Via Tunisi, 3, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The "Caesar Shuffle"

A travel blog entry by kristen19


... economic transactions, kind of like a city center today. The forum was surrounded by enormous buildings that ranged from tombs and, just a short walk away, the palace. In all, seeing the ruins of the city was really eye opening. The use of marble was incredible. Everything from pillars to replacement stones in the walkways were made of carved marble. From the roman forum we walked through the city in search of a ...

Marching like Roman soldiers

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


There is way too much to write about today, and as the name suggests, we marched all day from one impressive place to the other. I hope you don't mind me keeping this short…you’re probably sighing in relief! 'Ahh, finally, a short blog. Hooray!’

We started at the Forum. It was really interesting to see all the places we’d learnt about (and essay-ed about) in Ancient History classes in high school. My favourite ruin was the House of the Vestal Virgins, ...

Roman' Around

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope


... in person. The Pantheon was also so amazing and I never really knew much about it before going. I think I always get it confused with the Parthenon in Greece! We also saw one of the giant Obelisks and numerous statues. The city IS history everywhere you turn. FUN FACT: There are 38 different churches dedicated to Mary in Rome so never tell anyone to meet you at a Mary-related church!

Tomorrow we get to sleep in! Yay! Then we are off to see the Colosseum.

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

... afternoon enjoying a good round of golf, the Politician missed a plum shot and said "*******n it! I missed". The Bishop replied that that sort of language wasn't really appropriate and prehaps he should mind his tounge. At the next hole the Potlician missed his swing and swore "Oh for God's f**king sake, I missed again!". The Bishop once again reminded the Politician that he was in the presense of a man of God and that sort of language wasn't appreciated, furthermore there would be ...

Roma, Day 1

A travel blog entry by howardhalm


... and Via Sistana where we found our hotel.

We finished our first evening in Rome at Girarrosto Fiorentino with a beautifully cooked t-bone for two at this well-known Florentine restaurant. For dessert, we had a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream covered with fresh blue berries and little strawberries or fragolini de bosc.

With sore feet, including 1.3 km walk to restaurant and no sleep night before, we slept solidly to the next ...

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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Monument to Alexander VII.
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