Terrazza San Pietro

Via della Giuliana 6, Rome, Lazio, 135, Italy | B&B
Prices starting from $131.00

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Buongiorno Roma!

A travel blog entry by jmuir82


... relatively early - we were on the street by 9am. It was a long day ahead. Rome has so much to see and it is all very spread out. Old Rome is all cobblestone everywhere and you walk and share the road with cars and scooters. Sometimes crossing a road - even those with walk signals - is like taking your life in your hands. I've yet to decided if there's more cars honking in Rome or NYC. Watching the cars here they honk just because they can, not because there's even a ...

Rome by Night Segway tour

A travel blog entry by mjstein


... to step in as guide), we headed outside for our short training session. We were shown (or refreshed, for those of us who had been on Segway's before) how to operate our vehicles, and became proficient very quickly. And we were off! We sped past the Colosseum, getting some commentary about the area. We moved quickly through various areas of town; gardens; lookouts; etc. We were able to cover enormous areas of ground at rapid pace - but were so manoeuvrable we could get into ...

Pope Francis

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins


... the crowd erupted as Pope Francis appeared! Special, amazing and indescribable are a few of the words that come to mind. Gavin said, "this was, for sure, the best part of the trip!" It is hard to disagree. The Pope prayed the Angelus, said a few words to the crowd, and then prayed another blessing, thus blessing those in the crowd and the objects we all brought with us. He bid his farewell, waved to the crowd and was gone, yet he remains with ...

Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by mikeandme


... not here in Rome. But I love that we can take all these experiences home.

In the end, you don't really have much except what you've done and whom you've loved. My dad showed me that. Dave has had such a wonderful time, and Deb has enjoyed herself more than I'd imagined possible. For Mike and I, this trip has been a terrific experience. Another night and this part is done, but one ending is always the beginning of the next great adventure.

San Giovanni

A travel blog entry by novaceks


Winding down is inevitable at the end of the first week of holidays and you realise you can no longer be distracted by work, nor do you need to tend to other duties. What a pity !! Today was the day we took a more chilled pace, delighted in one last sight-seeing quest, and took an afternoon siesta.

How often do we take for granted the treasures on our own doorstep, forever seeking the path further ...


This B&B, located in the della Vittoria area of Rome, is near Presto Tours, Vatican Guided Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and TourinRome.
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