Bed & Breakfast Orange Garden

Via Giovanni Vitelleschi 34 , Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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Colosseum, Roman Forum and foot exhaustion........

A travel blog entry by debnsam


... they had hardly any meat in their diet and mostly cereals. They were paid for their fights and if they survived used this money towards purchasing their freedom. They trained with wooden weapons, and were only given the real things minutes before entering the arena. This was to prevent uprisings and reduce the chance of them committing suicide!

The building itself is a testament to the brilliance of the people at the time, they could seat 50,000 ...

Today we catch the BATOBUS

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


... into the centre of Paris and sat and happy hour, lots of nibbles and a couple of wines. We thought we might catch the last bus to take us close to our apartment but unfortunately the buses were about to stop, so we started walking and walking looking for a taxi which we seemed wasn't about to happen so we found an other restaurant, sat out side and had dinner, by this time it was about 9.00 pm, after that we found our cab and headed ...

Rome part III - Vatican City

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... moment in which God gives life to Adam. Going down the wall you can see a scene that depicts going to hell, in one of the faces of the demons is the face of the bishop that commissioned the artwork, as he complained too much to Michelangelo. Also some of the scenes contain nudity and the artwork was modified to include pants and shorts for the characters as it was immoral at the time, now it was ...

Day 4 Monday 27th May

A travel blog entry by shanwilson

... We walked for hours and there were artefacts all along the way, so much to take in all in this amazing area. Also it is in use still where Italians can be married, baptised,etc. Also they have mass every week and tens of thousands go. The colosseum must have been an engineering piece of brilliance to still be standing. We were in awe of all. The local guide was great as she was so passionate ...

Seeing the sights in Italy

A travel blog entry by columbus_cat


... it was left undisturbed and covered in ash for nearly 1700 years the town is almost perfectly preserved underneath the ash. It’s now been partially
excavated so you can see what life was like almost 2000 years ago. It’s actually a bit spooky when you’re there!

Next, I travelled up the boot to visit Rome. Rome is an amazing city! There are so many ancient buildings, museums with famous ...

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This B&B, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Auditorio Pio.
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