Crazy Holiday Bed & Breakfast

Via Magna Grecia, 103, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | B&B
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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 ...

Castles and Monsters

A travel blog entry by dmatten on Apr 11, 2014

... It was impressive in its magnitude but I didn't find it as nice as the baths we had seen the first day, even though it was more complete. It was cool to walk the battlements and look out over the city. There were munition stores, murder holes and arrow apertures which gave the impression that this was a building built to last. It also contained the (old) Pope's apartments, which were a collection of nice painted rooms that stood out in contrast to the plain facades of ...

Just walking and shopping with a bit of Leonardo

A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 08, 2013

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Slept in and rested after the marathon walking effort yesterday at Pope Franks place. We went the obelisk early. An obelisk is a vertically erect, four sided structure that sits on a base and tapers to a pyramid top. Parts of the Egyptian obelisks would have been plated in gold, most likely the pyramid top that reached into the heavens. There are 13 obelisks in Rome. Moving the obelisk is an even greater accomplishment than ...

Day on the ferry

A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Aug 28, 2013

Today we had a long bus ride down to the ferry where we boarded a large ferry for an overnight journey to Greece, it looked cool from the outside but they didn't fill there pool up I bought a wine which tasted like vinegar and it was pritty boring. But on the upside their kebab was soo yummy! We played a **** load of card games sunbathed on the deck and had an amazing sleep in our cabin, it's really weird cause a lot of people ...

Days 18 - 20: Rome

A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jun 19, 2013

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... isn't the best)! I got us there eventually, but it was fun seeing different streets and shops. We feel really safe here at night because there are so many people out and about until late. This morning we had a good sleep in. The air conditioning in our hotel isn't working properly so I think it was actually cooler outside than in! By the time we left the hotel it was midday, and we walked to the Pantheon which we were both very fascinated by. Then we went to the Piazza Navona ...