EmilyHouse Porta Maggiore

Via Muzio Attendolo 43, Rome, Lazio, 00176, Italy | B&B
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Visiting our pal the Pope

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... antipasti’s, before moving onto our main meals. I wasn’t super impressed with my chicken burger, but Joanna matter-of-factly said: ‘That’s what you get for ordering a burger in an Italian restaurant.’ Touche. I did enjoy my Sex on the Beach cocktail though! Mum said ‘my pal’ the Pope probably wouldn’t have approved of my beverage choice.

Katharina and Mira had to leave ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by latzylu


... I walked around at least three times buying things and deciding in my terribly unproductive way.

On the way to the famous Trevi fountain I found the pantheon. It busy and there was a lot of shushing. It was difficult to capture in photo. I was getting annoyed at the people unable to stay quiet. Guess it was easy for me as I had no one to speak to. I had something to eat out the front before moving on. I was loaded with food from the market.


To the Vatican

A travel blog entry by steinsummer2013

... Yuck!
So, we continued on and got Jonah some McDonald's.
We took the subway to the Vatican and joined the hordes of tourists. The heat was pretty intense once we entered St. Paul's piazza. The enormous Vatican lay in front of us. We weren't sure quite what to Don't. The line to get into the basilica wound halfway down the collumnades.
We walked to get some info and met a guy on a segway who talked us into a 2.5 hour "skip the line" tour. We had to hurry ...


A travel blog entry by sinaicota


Two weekends ago, I was able to get myself to Rome where an old friend, Alessandra, showed me around. Ale lives in Rome, but is originally from Milan. I met her through an exchange that she did at SDSU. The first day I got there (on the train), she took me sightseeing right away. I was so surprised at how close everything was. I literally saw everything I needed to see in one day, but since I was there two full days I also went to the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica ...

Well Here We Are!!!!

A travel blog entry by markandjillayne


... side of Neptune is a statue representing Abundance, the statue on the right represents Salubrity. Above the sculptures are bas-reliefs, one of them shows Agrippa, the general who built the aqueduct that carries water to the fountain.

The water at the bottom of the fountain represents the sea. Legend has it you will return to Rome if you throw a coin into the water. You should toss it over your shoulder with your back to the fountain.


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This B&B, located in the Prenestino Labicano area of Rome, is near Castelluccio, Roman Walls, Esquiline, and Caelian.
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