Dimora Storica Urbana Roma

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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    Buongiorno Roma

    A travel blog entry by taniap on Sep 29, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... delayed an hour. G and I waited patiently in an orderly manner in the line to board. The minute the boarding notice came up, the Sicilians all pushed into the priority cue and somehow managed to board. Looking back at the remaining cue I don't think there were any Italians in it. Something to do with the protection money I had been hearing about in Sicily. Obviously we don't pay it. The flight was ...

    Benvenuto a Roma

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on May 30, 2014

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    ... Incredible beautiful.

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    May 8 and 9

    A travel blog entry by kamirob on May 09, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... in the heat. Oh yeah I forgot to mention it is getting hot here. Last week apparently it was cold and rainy. Sounds familiar! Thanks to modern technology and Bobby I had him download a bunch of tours of places from The Rick Steve's App. It is a sight to behold and it makes you wonder how they could build such an amphitheater in 80 AD. It could accommodate 50,000 fans watching animal exotic animals fight, man against beast and man against man. You can now see all the passage ...

    Rome: History, Culture & Culinary Delights

    A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 30, 2013

    3 comments, 47 photos

    ... just where to take the shortcuts to bring us to points with spectacular views. Another place almost too big to photograph. The Colosseum could seat 50,000 spectators and was the venue for fights between gladiators and wild beasts. Below the arena floor was a network of passageways, elevators and trap doors where they could quickly change scenery, bring in exotic animals, and introduce warriors. It was a large production to rival ...

    Rome (Day 2)

    A travel blog entry by paynefamily on Sep 19, 2013

    14 photos

    ... cafe of pizza and burgers. As you would have read previously, our quest to find a good coffee was proving difficult until we saw a priest and friend sitting next to us served what looked like a 'normal' coffee. Not being able to help ourselves we asked what they were called. "Cafe Latte" is the secret word!! We are now set!! We had a general conversation with him and he told us that Ed Cowan (Australian Cricketer) had visited his college recently. We ...