Bed & Breakfast Orange Garden

Via Giovanni Vitelleschi 34 , Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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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 Statua di Santa Caterina.
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    Rome wasn't built in a day!

    A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Jul 03, 2014

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    We arrived in Rome close to midnight on Thursday night, after an uneventful flight on Vueling, Our ride to our accommodation was waiting for us and we had a speedy ride over to the hotel (speed limit was 130km/hr on the motorway!). We had to wait a wee while for the owner to appear when we arrived, as our accommodation was a little hotel taking up one floor of an apartment building, and it seemed she lived elsewhere. Nevertheless she seemed nice enough and showed us to ...

    A visit to Emporer Hadrians villa

    A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... were few people there. We just wandered around for a few hours and even got lost trying to leave. Forgot to turn left at the fork in the road I guess?

    I have almost lost my voice and it is very frustrating, I think David and the boys are OK with it though. Go on everyone, make a few jokes about Jen being unable to speak! Anyway, one last night in noisey, messy Rome- going to miss Italy.


    Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... if that meant there were other ways they were able to stay up off the ground.
    We then went to the Forum. This is the first time that we have really looked at it. I had a book from 1987 showing the way the Forum looks (still the same now as in the book) and how it would have looked and what each of the places were. A guide actually stopped us, noticing the book, to ask if she could see something in it because she remembered it and said it was one of the best she has used. ...


    A travel blog entry by vaggers on Sep 02, 2013

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    We were just so excited to arrive in Rome . It's been years spent just talking about how "one day" we would come and now we were here . The lady ,Rita ,who owned the apartmenr where we were staying was picking us p from the airport . Rita seemed lovely and her English was way better than my Italian thats for sure . Will was already picking it up. Anyway we finally arrived . The tiny little cobblestones streets on Rome were packed with cars, scooters and pedestrians ...

    The Carbohydrate Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jun 30, 2013

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    ... nearby Roman Forum (actually pretty interesting) but only 45 minutes of crowd dodging in the actual Coloseum. A bit of a dampener, but a phenomenal building nonetheless. Our bus was to leave from a campsite out of town so we caught the public transport across there, literally packed like sardines in a tin can (sneaky Radiohead reference) to a sweet camping ground with all the trimmings and woke for a journey to Siena the next morning.
    Before arriving in Siena, we had a ...