Dimora Storica Urbana Roma

Address: Via Urbana no 33, Rome, Lazio, Italy | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Monti area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Pietro, Church of San Pietro (Tuscania), Santa Maria Maggiore (Tuscania), and Santa Pudenziana.
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      When in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Jul 18, 2014

      17 photos

      ... real 'holy experience!' Rocking up to the Vatican in shorts, T-shirts and singlets is surprisingly deemed as inappropriate...who knew? We had made it through security but then it was outfit checking time...Sadly we were refused entry due to inappropriate attire...I wasn't giving in that easily, please, we are in Rome probably won't be back here for another 10 years and none of us were walking away without seeing that darn Vatican that everyone seems to rave about. A ...

      Pope's got his own country

      A travel blog entry by phil.ferrero on Jul 03, 2014

      9 photos

      ... s was truly a site to see. The ceiling rose to a football field high. Statues of popes and saints were as big as rooms, and seemed to hang over every arch and column. "Opulent" would an understatement. Unlike the Romans, this was probably not built on the backs of slaves. However, that says nothing of the tithe that was extracted from every believer in their ranks, more of an indirect form of servitude.


      Rome: the last days

      A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

      16 photos

      ... in an apartment outside Roma with his wife. Several times he pointed out to me that he was a driver, not the boss. His income is not high and so he and his wife live quietly, but this is normal for most Romans today. When I commented that in the quiet villages there seemed to be a great many carbinieri, or local police around. He told me that they were out catching drivers and avoiding criminals. When we saw several driving in the opposite direction he commented that it ...

      On The Way To Roma

      A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 18, 2013

      37 photos

      ... which was sculpted in 1499 when Michelangelo was 23 years old. All the artwork on the walls are all mosaics made of very small tile. The tiles are so small and it's so well done, that it looks like a painting. It is very impressive. Sarah wanted to have dinner in the Plazza Navona, so we got to go over the Ponte Sant' Angelo. The bridge had tons of statues on it and you got some amazing views of the Basilica. At dinner we sat behind these loud ...

      Rome - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 12, 2013

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... I took the hop on/hop off bus to get there (my feet were pretty sore by this stage) I sat on the top floor of the bus, which is open, and listened to the recorded guide as we drove around the city. This is where I really fell in love with this place. Every building is a work of art. Sculpture and fountains are everywhere. It is truly majestic. I hoped of the bus at the Trevi fountain, which was easy to find. It is beautiful. I was surprised by how big it is. And there ...