Address: Via Domenico Jachino 77, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | B&B
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Dinner at Caffe

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 22, 2014

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... that you may not have what you ordered. Not sure about this game...

Nontheless, it was a fun night and a great meal. With desert, Adrian ripped out the complimentary Lemon liquor. A little medicinal but OK if you knocked it back like a shot.

Then home and bed. Looking for an early start but that may be a fantasy with the kids.


The ruins of Roma inc Pompeii

A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 13, 2014

... the coffee, the less said about that the better. Even the biggest cup is small by Australian standards, I'm fairly certain the only type of milk they use is long life UHT milk and if the coffee is served warmer than room temperature then you're in for the shock of your life. The actual city itself is awesome, old ruins everywhere, stacks of history and natural spring water fountains on every corner. The Vatican and the churches are more of the same, garish red and ...

Caesar's stomping grounds

A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 17, 2013

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... work of Moses is in the Church. It is. And it is quite a unique piece. The chains of St. Peter are also on show in the altar area with some interesting naves and relics from days gone by.The hotel is just around the corner and down the hill, so we head down and decide to have a rest and to freshen up. Then we can head out into Rome for some last minute shopping and some dinner. We head towards the Pantheon again, because that is where the souvenirs ...

Day 10- Rome via the port of Civitavecchia

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures on Aug 31, 2013

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... underneath the dome. The altar is a remarkable site and goes to show how important Peter was and still is to the Catholics. Guess what? Peter also has a statue of himself along the wall of the church. Peter is revered so much that visitors walk by and kiss his big right toe creating a worn spot on the statue. I love Peter like everyone else but not enough to kiss his foot. I saw several people walking away with cold sores on their lip after ...

All roads lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by clancyteagle on Aug 24, 2013

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... replacement. It is electric and versatile and Tim believes it can double as a sewing machine. This new purchase which folds down to fit into Helen's carry on luggage will solve many pressing storage problems for at least one of the Clancy's. As Helen's craft continues to colonise both garages we do not believe her when she says that this is the last of her territorial demands.

The beautiful Cinque Terre is now a prized holiday ...