Relais Al Senato

Corsia Agonale, 10, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Piazza Navona, Fountain of the Four Rivers, Sant' Ivo, and Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella.
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    Day 26 Civitavecchi (Rome)

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... headed back towards the ship and a nice quiet afternoon. After 3 1/2 weeks of being constantly on the go we quite appreciated being able to go back to our room and partake in a "nana nap" for a couple of hours, then take the opportunity of exploring the ship,a little more while there was not many people around. As it turned out we were actually about an hour late setting sail, as, quoting the captain " we still have about 700 passengers who have not made it back yet" ...


    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 28, 2014

    ... smoke, laugh, and ignore you. Finally, these service people often express anger to those who ask a question, and either walk away or in front of the customer. The end result is you see clans of these service people f rollicking together, helping visitors rarely, and quite often shouting out some angry direction in stacotto Italian. It was almost comical.

    The Mass was absolutely exquisite, focused by the deep attention of the million of ...

    Day One Hundred and Thirty Four

    A travel blog entry by loganriddick on Nov 16, 2013

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    Today I recovered from my party last night, walked around the Colloseum (outside only) and down Alessandria road over part of the Roman Forum that was recently excavated. Then I walked around the Trajan Column and Vittorian Palace and then the Pantheon. Afterwards, I went with Joao and other couchsurfers to Viterbo, to visit the medieval city and bathe like Romans in a natural ...

    Florence and Rome!

    A travel blog entry by paultsch on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... then I anticipated, walked around the city for a bit, ate some authentic Italian food, and went to the academia to see Michelangelo's David. I waiting for an hour and a half and took a nap in line, but it was worth it!!!! the David was incredible and I would advise everyone to take the time to see it!!! after the David I went back to my hostel to take a much needed nap, then hung out with the people in ...

    The Antiquities and The Chapel

    A travel blog entry by diandpete on Jun 24, 2013

    Breakfast arrived a little earlier today, around 0815; more of the same. Croissants followed by croissants. By now we were grateful for the small box of cereal we bought yesterday! Sam had pre-booked entry to the Vatican Museum and we had a midday entry time so no real rush. Although we were only about 10 minutes from the Vatican City, the museum was on the opposite side so it meant another half hour plus walk to get there. We passed enormous queues in St Peter's Square waiting ...