No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rome
... at let alone the history and stories that go with each. Disappointed though Nanna Jean......the Trevi Fountain is closed for reno's at the moment :(. Fell into to bed exhausted at about Midnight. Woken about 2am with somebody screaming for help outside our hotel. Pretty funny, turned out to be some Gypsy we think waiting to jump whoever went to his help! Very very cunning. Just loving absolutely everything about ...
... it fell into ruin. Much of the marble and statues were reclaimed for use in a Cardinals villa nearby.
The boys took photos with their own cameras. Dan took many selfies infront of many relevant places and it soon became a game to see if they could take photos of each other by surprise. Hence it ended in an arguement between them.
Hadrians Villa was so easy to explore and very relaxing ...
... pole to balance them. If you stopped to take a photo you were then asked to give them money. There were also others selling scarves, etc, on squares of material. As we went past they all quickly picked up their stuff as the police were coming. We noticed when we were in the Forum that two of the Indian men who were balancing one on the other were being covered with a large bit of material by another Indian. We figured they were getting down or something or having a break. ...
... to forget eg toothpaste, toenail clippers and condoms! Didn't need any of these! There are coin operated washing machines and dryers which would have been invaluable a few weeks back. There is an outdoor area with lounge chairs, children's play area and games area. Interesting concept.
As we say arrivederci to Roma we say to those of you have not been here, you must! There is no city like Rome and even if you only get here once, you must. Ciao ...
... Our guide had worded us up about how amazing the fresco actually was (and what a fresco actually was) so we were suitably impressed by the artwork, which was worth breaking the rules for and secretly videotaping. If they charge that much, then you gotta expect to take home some tangible memories right?
Final day of our Roman adventure had us check out the Pantheon, all 1900+ years of it, as well as the youthful Coloseum, which we got kinda shafted for a 'tour' that ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsObelus B&B Rome
Walk to metro station - easy access to city center and Vatican. Such great owners/managers. Room was clean and breakfast was wonderful. I would stay here again :)
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.