Club Kotobuki

Via Monte l'Abate, 1, Castel San Pietro Romano, Lazio, 00030, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Monte l'Abate, 1, Castel San Pietro Romano, is near Caffè Letterario, Circolo del Golf di Roma, and Labirinto.
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    Day 58 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Sep 06, 2014

    11 photos

    Time to explore Rome! Last night I agreed to walk around with one of the girls with my hostel room and she was keen for an early start! We got up, had our free breakfast and then decided that Vatican City was first on the agenda. We decided to walk as we would save money on public transport and we would be able to see things along the way. We saw heaps of old churches and ruins and about an ...

    Roaming Rome - SaturdaySunday

    A travel blog entry by nelmary on Jul 19, 2014

    ... intertwined by snakes!! The pope at the time gave MA complete freedom on what to paint on the ceiling. His only guideline to MA was to make it memorable. Well, MA certainly did! Every image/person on the ceiling is Jewish!! Our time in the Chapel was limited. What I really wanted to do was to lay on the floor and gaze up for a limitless amount of time!

    The clarity of colors and intricacy of each image on the ceiling is what ...

    Day 52 (Perugia/Rome)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 30, 2014

    We woke up early again this morning to say goodbye to akashi and Georgie. After that we did the little packing we had to do, went out for breakfast near our hotel and then checked out and hit the road. It was meant to be a long drive but even though mum and dad got lost it only took two hours. Me, Nim and atifa all sat in the back listening to our iPods and acting like siblings. We stopped at an auto grill on the way but apart from that it was ...

    Roman history ... lots of marble involved!

    A travel blog entry by clgs on May 28, 2014

    4 comments, 21 photos

    ... manic than it was in the past. Is that possible? Or is it just that Melbourne's traffic has grown more chaotic and frantic by comparison? Discuss. Whatever the answer it does seem more ordered and polite than before. Having said that, the Italians are still happy to park wherever they feel like stopping! The Colosseum was duly found and, as per expectations, was half covered in scaffolding. It was bright and clean in the sunshine, a crumbling monument to ...

    Taken back to Ancient Rome

    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 28, 2014

    26 photos

    We had a tour booked today with Real Rome Tours. The tour would be 3.5 hours which would take us through the Roman Forum and the Colosseum (including the underground and upper level). This was something I was personally looking the most forward to. We got there for 12:15pm as the tour started at 12:30pm. Everyone was there early and we only had a group of 8 people which was great. We were given headsets, Dario (our guide) introduced himself and we were off ...