Surprising in Rome Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Surprising in Rome Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Rome
... was a $50.19 entrance fee. I learned that Saint Peter is considered the first pope and that the building stands where he died a martyr and was buried in 64 AD. In St. Peter's Square, I saw that there are two fountains, the South one was made by Carlo Maderno and the North by Bernini. In the center of the square is an obelisk. The square is outlined by colonnade by Bernini. On top of the colonnade are 140 statues of saints. ...
... and allying Italy with Nazi Germany. Mussolini let pull down large parts of the city center in order to build wide avenues and squares which were supposed to celebrate the fascist regime and the resurgence of classical Rome. The ...
... Espresso made over a lump of sugar. Eh, not his thing but he's willing to go back to see if they do caffe lattes since the espresso was good. Next, tazza. Again, eh. He said it's obvious these are both tourist attractions and there has to be better stuff here. So far the winner is Goppion in Venice, although the first one in Florence is a real close second. We started the day by walking to Vatican City, figuring the weather would be coolest on the way there and if it ...
... pie. The waitress turned out to be a "good sport" & brought out nibbles to go with the wine, and the pie looked so good we ordered couple of pieces of that too... Eventually about an hour & a half later we finally left !! After that bit of excitement we tried our luck at the Fountain de Trevi, and guess what, it was empty and, yes you guessed it, covered in scaffolding. Does anyone see a pattern developing here ?!? Next stop, we tried the Parthenon, which ...
... and him repeating the words "super good" which sounded more like "super glue" about 18 times. I'm pretty sure we were beasties and he would be more likely to kill for me than kill me. Friends in low places... Anyway, I spent the next few days touring the city with my room mates, two guys from Singapore and another from Minnesota. I was very impressed by the "singlish" speaking (singlish is apparently Singapore English - it's primarily English with about three ...