Speedy Bed

Address: Via Domenico Cucchiari 46 , Rome, Lazio, 00159, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Quirinale, Castelluccio, Esquiline, and Viminale.
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Living like Romans

A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 25, 2014

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... bag before the cruise so checked out a few stores. They're all the same stock but always priced differently. The most expensive price was 38 Euro and we finally found one for 28 Euro. I offered 20 Euro and he came back with 23 Euro, I went 22 Euro and he made a sign of blood dripping from his forearms....I won. So off down the road I went feeling so smug and then saw the same bag in another shop for 20 Euro...just bloody typical!!!

We ...

On a church crawl!

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on Jan 13, 2014

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... the remains of the Curia and Pompey's Theatre - which is where Julius Caesar was stabbed). Most interesting to the kids (Matt) is that there is now a cat santuary in the Largo - hundreds of wild cats are fed there and make their homes amongst the ruins.

Further down the Corso is the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle, which is a beautiful Baroque church. It is the setting for Act One in the opera Tosca (which ends at the Castel S'Angelo), and was for a long time ...

Arrivaderci Roma!

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 19, 2013

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... got a table. I had an eggplant parmigiana and Darren had chicken and veggies, and they were okay, despite the fact we watched them pull the food out of a buffet and chuck it in the microwave for a bit before serving it to us! We had a chat with some Americans on the table next to us, then headed back to the hostel. We chilled out for a while and used the wifi, then got some new room mates, two girls and a guy from Korea, then I had a shower before going to ...

Do As the Romans Do

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope on Sep 29, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... city and his body buried there to avoid an uprising of the people who loved him. The reason why we went to St. Paul's was that The Vatican was not accessible today because the Pope was celebrating the international meeting of the catechists in St. Peter's Square and streets had been shut down and it would have been next to impossible for us to tour the Vatican that day. So our guides decided to give us something special and save the Vatican for Monday.

Once at ...


A travel blog entry by karenbrian on Sep 08, 2013


... has everything we need. All I need to know now is how team nz went in the yatching

Sunday (sunshine)
A local told us it was 30 C. We intended to avoid St Pietro today as the over night prayer vigil (with the Pope) for peace for Syria attracted 100,000. A fabulous day walking starting at Vittorio Emanuele, bascilica San Giovanni, onto the amazing Colloseum, I think I would still ...