CasaLina Bed & Breakfast

Via Enrico Bondi n.42, Rome, Lazio, 00166, Italy | B&B
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Rome

Discovering Rome in a Day

A travel blog entry by newhouse-hiles on Sep 02, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... that Rome was a ghost town. To draw in residents he began building newer more modern buildings and fountains, but did not want to use the churches money to do so)! The pantheon was the first public place of worship as the churches and temples were reserved for royalty and high priests only. The marble columns, floors and statues were marvelous and impeccably cared for.

Our stops today have truly been amazing. ...

Gypsies, ruins and a toe in The Med.

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 10, 2014

5 photos

... taverns, an ampitheatre and houses. I even found a toilet. It was not busy at all, actually quite serene. The mosaic floors in some of the bath houses are still very complete and are amazing. I couldnt believe the access the general public have. You can climb in, on and around everything, including the mosaic floors. It is very rundown and in need of a good mow and whipper snip, but maybe that ...

Lasagna and Giants

A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 15, 2013

4 comments

Wow! The grandiosity of the Baths of Caracalla cannot be understated. At least 3 stories high and able to fit the entire amphitheater of Pompeii inside, the baths are enormous. You can still see the cutouts of some of the pools, as well. When you read that they baths could service 6,000 people at a time, it sounds like a lot, but seeing it and reading it ...

The Heartbeat of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 24, 2013

1 photo

... in the road. He speaks no English, but we get the message the alley is closed. Not again! It's impossible to know an alternate route in this menagerie of alleys. The combination of my knowing the Italian words for "left" and "right" and the visual he gave using one hand for the road and fingers of the other hand to trace, we made it out. There were two arches that, I swear if that car had been one inch wider, or the hairpin turn more severe, we would not have gotten through. ...

In "ruins" ...

A travel blog entry by karaandmatt on Sep 19, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... stand for lunch then made our way to the Colosseum. We tried to imagine what life was like 2000 years ago as we walked the same paths and peered into every nook and cranny. We giggled at the Roman men scattered around the colosseum dressed as gladiators desperate to pose in pictures and make a few Euros. On our way back to the hotel we grabbed a gelato, lemon for me and pistachio for Matt. After a bit of relaxation, we strolled to the Trevi Fountain. It was quite ...

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