Maestre Pie Filippini

Via Giuseppe Missori, 19, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | B&B
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Romein' Around

A travel blog entry by lindalochrie

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... this is wrong."

We caught the bust to Rome at 2AM with quite the buzz going. It made for a sound sleep, but then we abruptly woke up realizing we were already in Rome. The bus station seemed sketchy, and since it was still dark, we stayed on the bus until Fumiocino and took the metro to the city center. Everyone was having a very rough and sleepy morning. Three hours of sleep does not suffice. We ...

When in ROME

A travel blog entry by schreinski

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... absolutely perfect. At this point of the day we couldn't unfortunately get into the Colosseum due to it closing for the night so we headed to get dinner at a small café where we listened to accordion players for the time being. We stopped at the Vatican on the way back and took millions of pictures of it at night. It was beautiful and it was almost like a dream because your whole life you see the Vatican and everything surrounding it on television, and now it was literally within ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by staciehall

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... on great contests and circuses (with gladiators, live animals and Christians) to keep their subjects happy. Crowd capacity of 55,000, which they could get them all inside within 15mins, with plenty of drinking and betting on the contests going on. Seems Ancient Rome had its own equivalent of the MCG and Robbie Waterhouse, and Tickettek could learn a thing or two.

The kids had an awesome time climbing over ...

Colosseum

A travel blog entry by alav413

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Today we took a guided walking tour of the Forum, the Palentine and the Colosseum. Our tour guides name was Camilla and she was great! The Roman forum is where the centre of Ancient Rome was located. It is now mostly ruins because of the Popes using the marble in other ventures. The palatine is the place where Romulus founded Rome. The Colosseum was amazing. Because of our guided tour, we ...

Vatican city

A travel blog entry by nickandnicole

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... if they let a woman be pope and shocked if they let someone who wasn't Catholic. We then went through the Vatican museum which really rivals the Louvre with the exception that the Vatican's art is mostly replicas not counting the walls and ceilings which are beautiful and original. The museum ends in the Sistine Chapel which was, of course, filled with tourists but if you can ignore the other people it truly ...

Location

This B&B, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Janiculum Hill, Teatro Ghione, Villa Lante, and Corsia Sistina.
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