Bed & Breakfast Orti di Trastevere

Address: Piazza Bernardino Da Feltre 1, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Porta Portese, San Francesco d'Assisi a Ripa, Villa Sciarra, and Sky Tours Rome.
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    The trouble with public transport

    A travel blog entry by nannakez on Oct 26, 2012

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    The trouble with public transport is that you have to share it with "the public".We arrived at Sorrento station this morning happy in knowing we would get a seat to Naples unlike the sardine can we arrived in, a newer train and space for our luggage, we opened our ereaders ready for a relaxing trip to Naples. But then SHARON happened!!!We are …

    Goodbye to Salerno

    A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... still affecting Rome and Italy and that their taxes and service fees were very high. He said that half of our payment for accommodation would go to the Government. On top of the accommodation the Government charges visitors to the city a tax of (3-1/2) euros per person per night. That was an additional (21) euro to the Government. This is a charge we have had to pay in each city.

    We are looking forward to our trip to the Vatican ...

    Facts about The Spanish Steps

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... triangular Spanish square is named after the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See. In the 17th century, the area around the embassy was even considered Spanish territory. The idea of connecting the church with the square below originates from the 17th century, when the French also planned a statue of King ...

    Pompeii & Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... found has enabled researchers to really understand what life was like in Roman times. We visited the public baths and could see how the Romans had invented underfloor heating and a system for having a series of pools at different temperatures. The lead water pipe they installed bringing water through the town is visible and some of the streets had underground sewers. Houses had shutters while shops had sliding doors and you can tell which is which just by ...

    Have you been robbed yet?

    A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 15, 2014

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    ... offering us roses, then figured it was time to catch that hop on-hop off bus and sit for a while, we just didn't know where to catch it! Eventually after lots of uphill walking we found the bus stop and got on it for the rest of the ride to see if we'd missed anything, but about 2 minutes down the road it stopped at the end of the line so we headed home. Out for spaghetti for dinner and crashed. Not sure either of us have ever been so tired from walking ...