Address: Via Domenico Jachino 77, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | B&B
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Contradictions everywhere

A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 12, 2015

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... in Italian to me. I didn't realise he was talking to me at first so I missed it. I told him "non capisco" (I don't understand). He asked me "Dov'e sei?" Where are you from. I replied. "Sono Australiana"- you all get that. To which he replied "Sei una bella ragazza molta"- Means I am a very beautiful girl. I was a bit gobsmacked so I replied thank you in Italian and moved on. He stared at me in corners for the rest of our stay there-creepy!!!!

Rome day 2

A travel blog entry by obrillips on Jun 12, 2014

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First stop on today's trip was the Pantheon, It was unbelievably spectacular. From the giant columns at the front of the building to the unimaginable dome roof that makes the building so iconic. Amy managed to us an Ipad app to capture a complete 360 image of the whole building so others can get a feel for what it was like standing in the center of the great structure. We continued on through more legendary Piazzas, fountains, and fantastically decorated church interiors. ...

The wedding and the day after.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 04, 2014

... in a popular gentlemen’s magazine that if a woman preens in front of you, it’s a sure sign of attraction. I’m asking the author of that note to stop publishing such ridiculous conclusions and refrain from misleading the public. Miss Fendi has preened eight times in my presence (the windows become as reflective as mirrors when the train is in a tunnel and there have been eight tunnels so far) and it’s safe to establish that any attraction is remarkably absent.


Rome: the last days

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

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... mountain rivers. The other very old claim to fame was that it was the home of Emperor Nero's country villa. It was an elaborate affair with some grand marble. In the 6th century, a young man, fed up with the dissipation of Rome found a cave on the mountainside and settle in there to contemplate. For the rest of this man's story, look up the Father of Western Monasticism and Patron saint of all Europe, Saint Benedict. About half way up the hill is a monastery called St ...

We drive from Sarlat to Bordeaux

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 04, 2013

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... we had our coffee. We found this toilet in the park and couldn't believe it, the men's urinal was sitting out in the open, definitely NO privacy there, it's seems they don't care who sees them. About an hour and a half later we stopped on the side of the road to have our lunch and we needed a toilet so we go into a bar which seemed a bit suss, I think it was like a T A B it had a couple of bikes and a couple of other men, but we didn't feel very comfortable so ...