B&B Alexander

Address: Via Calatafimi 19, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast

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          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          Day 4 - Thursday 30th July 2015

          A travel blog entry by moomindumbo on Jul 30, 2015

          10 photos

          ... getting hot we decided to eat an early lunch close by and headed to Divin Ostilia wine bar again. This time it was open so we decided to give it a try. This place is tiny! It only has around 12 covers, it had a nice small menu and we took the last available table. We ordered gnocchi with tomato and mozzarella and roast chicken and fried potatoes, a beer and a glass of white wine. The waitress was very pleasant but hardly spoke any English, I did my best with the Italian I knew and ...

          Rome Part II

          A travel blog entry by ohrnsabbatical on Mar 14, 2015

          18 photos

          ... of others kinda does. If you are coming to Rome, pay for the tour that takes you in an hour before the museum opens. I think it would be worth it to see the Sistine Chapel without a crowd.

          One of the best tips we learned from a Rick Steve's podcast is when coming to Rome go visit the churches because they house some of the best art work and it is available to view for free without the crowds.Today, we spent the morning ...

          Bodies & Bones

          A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

          5 photos

          ... with room after room of incredible art works - paintings, sculptures, mosaics, frescoes, tapestries etc. Each room seemed to deliver something bigger and better than the last. Finally it all became too much to take in and I was left feeling numb. Apparently we had picked a good day to visit but there was still a sea of humanity swelling around us. 23,000 people per day visit which is a lot. There were people from all corners of the world demonstrating just how universal ...

          Day 14 - Rome

          A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Jul 31, 2014

          8 photos

          ... The land was very flat for a large part of the journey, although not flat enough for the Italians when it came to road making.

          For scores of Kilometers the roadway we are travelling was built upon bridges and viaducts and it was amazing to be driving along these concrete roads when one finds out how financially hard up the country is. I understand most of these roads were built pre WW2 and it really has paid off for the transport industry in Italy.


          Is the Pope Catholic?

          A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 19, 2014

          2 comments, 33 photos

          ... expecting him to come through in a car waving to everybody but he was just walking and singing along like the rest of them. We didn’t really realize it was him until he was past. Ruby just thought he was interesting because he was wearing an orange robe so she took a photo but then it clicked it was the Pope because that was the end of the parade. Can you believe it?! The Queen in London and the Pope in Rome. We're pretty special!

          Denice & Ruby