Salvador B&B

Address: 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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      Cemeteries and Popes

      A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jun 26, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... and Shelley are buried here. I was interested to also find John Bell's grave, a famous Scottish surgeon and anatomist. Wet and dripping, we headed back to the metro. The afternoon was the Vatican. Thanks to friends' and guidebook recommendation we'd bought vat museum tickets online. So, breezed past the queues. The art experience is somewhat overwhelming. Every surface of every room is a piece of art. Eventually you become almost immune to ...

      Day 47: travel to Rome

      A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 28, 2013

      Not much to say. pretty much sat on a bus all day from 8-1830. I was sitting next to a guy who got off at Ancona but then someone else got on that had to sit next to me. We watched gladiator and I did my photos basically all day. Had to cull 55gig of photos. I got it down to 45gig lol. Got into Rome and had to stand in a big queue in the sun to check in. ...

      St Peter's Basilica, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain

      A travel blog entry by untruenorth on Apr 23, 2013

      1 comment

      We followed the Vatican Museums with a visit to St. Peter's Basilica. St. Peter's The queues snaking through the Piazza San Pietro seemed massive but moved pretty quickly, and were mainly caused by a need to run us through security (as we were in the Vatican as well, incidentally). When I say "queues", I do of course mean "****ing undisciplined selfish rabble". I may have noted elsewhere that Rome would be more pleasant with better signage and queueing etiquette. ...

      Rome Wasnt Seen In A Day...or Two...or Three...

      A travel blog entry by pgraves77 on Mar 27, 2012

      5 comments, 26 photos

      ... over the top, fall to your knees impressive) Style. Baroque was developed primarily in response to the Reformation. It was a way for the Catholic Church to impress its followers with emotional themes. Basically, art and architecture that gives and emotional and spiritual impact in case Mass doesn't do it for you. And man it is effective. I'm not Catholic, but these churches are the result of a a many artistic lifetimes (not to mention ...

      Stepping foot inside the famous Colosseum!

      A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 19, 2012

      76 photos

      ... have looked 2000 years ago with a floor. Unfortunately, we couldn’t walk on this wooden platform.

      Looking straight ahead of me, again my imagination did wonders as I pictured gladiator fights, theatrical pieces and many, so many other things and events that took place right here in the middle of this Roman arena. And to think, we were now in 2012, 2000 years later: so much had ...