Cernaia Suite Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Cernaia, 51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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      Doggy goes Romin'

      A travel blog entry by tiki888 on Nov 15, 2014

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      ... theon. The shop had a photo place, but instead of looking like Pinocchio I ended up looking like a Unicorn. Kate!!!!!!

      Well home soon, Its been a great trip and I've met lots of pooches, some very fine puppies and some very strange animals. The floaty thing was a very strange experience, but I loved it (apart from having to do my do do over the edge).

      See you all soon. ...

      When in Rome .....

      A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... night life and high property prices. The river is not a focus of Rome; it used to flood regularly and covered Rome in layers of silt. This is the reason that Rome is a layered city, full of buried ruins which are constantly being discovered. This is hampering the development of a new Metro line, each time they dig futher the archaeological authorities are called in and work halts. There are thousands of tourists but Rome is big enough to handle us ...

      Off to the chariot races

      A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 22, 2014

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      Another packed day on the cards, all packed and at a quick march to meet our new tour guide Antony. We are to been shown and taught about the ancient roman areas including the Roman Forum environs culminating in the Colosseum. Again our very own guide, in fact the owner of the company. He take us past places and "things" that under usual circumstances one would just wander by. The vantage points that he takes you to and the entire story that he unfolds ...

      Quick Update

      A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 22, 2013

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      ... Julian the Apostate in 398. Julian apostatized, which meant that he wanted to return to the pagan gods (because, politically, that was easier). This is the
      Titular church of the arch bishop of New York-so the inside features crystal chandeliers he saved from a hotel ballroom in New York. Passionist fathers run church.

      We didn't do much the rest of the day. It was pretty relaxing!


      Back at the Airport

      A travel blog entry by naddlepaddle on Aug 26, 2013

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      ... were croissants with chocolate and custard, ones with jam, ones with Nutella, and so many more. This was like heaven for me because croissants are one of my top favourite fatty foods! I know I've said this before but the coffee here is amazing - so strong and delicious! Although I have noticed that in the more touristy areas you can pay around €3.50 just for one regular coffee!!! About $7 NZ !! The dutch side of me refuses to pay this no matter how bad the caffeine ...