QuodLibet

Via Barletta, 29, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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Two Tiramisus and a Caesar Salad

A travel blog entry by travelingsmith

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... full day in Rome. We hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. Buon Natale!


Dad highlight - seeing how they constructed the coliseum
Dad lowlight - walking continuously up and down on uneven stones

Mom highlight - sitting at the fountain at the Pantheon, eating lemon gelato and listening to street musicians
Mom lowlight - the salad that came on top of my pizza crust

Brian highlight - other than napping, hearing ...

Italy - Rome

A travel blog entry by stephjames

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... Yum! We headed to the Trevi fountain. It is very cool but impossibly busy. And apparently this is the quiet season. It's a struggle to even get to the fountain. But we made it, took a few snaps and then escaped the hordes of tourists alive. Just. We then headed to the colosseum. This was awesome. It's just crazy thinking about what used to happen inside and the fact it's (mostly) still standing. Very cool. There are pushy people trying to sell you ...

Long day!!!

A travel blog entry by afahrni

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Today we tackled the Vatican museum and St. Peter's Basilica. Ever since I took Art History in college it has been a dream if mine to see the Sistine Chapel with the ceiling painted by Michelangelo. As we were touring the museum, Keana expressed her excitement - I asked her how she knew about it and her reply was something like ' ummmmm ... It's in Spaceship Earth at Disney!' That made me realize all those trips to Disney weren't just to learn about hidden Mickeys:-). ...

Mithraism and Food

A travel blog entry by john_tillett

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... out of ancient Roman refuse (specifically, storage jars- Amphorae). It was a pleasant way to start the trip.

The afternoon was spent exploring some of the major underground sites in Rome with an extremely nerdy Texan Archeologist, and a very motley group of tourists. Due to silt build up over two millennia from floods of the River Tiber, much of what once was is now meters underground. Earthquake ...

Touring Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by thowell12

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... words, we had to get 'argy bargy' with the locals in order to get on the train. Lots of pushing & shoving going on. We made it in time to meet out tour for all things ancient in Rome. Our tour guide was also an archeologist named Viviana Carbonara. She was working as an archeologist on the 'Roman Forum'. What an amazing place this is - probably my favourite in Rome. It was the commercial, religious, political & legal centre of the city at the time of Augustus ...

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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, Castroni, and TourinRome.
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