public Transport Adventure

A travel blog entry by royle


... city. Bruce fell out with a lookie-lookie while we were in the queue to the Roman Forum and it was so hot that I nearly fainted, I felt really bad, but was OK once I started using my umbrella to keep the sun off me.(I forgot to bring my hat). The Roman Forum was very good for archaeologists but after a while in reality just more and more ruins, however you had to marvel at the engineering skills to make these ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by 2brokegirls


... people but here they just keep luring us back in. Maybe we could sneak another one in before we depart for Venice in the morning? By the way the Italians here aren't fat like the Aussie ones. We have loved Rome. Seeing the Eternal City and its many wonders has been an amazing privilege but we won't miss the crowded streets or the car fumes. Tomorrow we catch the train to Venice on the Euro rail. Love always. xxx Bon a Sarah - good ...

One big Roman holiday

A travel blog entry by sasntwins


... buffet which we enjoyed off the back in our new favorite spot. The town looked very industrial again, just like Livorno and Barcelona at first glance, but looking a little farther up the hill we spotted ruins and old fortress looking walls. I am sure there is some fun history here. For anyone taking a cruz from here this year, you might want to consider coming early to poke around the Michealangelo Tower and medieval jail.



This B&B, located in the Suburbio Aurelio area of Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Villa Doria Pamphilj.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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