Surprising in Rome Bed and Breakfast

Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 294, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Jewish Roma Walking Tours, Wonderfool, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Torre dell'Orologio.
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      Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 3

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... in the Global Cities Index, being the highest-ranking city in Italy.[15] With a 2005 GDP of €94.376 billion (US$121.5 billion),[92] the city produces 6.7% of the national GDP (more than any other single city in Italy), and ...

      Day 1!!

      A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 28, 2014

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      Becasue of falling asleep so early the previous day, Paulina and I were up by 3 am today. Around 6am, we decided to head out and try to catch the sunrise and sort of further explore the neighborhood. And what a great decision that was! we walked down the to Tiber River and crossed and then crossed back across another bridge. Even so early in ...

      Day 17 - Rome

      A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

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      ... actors and former gladiators. Each tier was divided into sections (maeniana) by curved passages and low walls (praecinctiones or baltei), and were subdivided into cunei, or wedges, by the steps and aisles from the vomitoria. Each row (gradus) of seats was numbered, permitting each individual seat to be exactly designated by its gradus, cuneus, and number. Arena and hypogeum The arena itself was 83 meters by 48 meters . It comprised a wooden floor covered by sand (the Latin ...

      Let Us Pray

      A travel blog entry by mrush on Sep 06, 2013

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      ... friends, I still had plenty of room to walk around and enjoy the majesty of the massive church.

      However, I'm thinking a private viewing of the Sistine Chapel may be in order for my next visit to Rome. I'll have to take that up with Pope Francis. He seems like a pretty cool guy. Shouldn't be a problem.


      Religion and Ruins in Rome

      A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 18, 2013

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      ... in the wrong direction we found ourselves at the entrance to the country within a country. Having pre-booked our tickets online we made our way straight inside although half an hour earlier than our scheduled 8:30am guided tour. Together as a small group of around 22 we were guided around the Vatican Museums and admired sculptures, paintings and accurate maps of Italy from long ago. Many of the sculptures in the main courtyard were missing heads due to these being more prized ...