La Mongolfiera Rooms
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rome
Today was the much awaited day of our visit to the Colosseum. I was expecting long queues but as we'd bought a 'Roma Card' we were able to walk straight in. Naturally I had high expectations and I wasn't disappointed. Despite having been before Lauren was obviously excited too. On the road leading up to the Colosseum she walked faster than I think I've ever seen and I was struggling to keep up with her! The scale of the place was impressive and you're still able to get some sense of what ...
Our last day in Rome was another sunny one, and with a couple of sights still to see we headed back into the city to make the most of the day. Starting with a walk to the Spanish steps, we jumped on the metro and travelled to the south-western side of town, passed the Circus Maximus (an old Roman race track) and over the river to Travestre – a traditional working class suburb, with amazing eateries. Having heard of a Trattoria I was ...
... restaurants in Rome. What a fun night. As I write this, with Tessa over my shoulder, it is approaching 12:30 am. We better get to bed. We have a busy day of touring ancient Roman sights tomorrow before we leave Italy and head to Germany. We will certainly miss the great food we have had while in Italy. I am sure Germany will have its own fun surprises. I can not wait to see what is next on our adventure.
... waitress asked me to try the wine I did it with a laugh. I mean, it's a house wine in Italy. How bad could it possibly be?!?! Our second train was crowded but fast and, despite the misgivings about Italians and time, we were on time. Then it was a quick cab ride to our Roman home: a fourth floor studio with a view of the top of the Spanish Steps and a loft bedroom. Luckily for Gord, there was a tiny elevator, and the suitcase didn't need to visit the loft. Te apartment ...
... block alley nook and cranny of this city. I love the smells coming form the restraints every time you walk by. It reminds me of the Italian restraints back home in Pittsburgh PA.I have not seen a Target, Wal-Mart. So it the city has a distinct quaint feel about it.
We decided to have a coffee and use the toilets, Strongly toilets are not located in the kitchens like San Francisco they are located in the basement down a set of torturous stairs and only ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet