Perseo B&B

Via Cipro 56, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy | B&B
Prices starting from $84.00

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Rome: Getting Organised

A travel blog entry by dmacrae


... nowhere to put the bike bags where they were not in the way. It is an expensive hotel and we will not use it again. Overnight torrential rain fell, and the carpet next to the balcony was soaked by water coming in under the door. After a generous breakfast (including some sandwiches and cornettos secreted in Helen's handbag), we went off for a brisk walk past the exclusive shops in Via Veneto to the Borghese gardens. The Borghese Palace was closed, but ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by stef5353


Made an evening-morning Skype call to Melbourne to watch Florence rip and munch her way through her x-mas paper while we talked to Katrin and Chris. On x-mas morning we made a few more Skype calls to the Netherlands, Switzerland and Australia before going for lunch at a local restaurant as the public transport in Rome shut down for the day at 13:00. The food was OK but a bit of a struggle by the end of munching our way through ...

To Montecassino and into Rome

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... and get a ride there and back, doing our own thing while we were in the city.

Joe, our guide, also went over all of the transfer information for everyone, what time they need to be at the hotel lobby on the day of their departure for the ride to the airport. Not everyone purchases the transfer from Cosmos. Including me! It’s so strange to think that this is just the beginning, really, of my adventure in Italy and Spain. It’s only day 15 out of ...

Roma via Firenze

A travel blog entry by roganna


... for eating out in Italy are basically pizza or pasta. We found fries on the pizzeria menu tonite, so Roger was excited to have fries with his pizza (but not ON his pizza). Update on things we've learnt: Italians like their water sparkling. If you ask for water in a restaurant, you need to specify if you just want regular water. Usually the waiter will ask "sparkling or still?", or "gas or no gas?". The latter always makes us snicker. Also, you pay for water with meals. ...

Rain has been the theme of this trip...

A travel blog entry by melissabelle


... nt including flight time. It's gone by so fast I don't know what to think. Another cool thing I did was visit the cappuccian crypt, which is a small part of church near barberini. It's over 1500 years old and decorated with the skeletons of 4000 monks who wanted to be buried there. Light fixtures made out of bones? Pretty interested. Also saw some pretty cool mummies at the Vatican museum, better than tw one the had ...

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This B&B, located in the Monte Mario area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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