Relais Al Senato

Corsia Agonale, 10, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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Merry Christmas To All Our Loved Ones

A travel blog entry by carinamjones


As you know we are celebrating Christmas in Italy this year away from our family and friends. As a way to bring us all closer together we wanted to share with you a tradition that started in Italy by St. Francis of Assisi in 1223, The Manger Scene or Crib. Using manger scenes to help tell the Christmas story is a tradition that is embraced and loved by many Italian people. Manager scenes are found in church naves, on town squares, ...

Rome again, Rome again..

A travel blog entry by karaandmatt


... to Salerno. There we were greeted by the dock dog, an energy-filled German Shepherd who fills with excitement as the boat approaches, then grabs the rope thrown from the crew and shakes it back and forth. He made us dearly miss our pups back home. Our train was a little delayed, but we made our way on board to Rome. Throughout the 3-hour train ride Matt and I read through every blog post and looked through every ...

Exploring rome

A travel blog entry by mupebo


... enjoyable gelati shop. Then we went to check out piazza navona a supposedly lively square that obviously had been affected by the rain and was dead and uninhabited. We took refuge from the rain in a church and worked out our game plan for the rest of the day. In the end we decided to work in a general direction soon getting lost thanks to Sophie's inaccurate location on her phone. Then we got trapped in a mot around a museum which took 15 minutes to escape but we decided ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope


... by early christians. Not surprisingly they ripped out all the old statues and put some christian saints in. We left the Pantheon and walked on into another square and and it is huge. Turns out it used to be a sports field. Men would meet there to wrestle, run around a track, practice all types of weapon drills etc. It was converted into public squre in the 1500s by a wealthy family and is surrouned by 4-5 story buildings of that era, with a big public fountain in the centre. All of ...

Buying real estate in Italy

A travel blog entry by pat_melinda


... estate transactions are conducted by a notary, a neutral 3rd party. Early on the 25th we left early for Rome so we could take our time wandering to the notary’s office. After a brief stop for gelato (Melinda had pistachio) at the "world’s best gelateria" in Piazza Navona we found the office building. We were much too early so we waited in the park across the street then arrive a ...

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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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