Relais Al Senato

Corsia Agonale, 10, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

All the good things...

A travel blog entry by jrt6978

33

... Next the plan was to walk to the Spanish Steps but since we were running ahead of schedule we started roaming around the streets. So basically we decided to roam in Rome...sorry I had to! As we explored we found so many interesting side streets and little shops to check out! It truly was an adventure kind of day...the down side was soooo much walking. Some of the kids started to fade real fast this evening though as the heat and walking caught up ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by kyajade

23

... with it for now, so we headed to the exit rather than continuing on for the next half of the museum! By the time we got out, it was already getting dark, so we wandered back down the street, out of the Vatican City and over the bridge where we made our way to a bus stop. Our feet were too sore to make the over-an-hour trip back home! We need new shoes! So we caught the next bus back to Termini station and chatted to a group of Koreans on the bus, before getting off ...

Day 9 - Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by christie.orr

13

... what it was, just some large pillars outside the front of a building. I think we were all a bit exhausted from Florence and were eager for a quiet night.
We walked down to where the coach was picking us up but Szabi and the bus were no where to be seen ! Poor Szabi got stuck in peak hour Rome traffic and was an hour late picking us up :( I was so hungry and tired and was so relived when he finally pulled up! even though it was another hour till we would get to ...

What's Rome without a trip to The Vatican

A travel blog entry by chertred

6

... to see the Circus Maximus. The Colosseum is an incredible structure that seems to spring out of the ground while being surrounded by a variety of ancient sites and buildings, including the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum. Seeing it up close really allows you to fully appreciate the enormous achievement in building this structure. Same can be said of most of Rome, actually.
There are so many comparisons between the Colosseum ...

Rome Day 3

A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour

6

... the road. Amazingly, the cars stop! Perhaps they've met Elaine before. In no time at all, and without casualties, we're on the other side. There are literally hundreds of people here, queuing, jostling and congregating round guides. This is big business. "We're lucky to be here on a quiet day" Elaine confides as she stands us to attention against the wall of the Vatican City, before disappearing to make arrangements. The Vatican, of course, is a principality in its own ...

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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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