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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    Heart of Rome

    A travel blog entry by millfamsabbat15 on Jul 08, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... Hot and tired we walked back to our hotel. The boys and Kirk have been juggling the soccer ball in various places on our trip.....the portico of the Uffizi, the train station in Assisi, the mountains of North Carolina, etc... They had not yet done it in Rome and so using Kirk's running route went to the Villa Borghese gardens to juggle, setting a new record of 107! Soph was hot and pretty much done for the day. She and I ...

    Cooking classes in Rome - A MUST!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Feb 19, 2015

    5 comments, 14 photos

    ... same bowl for cracking the eggs, this way you prevent contamination in your bowl with the ingredients.

    * Pizza crust in Rome is really thin, this is due to the high calcium content in the water. The calcium impact the yeast and does not allow for the dough to rise high. This is also the reason why they do not "load" the pizza with toppings, as the thin crust gets soggy and cannot support the weight of too many toppings.

    * Normally Johan and I make handmade ...

    No, Grazie...

    A travel blog entry by lmules on Oct 07, 2014

    3 photos

    ... was allowed in. It is sooo beautiful, again I found it hard to comprehend it's age (and also that it was done by one man with a very tiny paintbrush), however it us undoubtedly the most stunning part of the Vatican (and there are lots of amazing ceiling and wall art). Sadly my feet weren't coping so well today, and I was really relieved when it was time to depart (there are so many people, and it is so hot!). From the Vatican, we walked on to The ...

    Walking Rome.

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Oct 06, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... was built in the year 118. Got that? 118. Huge columns create the massive entrance. There is a huge circular opening in the dome that lets in the only light. There are smalls drainage holes in the marble floor to let any rain water drain away. And it is huge. You are not supposed to talk in there. They request silence. Every so often, several announcements are made in several different languages, asking for silence. The only one that has any effect is ...

    Benvenuto a Roma

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 30, 2014

    18 photos

    ... in my life.

    After recovering from the initial shock of stepping in to the basilica, I began to look at the immense marble statues, the architecture, the frescos and paintings, and most importantly the high altar. The artwork was immensely detailed. The marble statues were tributes to saints and popes who have lived and died for the Church, and they served as a beautiful reminder to the works they did in their lifetimes. Finally, I walked down the middle ...