San Michele a Porta Pia Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via Messina, 15, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | B&B
 
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      ... rubbish bins and arrogant people, who pretend they can't speak English. And the driving! Oh my god, it's out of this world! I was more scared on the taxi from the airport than I was in the plane. 150km on the freeway, on the wrong side of the road, usually talking and texting on his mobile. Anyway, they seem to make up their own road rules here. It's each driver for themselves, you give way when you feel like it and park where ever ...

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      A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 30, 2014

      ... driving, walking, shaking hands, kissing youngsters, much to the awe of the faithful. It is a faith driven, emotionally charged two hours, so inspirational.

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