Cernaia Suite Bed and Breakfast

Via Cernaia, 51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Spring Break!

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz


... on the top of the Aventine Hill to overlook the city, spent time people watching and looking at art in Piazza Navona, and did all sorts of little things along the way. Though there were a few changes in our plans, it was a great spring break- and it was fun playing tour guide :).

And now I am lucky enough to have my family come visit me on their spring break next week!

Buona giornata! (Have a good day!)


Roma day 2

A travel blog entry by brycesimpson

... in with another view of the monstrous ancient ruins! (My dining criteria really starting to **** Massey now!) I'll remember this restaurant for the funny Italian waiter referring to me as 'Big Boss' and Alex and as 'little boss'. Between the train and the bus on the way home was a bit of a wait, so killed the time by stuffing our faces with more Gelati. I really should stop being a **** and get myself single serves instead of the triple decker waffle delux ...

Rome wasn't built in a day!!!!!

A travel blog entry by kateandglen


... lines are hours long and if you book a tour with them you can skip the lines etc. We must have had at least 10 of them approach and hassle us on our way to line up but we just kept ignoring them. We did have one guy try and work his magic for about 15 mins telling us that we would spend 2 hours in this line, go into the museum and not see anything worth while cause it was so big , spend 2 hours waiting to get into the Sis-ten Chapel and then another two hours to get into St ...


A travel blog entry by vgfamily


After Barcelona, we continued our travels in Rome. The apartment we rented, although having other small faults, had a faboulous location just a 15 min walk from the entrance to the old city. It was close enough to the center that we could handle walking there and back every day but far enough away that we were the only tourists around.

Rome's eternal charm comes from its history, apparent in the crumbling stone streets and the Roman ...

Bye bye Macerata, Hello Roma!

A travel blog entry by k8selby

... middle of the night...sufficiently creeped out it was a lucky thing that we were changing hostels that afternoon! Another big day of site-seeing ahead of us, visiting the Colosseum (properly this time), the Pantheon (although unfortunately it wasn't open), the Santa Maria Di Maggio which was amazing and finally St Peter's Basilica. The Basilica would have to be an absolute highlight of my trip. I was blown away by it and would visit it again in a heartbeat - which I did the very next ...

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