Mi Casa Tu Casa Bed & Breakfast

Via Principe Eugenio 3, Rome, Lazio, 00139, Italy | B&B
Prices starting from $56.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

It just keeps getting better

A travel blog entry by cardinalrose


... a line by 6:30AM. One thing I have really noticed is the Italians (maybe Europeans in general) do not stand in single file lines. It is every man/woman for themselves and if you are passive, you are pushed back. It didn't matter though because our line happened to be the first gate they opened to the Vatican! People literally, RAN in. It was so exciting, we couldn't help but run too. We got seats about ten rows back from the Pope's chair! We ...

Sightseeing Take One

A travel blog entry by inboccaallupo


... square promptly followed after to see the what the commotion was. I'm still not entirely sure what was happening, but it was still exciting and made for some great pictures!

The Pantheon itself was a little smaller than I imagined but no less breath taking. I deposited a few euro in the offering boxes located inside to give support since, amazingly, they don't charge for you to visit. The whole thing was beautiful with the many gorgeous statues, alters, ...

(Way) Back in Time

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


Checking the weather forecast does no good at all. Today was supposed to be a partly cloudy day, rain tomorrow, and mostly sunny on Wednesday—about as good as a 3-day stretch (for my Roma Pass) as I could hope for in October. All of that has since changed.

I got to the Roman Forum by about 9:00 AM and went right in at the entrance on Via di Fori Imperali—it took me maybe 30 minutes to walk from the apartment. The skies were cloudy but with some ...

Day 14: Vatican

A travel blog entry by cookie1996


... morning and spend their whole day looking at the art displayed all over the museum. The Pope must be very interested in art to have so many pieces of art displayed every year.
If you are lucky, then you might get to see the Pope walking by which I doubt, but it could be possible. ...

In The Summertime

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni


... the people fighting such exotic creatures, putting their lives on the line, did so for the emperor, to show that man controlled the animals. The lunchtime spectacle showed two things, that crime did not pay, and that the animals did the emperors work for him under his direction, that he was in control. The gladiatorial events showed what heroes would do for their emperor, proving that he was worth their lives. The whole thing worked a treat. Time to move this little lesson to the side ...

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This B&B, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Rome, is near Santa Prassede, Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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