Bed & Breakfast I Giramondo

Via Carlo Zucchi no 9 , Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Villa Doria Pamphilj, Teatro Ghione, and Villa Carpegna.
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Long lines big things

A travel blog entry by bigbanana on Jul 08, 2014

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... you get your tickets from the roman forum so we walked past to huge lines to the entry about 400 m away and purchased tickets straight away, walked directly towards to colosseum, past numerous men dressed up in Sparta costume posing for paid photos. It was so good to be able to walk past about 200 people waiting for tickets and go directly inside. Although the lines to the toilet were long enough. We went on an English speaking information tour which ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by bobmclovin on Mar 20, 2014

It's the full day here before I go home tomorrow I am happy to be going home because I think I have been here long enough and seen and done everything I came to do although it is a great place with great old buildings and a lot of history, the people here are very friendly and seem to be happy to see tourists.

I am ...

Rome - 15th September 2013

A travel blog entry by hannahdeb on Sep 15, 2013

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... di Trevi, we had a lovely lunch - A giant calzone at a restaurant, which was a couple steps from the fountain. The sun was finally coming out so we decided to make the most of it and visit the local markets. The heavy rain, unfortunately returned so we ducked into a department store, until it died down enough for us to walk home.

Mum grabbed a takeaway cappuccino from a restaurant not too far from our accommodation.

Good night x ...

Rome - day III

A travel blog entry by rachbeat on Aug 22, 2013

... colony of cats. It is also close to the site where Julius Caesar was assassinated. The cat sanctuary was really enjoyable. When you first look down into it you can't see any cats but the longer you look slowly the more cats you can see and eventually you see at least twenty or more. Made me really miss Pud Pud though :-( We carried on foot round to the famous Pantheon which is the most well preserved building from Ancient Rome. Parts were constructed in 27BC and reconstructed ...

Day 17 Marrakech - Rome

A travel blog entry by lindasarah on Jun 16, 2013

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... quite a bit of time with nomadic families in the mountains. If (when) we come back, we'd love to take a tour with him up in the mountains. He speaks of them with such passion. He is accompanying Belinda and Kristy-lee on a 2 day trip into the desert on Monday. The others members of our tour group were a mixed bunch. The original Spanish group all got on really well. Even Don became bearable. 4 of the group that joined us were well travelled best friends (2 couples). Chris was ...