Bed & Breakfast Orti di Trastevere

Piazza Bernardino Da Feltre 1, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | B&B
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Colosseum, Roman Forum and foot exhaustion........

A travel blog entry by debnsam


... 000 people in there, all seated according to social status. They could clear the arena within 20 minutes of the shows ending and had designated pedestrian areas around the colosseum. Basically, all modern sporting arenas are modeled on this.

I will add more narrative to photos. The Roman Forum was amazing and I would recommend a tour for this as it is so vast and without a guide, there is no way any body could really comprehend what the ruins ...

We will see what tomorrow holds for us in Paris

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


Day 31 Today we walked to Gare de Lyon Railway Station by we had a little side trip first we heard about this group of artist that formed a community with workshops and shops in a place called The Village of Saint Paul's, we found it and thought it looked good, but there wasn't much happening today, we might see if we can go back later. The station we went to today was the station we arrived in from Provence and we went to find out about tours so we have booked to go ...

Rome part III - Vatican City

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling

... in most of them to restore it to the original piece. After visiting the museums of the Vatican, we went to the magnificent St. Peter's Basilica, what a gigantic basilica! We saw in here the famous Pieta, where Mary is holding her son Jesus, after he was brought down from the cross. After a holy day, we went to St. Angelo di Castello, to see a full panoramic view of Rome, where we said our ...

Day 4 Monday 27th May

A travel blog entry by shanwilson

... us so much. Italians are so interesting to observe as they are very animated, dangerous drivers...they double park, they beep their horns, they zip in and around. Almost all cars have dings and scratches...due to parking a so close to one another We had the most delightful dinner in an old Roman Inn more than 100 years old. It was quaint and had all sorts of things inside like scooters farm equipment ...

Seeing the sights in Italy

A travel blog entry by columbus_cat


... and of course traffic. The Roman drivers are completely crazy! They all seem to know what they’re doing (and mostly avoid hitting each other) but I sure couldn’t figure it out. I’m glad I’m just a cat and not expected to do anything like drive. Of course even the sidewalks can be hazardous as people drive scooters over them! Craziness.
It’s all worth it though when you get into the city ...

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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, Sky Tours Rome, and Villa Sciarra.
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