Relais Al Senato

Address: 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 The Pasquino.
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    Roma : Take 2

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on May 12, 2015

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    ... pasta getting back up and hobbled home thinking, aside from the pasta now all over my pants, I’ve got away scot-free here! Unfortunately no. I woke in the middle of the night in a lot of pain. So I texted mum haha, help me!! So my foot is now strapped and I hobble everywhere. This has slowed me down quite a lot.

    And I’m a fast walker! Limping around only makes you more of a target for all of the pesky 'do ...

    Rome can be seen in a day, but not built.

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... elephant fresh once more. Next stop on my randomised walking tour is the Pantheon, an awesomely impressive building, free entry to boot. I have a look inside, the light shines in through a big hole in the domed roof. It remains to this day the largest unreinforced concrete dome, astonishing really as it's 2000 years old! The outside appears Greek in architecture with big columns along the portico. The next stop is the Colosseum, on the way I cross Piazza Venezia, ...

    Rome, Italy

    A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 19, 2014

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    Today, we took the Metro to St. Peter's basilica. We went bright and early. Before 9 am which is the opening time to beat the crowds. It worked because we got in within 9 minutes. Glad to see they do not charge to go into church. It is pretty amazing in there. Next, we went to see the Sistine Chapel and Museum. Waited for an hour in line before we gave up. The sun was too hot, line was too long and standing for that long hurts. We decided to buy ticket with a tour agent ...

    Leg lag. I've done a lot of walking.

    A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... mention this as my toes are remarkable for how many and how multiple-y they have been broken by horses and other heavy weights. The little toe still feels weird in that odd not quite solid way well I suppose it's only about 5 weeks and apparently they're buggers and can take 6-8 and that's probably without pounding roman cobbles all day. Apparently Florence is small so I can put my feet ...

    Thursday: the Roma Pass gets activated

    A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Mar 27, 2014

    ... had planned to start with the Colloseum but it was closed.

    So we went to another expensive place, Capitoline museum. We had trouble finding it, but wandering Rome is fun in any weather. We ended up visiting Venetian Plaza and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier first. From there it was an easy short walk to the museum. We did get to skip a pretty long line and got in free here.

    Following Rick Steves book, we saw the ...