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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      Veni vidi vici

      A travel blog entry by fatboyron on Sep 29, 2014

      5 photos

      ... onerous - Rome's tube system basically consisting of 2 lines joining at Termini station. We bit the bullet this morning and took on the Colloseum - complete with gladiator photo ops outside - particularly liked the one sneaking a crafty fag while updating his status on Facebook (ave imperatur morituri te salutant lol smily face). Scrambled up the Palatine Hill to see some cracking views across the city an idea the ...

      Mountains etc

      A travel blog entry by pete.willcox on Oct 07, 2013

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... We also had an opportunity to crack a code
      and win a Rolex watch but all we won was a gold bar of chocolate.

      next adventure started later in the afternoon when we went up Mount
      Pilatus in a cable car, around 7,000 feet. Four to a car most of the
      way up and changing to a larger one closer to the peak. We passed
      over steep chasms and green pastures, farm buildings, cows, lots of
      people, and assorted other ...

      Ciao! Sono in Roma!

      A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi on Oct 02, 2013

      4 photos

      ... my uniform. I knew she wanted it and she hesitated for a while…until my nephew, knowing somehow that we both wanted it, snatched it and threw it from the second floor until it cracked into a million pieces.

      Now that I did not have my luggage, I wasn’t harassed anymore unless of course I would take a picture with my phone. Many tourists were actually stopping me to ask me for directions, thinking I was Italian. I quickly remembered how ...

      Roman Rome

      A travel blog entry by yeeszetolaw on Jun 27, 2013

      18 photos

      ... people (tourists in the 21st century), the hot sun bearing upon us. Luckily, I had booked the Underground Colosseum tours which ensured we skipped the lines.

      The tour was mildly interesting - you certainly got a good sense of what it took to put on the Gladiator games - historical evidence of trap doors, animal cages and underground tunnels still remain. We were then taken to the actual Colosseum floor and finally, the very top level where we ...

      Arrival in Rome

      A travel blog entry by dcparky on Nov 28, 2012

      4 photos

      ... It looked nothing like I recalled from my visit there in 1978 when I was there as a teenager with a student group.

      After the musueum, we walked through St. Peter's Basilica, and by that time the jet lag was starting to catch up with us. So, we took another exciting cab ride back to the hotel and found a local restaurant for dinner. It had dawned on us that with the travel schedule and jet lag, we ...