Via Emanuele Filiberto 109 3o Floor, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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Sistine Chapel second time around was a charm!

A travel blog entry by lwesolow


... warm croissants that have a slight lemon flavor. We shoveled down our breakfast and cappuccino very quickly and headed out for the Metro by 7:20. Today we found it without getting lost (hurray). We are quickly become Roma Metro experts by learning how to fit your body space in the equivalent of a human sardine can. But it is so much quicker than taking a bus across town. We made it to the Cipro station and walked to meet our guide but not without ...

Oh hey, I'm just in Rome no big deal

A travel blog entry by andrea_jo13

... went so that was great! :P I also slept 12 plus hours each night so I know my iron is low and still sick! I'm still waiting for luggage to arrive so I got to spend 50 euros on the cheapest and some ugly clothes to wear and sleep in, perfect! It was exactly what I wanted to waste my money on :D

So Thursday, I finally got better so I got to tour a little bit! Still have no clue about this city though. The city is confusing and old and beautiful. Yes ...

Hawks win Grand Final / We cycle the Appian Way

A travel blog entry by longlastholiday


Got up really early so that we could walk to The Scholars Bar in Piazza Venezia to watch the Hawks win the Grand Final. On the way we went via the Trevino Fountain to see it uncrowned and in the morning light. Just after we took our photos the street lights went off o timing was perfect. Hawks won, 2 beers by 9am. After a rest and lunch we walked across Rome to join our Appian Way cycle tour. Lorenzo led the group of ...

Day 03 – Nothing But Vatican Today!

A travel blog entry by meckley


... Office to pick-up your tickets.

The tour starts with some representations of the shrine and alters we were going to see. We then went into the old Roman necropolis. They started as above ground burial buildings and eventually were filled in over time. Each time a new church was built, more fill was deposited over them. We only saw the few that have been excavated. They think there are many more under the basilica.

We finally came to Saint ...

A Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by kastang


... olive oil and on and on. We marvelled at the magnificent patisserie's and meat shops along the way. Food is definitely glorified here. Our self guided tour continued to the Roman Forum where we jumped the ticket line to get an English language tour ( extra 5 E). Our guide was an archeology student who really explained the different civilizations and what they did to the buildings. Definitely worth the additional expenditure. After ...

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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 Baptistry.
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