Martini Bed

Via dei Fulvi 67, Rome, Lazio, 00174, Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by windystevej


... for walking and cycling in Switzerland and France but not so good in Italy it seems. That said, the countryside of Tuscany is very pretty, green and lush rolling hills. The beaches are fine but not worth raving about. Ended the day in Lido Tarquinia a small (but actually quite busy and touristy for a change) town which hopefully will give us a good spot to windsurf from if the wind picks up as promised.

The wind didn't happen so we had a ...

Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... with officials in Adelaide and Canberra, ringing the airlines, and visiting a police station and making an official police report with the Italian police. Very frustrating as there was not even an apology given for the inconvenience caused. -B James We are quite disappointed because we are in Italy and have not had any PASTA OR PIZZA!!!!!!!! In every country except China we have had chicken and chips as one of our meals. D: - Ella, Anthea, Kate and Bianca The Colosseum To the east of ...

History and beauty

A travel blog entry by cameron7

... about the big fat Greek wedding. This wasn't that bad but it was very gaudie but what a church. Dinner out again at Primo cafe in the Fiori I had meat balls and Jane had the lobster with pasta. Very funny watching Jane cut up half a lobster, I had tears running down my face laughing at Janus eating. It wasn't good as it was too much and too gluey. Not coming back ...

Roman holiday

A travel blog entry by gretchenart


... brim with fragole and anana (strawberries and pineapple) that were wonderfully sweet North African imports sold by a bengalese.

Third was my official colazionne or breakfast Italian style of latte macchiato (lots of hot milk and a small amount of espresso style coffee) and a croissant made with a flavor more similar to rye bread, probably as I think it had caraway seeds in it. It was filled with prosciutto and melted cheese. Delicioso!

Campo di Fiori and ...

Bulls testicles and chocolate at Eataly

A travel blog entry by matandali


... we stood at the end of a taxi line, some 100 passengers long. Thankfully this only took 20 minutes and we arrived at the apartment around 9pm. Our hosts, Michele and his wife Silvia, are lovely, and went to great lengths to ensure we had maps with important local sites marked on them, and a good understanding of the metro train system. They also pointed out some other less-known local attractions, such as the best gelateria in Rome (Giolitti, which we ...

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