Sei a Roma

Address: Via del Ponte di Castel Giubileo, 14, Rome, Lazio, 00188, Italy | 1 star b&b
 
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This 1 star B&B, located on Via del Ponte di Castel Giubileo, 14, Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Catacombe di Priscilla, Villa Ada, and Bastia.
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      Ancient Rome: the Forum and the Colosseum

      A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... to the tourist office to arrange for our guided tour which would begin in about 45 minutes.

      If anyone ever wanted a take a full year university course on ancient Roman history in three hours, signing up for a tour with James Good would be the way to go. Our Colesseum tour became a full blown Ancient Roman tour that included the Roman Forum, the Palatine, the Colosseum along with numerous other obscure items thrown in for good measure. James, who ...

      Roma Magica Roma

      A travel blog entry by weitalians on May 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... tourists eating Pizza al taglio on the sidewalks, locals sipping coffees at the bars and children munching on various mouthwatering Panini. Lunch was definitely in order, but first we had to stop for a quick pick me up coffee at Café Sant’Eustachio.

      Situated in Piazza Eustachio, en-route to the Pantheon, this coffee shop is a local haunt for coffee lovers in the city. Brewing an impressive amount of different coffees, the cantina-sized shop hits ...

      A day in the country with the locals

      A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Oct 26, 2013

      2 comments

      ... rock. It is not fine like what we have and will not go into your lungs but it too has been banned. Poor people use it in their homes because it doesn't burn. Women were used to transport the stone down the hill. They would get up at 3:00 in the morning, go up the mountain to get the asbestos and carry it down in a large basket strapped to their back. It was used by the Vatican for making paper money and in subways in England and in Fiats..
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      Last Stop - Roma

      A travel blog entry by indianajill on Oct 03, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... fair they did bring us a lovely little tray of free appies with the drinks. Most people have cameras on their tables and everyone is waiting for the sun to set. The view from here is not as wonderful as I had hoped, but it is still wonderful to be able to look out over my favorite city in the world. The sunset is glorious and after finishing our drink we head back to our room to put on warmer clothes, with the sun going down it has ...

      Inter-Railing: Rome

      A travel blog entry by babytraveller on Jul 25, 2013

      10 photos

      ... off. The showers were utterly disgusting, and then the guy who owned the place wasn't the most pleasant to deal with. To say the least, our stay in Rome didn't start off well.


      On the other hand, it did get a bit better. On day 2, we entered the city itself after a 20 minute walk, which was nice as it gave us more time to acclimatise to the weather. Personally speaking, I loved the city itself. I absolutely love History, and Ancient History is big love of ...