Salvador B&B

Via Vittorio Arminjon nr 5, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Presto Tours, Vatican Guided Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and TourinRome.
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    Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

    A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on May 16, 2014

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    ... is a great place to visit. Though with the shear number of souvenir shops and English speaking restaurants, it did throw us into a world of debate regarding our personal attitudes towards tourism and our participation in what it does to such beautiful places; whilst risking sounding very hypocritical, we surmised that it is something that everyone should weigh up before embarking upon such ventures as ours. Something I'm sure we didn't consider enough before leaving.

    Day 8 - Rome From the Seat of a Bike

    A travel blog entry by sirchancelot222 on Nov 21, 2012

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    The started early as usual. We woke about 6:45AM, quickly showered and headed to the lobby to check out the complimentary breakfast at our new hotel. Assortment of pastries, meats, cheeses, boiled eggs, etc... Pretty similar to our hotel, minus bacon & scrambled eggs. I was stoked about the breakfast personally. I devoured my meal and went back got seconds finishing off everything in my plate. We headed back to the room to kill an hour before ...

    The Colosseum, The Borghese and The Forum

    A travel blog entry by lgrove32 on Jun 21, 2012

    ... structure itself is made up of two semi circles joined to create a larger oval shape. It's actual name is the Flavian Amphitheater but it was given the nickname The Colosseum. This may have been because of the massive 100 foot statue of Emperor Nero that used to tower outside The Colosseum or because the amphitheater itself was so impressive. Only about 1/3 of the current structure is original because of earthquake damage and decay. ...

    From the future

    A travel blog entry by luciferm on Sep 02, 2011

    ... well, only about 55m. Thankfully a law passed during my time in Italy whereby souvenir and food shops aren't allowed to be positioned in the square, which should give it more atmosphere and create a better impression. Just seemed strange to me, walking down a street past several African chaps selling watches, bags and belts, past a hot dog stand and then seeing one of the most famous buildings in the world.

    Got to Rome that night and next blog will be all about Rome and ...

    Evicted from the Vatican

    A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on May 08, 2011

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    ... went back into the sunlight and discussed what we should do. We decided to visit a nearby cemetery but when we got there we discovered it was closed. A bus came along just as we decided to go to the metro station, so we took the bus instead, having no idea where it would take us.

    About 10 minutes into our bus ride the driver pulled up to a stop and turned off the engine. Everyone got out so we decided we should follow their lead. We were near a ...