Roman Residence

Cavour,47, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Green Tours.
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    Day 47: Rome

    A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 13, 2014

    ... had been cancelled or delayed, only one ticket person was working and the ration was a madhouse! Luckily we found a train leaving slightly later and made it to Rome before to late in the day! We got to our room riding the Rome metro (a first for me and Sara!). And got to our room amazingly with the craziness an hour earlier than we had intended! So since he wasn't around we had a meal next door and then alled him from the kitchen of this small family ...

    Roma day 1

    A travel blog entry by brycesimpson on Oct 01, 2013

    1 photo

    ... had a chariot built so he could float around on his lake. But what should he get to pull his chariot? No less than 1000 swans. "Why?", Justin asked, "Because 1000 swans is the ****! You could bring J Lo home with a face like mine and still get laid if you had a chariot pulled by 1000 swans." We saw Trevi fountain, another fountain that was sculpted to look like a vagina urinating, Trinita dei monti, the massive staircase, the big ass scroll and then piazza ...

    Rome - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 12, 2013

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... talked the whole time telling us so many stories. He was excellent. Finally we arrived back at the Colosseum. The main reason I booked this tour is that we were allowed to go down into the lower levels,where the gladiators were, the lower level has only been open to the public for three years and only by guided tour. We were the first tour group to enter, and the Colosseum stood quiet and empty. It was quite eerie. When we went down into the lower level he pointed ...

    The Vatican, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's

    A travel blog entry by gmattson on Aug 13, 2013

    14 photos

    ... we leave. As we enter The Sistine Chapel, which is treated as a church and a place where the Pope is chosen, we are quickly ushered through like sardines. And you know what? People are talking and taking pictures...what? We are too afraid to even utter a noise, let alone snap a photo. There was a man yelling for the to be silence and no photos to be taken, but there was no follow through if you didn't abide by the rules. What? I finally decided to stop and take a breath ...

    When in Rome....

    A travel blog entry by dalara on Jun 12, 2013

    21 photos

    ... that the entire city has yet to be uncovered, I think they said something like one third of the city has yet to be dug up. Something else that was pretty crazy is that apparently when the city was buried there were air "voids" in the ash. They realized that the voids were spaces formed by dead bodies that were there long enough to allow the ash to build up around them even as the actually body decayed. So then they put plaster in these spaces to form the very detailed ...