Via Emanuele Filiberto 109 3o Floor, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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First (true) day in Roma!

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85


... part in Italy. Plus, Olivia and I have street smarts. :)

The night life was fun. The monuments were all light up. It was hard not to enjoy yourself. Walking for several miles and hours, we decided to find somewhere to sit (definitely NOT an American bar). We found this fun Italian karaoke bar and had a nice glass of wine. Making some friends, and attempting to sing along with the music, we got over missing the event. (Although it still would've ...

A Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... and September, I imagine. They've done an amazing restoration job, which still continues with scaffolding up along part of one side. It’s all so overwhelming really, so much to look at. It was good that our guide gave us a bit of an orientation outside in the courtyard, but still too much to take in!

As part of the tour, we also got quickly into St. Peter’s. It’s free, but the lines are long, so it was good to be able to walk right in. ...

Walking food tour (Trastevere)

A travel blog entry by michpaul2013


We booked the walking tour months ago after seeing it on Tripadvisor. The reviews were amazing, but it is difficult to describe how amazing it was. The meeting point was on Tiber island at 5:30. The group was on 10 and our tour guide Anna (American living in Rome) was amazing. We had 8 stops on the 4 hour tour. The ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... creation of ADam. God is depicted as very strong. The body of Adam is very strong, but his hand is limp and weak, because he is still waiting to receive his soul from God. The next scene is Adam and Eve’s expulsion from Eden. The last 3 paintings in the series are the life of Noah. 25 years after the Pope asked Michelangelo to paint the ceiling, he asked him to paint one of the larger walls in the chapel. Michelangelo painted on it the scene of The Last Judgement. This is ...

Are you not entertained?!?

A travel blog entry by holly.buckman


... time in Rome, and I hit most of the must-see spots and all of the sites that had been on my personal list to see. Although at times the sheer amount of people/tourists was suffocating and some of the attractions were really touristy, they are touristy for a reason--because they're magnificent places to see. Plus my time at the Borghese allowed me to have the breath of fresh air I needed, which helped make the "bad" parts of the trip seem more bearable. Would I ever ...

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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Palazzo del Freddo, and Villa Wolkonsky.
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