Relais Al Senato

Corsia Agonale, 10, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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Roma, la città della storia

A travel blog entry by rtwjustus


... declare the deceased as saints. Besides swelling the large number of tourists in Rome there is expected to be over 6,000 persons from Poland (one of the to be saints hometown) along with hundreds and hundreds more of believers. I think that is a fair estimation as today in Vatican City and all throughout Rome we ran into most of them. They were in Vatican City singing, being interviewed on tv (yes, I did manage to photo bomb one interview and Des ...

Venice to Rome via Assisi

A travel blog entry by kitchin


... finishes by wishing everyone a good lunch! It was so hot we decided to return to the hotel for a relaxing afternoon with dinner in a local restaurant. We have another day in Rome at the end of our cruise so we are betting it will be cooler with less tourists to give us time to see more.

Next day was another early start back to St Peters Square. Some of the group took a tour of the ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle


It feels wrong to say the best thing about Rome was the gelato. But I can't help it. The heat, combined with the humidity, had me fantasizing about swimming in large vats of the stuff. I know I'm supposed to say the Colosseum, or the Pantheon, or even the Vatican but I have to be honest with you... and myself. Gelato, with its statute minimum 3.5% butterfat, is my favourite memory of Rome.

We arrived around 10:30 am after a quick flight ...

The Vatican and the crowds!

A travel blog entry by caseyfamily


... sen. While this church contained the remains of two popes it also had more skulls than i have ever seem in a church. We managed to find a restaurant off the beaten path that had fresh pasta. This turned out to be a great choice of venues as we all enjoyed our dinners. We then went to the piazza navona for gelato and relaxed listening to the buskers and watching the hustlers sell their wares. We can't believe tonight is our last night! Here we come Canada! Ciao ...

All trains lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... stands at the centre of the major roundabout in Rome with cars, buses, trucks, bikes etc going wherever they pleased but 'organised' by two policemen - the motorists and pedestrians didn't seem to notice them though and went about their own way.

For dinner we had beaut pizza but the red wine was not like I thought it would be. We were surrounded by French religious. Walked home, exhausted but very happy and very pleased with my personal tour guide!


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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Piazza Navona, Fountain of the Four Rivers, Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella, and Sant' Ivo.
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