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Back to the Colosseum

A travel blog entry by sam.tank


Howdy all, hope you are well... As usual ill mention the favourite subject of or nation... the weather here has been varied, some lovely sun followed by stormy thundery showers!

On Friday we managed to have a BBQ in the sun, and I found my new favourite cake, "torta di nonna" I've requested the recipe by the chef, so I will hopefully be able to utilise my baking skills at some point soon...

The wet weekend meant we watched a few movies, one ...

Days 3 & 4 in Rome

A travel blog entry by sonpow


... that meal for the rest of my life it was so good! We had a lightly battered zucchini flower filled with cheese & an anchovy for an appetiser and then had gnocchi with clams and zucchini flowers ( so good I have no words!) and pannacotta for dessert - accompanied with a bottle of chianti. As Ella would say, it was amazeballs. Thursday 28 November It would be nice to be able to sleep normally again. It's 2am and I'm wide awake after 3 hours sleep. Again. Both ...

Day 10- Rome via the port of Civitavecchia

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures


... I thought it would be brilliant to stand outside the church like a ballgame vendor and sell meds. I could walk around with a big button on my vest that says “20 Euros,” and yell, “Get your Acyclovir here!” No time for that either, I had to find the bus to ancient Rome.

We did not manage our time wisely in Vatican City. I overestimated what we could do in the amount of time we had to do it. I was flustered looking at the ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by rheemiix

... the city. We start by walking to the Spanish steps. They are huge & there are people everywhere. People are just sitting on the steps doing nothing. Dez and I decide to walk up but stop midway because we figure there's no point going all the way to the top. We take some photos then move on to the Trevi Fountain. That's a sight to see! It is very big and there are people everywhere!! It's really crazy here. Michelle tells us that that tradition is to toss a coin with your ...

All trains lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... of hours in it so we could do both if she was happy for us to step up the pace and forgo the lazy meander through the Tuscan countryside. She gleefully agreed.

The addition of Rome to the itinerary also spurred my dear friend and Romaphile, Gabby, into action. She set to work cobbling together a very detailed 4-day itinerary of her favourite city to ensure we make the most of our time here. With all the chaos of trip ...

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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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