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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      A Comedy of (Roman) Errors

      A travel blog entry by cmatoian on Oct 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... which gave us differing routes. After walking in several circles, we were finally on our way back to the hotel. On the way back to the hotel, we found a sign that said "Trevi Fountain turn right. 1 minute" It was the only sign for Trevi Fountain. We turned right and walked...and walked.....and walked. We consulted our 3 map apps and all gave slightly differing options. We eventually used instinct (and followed the ...

      If It Is Saturday, Must Be Roma!

      A travel blog entry by liebling on Oct 11, 2014

      21 photos

      ... were absolutely packed. Us girls went to check out the street that had THE best shopping in all of Rome, couldn't believe that in Louis Vuitton I saw a lady that looked so much like Rita, then realized it was Rita standing in front of a mirror!!

      We found our men sitting on the Spanish Steps enjoying a beer. It was starting to get dark & decided to return to the hotel to meet up on the rooftop bar to have a glass of wine. It was such ...

      When in Rome

      A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jul 04, 2014

      26 photos

      ... were inside…Do you think this is where people sat? What do you think this passage was for? How many elephants do you think fought in here? We tried to imagine the history that transpired there, how it might have looked, and took way too many pictures. Later, when we explored the Vatican and churches throughout the city, Jackson would ask if the marble inside was once on the Colosseum. (It's nice to know that he is listening to something ...

      Day 1 in Rome

      A travel blog entry by eva.brennan on Jun 22, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... to say we waited, yes it was hot, and the kids were whinging. But it was well worth it, in 15mins the Pope appeared in his window to huge roar from the gathered crowd. It was actually quite emotional. He gave his Sunday address (of which we didn’t understand anything) and then blessed the crowd. It was wonderful to be part of this very ...

      Best laid plans...

      A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 13, 2013

      54 photos

      ... just couldn’t see it for a while. Farther along there were a few wide ramp-like entries where the bicyclists could easily access this bike path.

      Just where the Olympic stadium and buildings begin, there’s a beautiful pedestrian bridge called Ponte della Musica, very modern looking with bold white sweeping steel arches. The very next bridge, the Ponte Duca d’Aosta, was named after a WWI hero and at the entrance to the bridge there ...