Bed & Breakfast Rossana

Piazza Tommaso de Cristoforis 1, Rome, Lazio, 00159, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Roma you not my homa

A travel blog entry by ceseal


... their visit to Roma in 2012. Turns out none of us can read a map worth a darn (it was the maps not the map reader’s, says Roger) We walked in fits and spurts and finally got to the Spanish Steps. Roger and John walked to the bottom while the rest of us enjoyed the ambiance from the top. Sara needed some food since it was almost one o’clock, so we walked toward the Fountain and found a little restaurant on the way. Cindy and Sara tried the cheese and ...

Visiting our pal the Pope

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... and made ourselves comfy for a ritualistic screening of Love Actually.

The evening was very low key. It’s nice to have a place we can call our own and relax in. I caught up on a few blogs and photos, and we ate packet chicken noodle soup, Ciobar hot chocolate and cookies. It was the perfect food coma Christmas evening. I got to Skype my parents for an hour too, which put a cherry on top of an epic and unusual ...

Rome - Archeological Sites

A travel blog entry by dseals


... to believe this was built so many years ago and could hold 70,000 spectators all of which obtained tickets to events without ordering them through Ticketmaster. The planning of how to get people into and out of the Colosseo without confusion through a series of staircases was genius. The Elevator system that brought the animals up from underneath the stage to meet the gladiators was fascinating. And it was brought to our attention that it would have been ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... unknown. The Roman legend tells that the original Pantheon was built on the very site and was dedicated to Romulus, their mythological founder, after he ascended to heaven from that site. Most historians claim that Emperor Agrippa built the first Pantheon in 27 BC. It burned in the great fire of 80 AD, was rebuilt by Emperor Domitian, but was struck by lightning and burned again in 110 AD. The Pantheon as we know it today was built in 120 AD by Emperor Hadrian Who ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour


... was to be a grand duomo built here that would outshine the one we saw earlier. The cathedral was never completed, however, two hundred years into the build, the plague swept through the town and fifty percent of the population perished. Siena is also home to the famous -------horse race. Each year, the central plaza is transformed into a race track, and the boroughs compete for the prestige of winning place. (Also to be seen in ...


This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Quirinale, Castelluccio, Viminale, and Esquiline.
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