The Home in Rome Kosher Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Ravenna 34, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Nomentano area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, Villa Torlonia, Santa Costanza, and Le Delizie Gran Soiree.
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    Another busy day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jul 01, 2014

    22 photos

    ... Our guide spoke fairly good English, she was a very knowledgeable archaeologist specializing in Christian Studies. We found it very informative and interesting. Mom suggested this might be a career option for Therese as she likes ruins and ancient artifacts and is very good at history; Thérèse was not convinced this would be a good path. There were ancient Roman tombs dating back to the 1st century and ...

    Just Roaming Rome

    A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on May 04, 2014

    17 photos

    It's been a little quiet on the blog front, but I have been out and about the place! Decided I like Trastevere and consider it the best neighbourhood I have found in Rome and it's not too far away from here either! A friend from Whyalla lived in Trastevere and showed Georgina and I around when we were here in 2007. Linda was living here and Georgina looked her up and it was such a delightful experience meeting Linda! I think of Linda now as I walk her ...

    Day 17 - Rome

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

    51 photos

    ... your shoulder for luck. To understand the importance of Rome’s fountains, you must understand the importance of the aqueducts that brought fresh water to the city. The River Tiber was filthy and unfit for drinking as it was used as a sewer. It was a Roman custom to build an imposing fountain at the end of an aqueduct. A lot of the aqueducts were destroyed in 536 by the Goths; the Aqua Virgo was repaired in 1453 and a fountain was erected shortly afterwards. In 1629 Pope Urban ...

    Rome-ing around Italy

    A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 08, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... walked to the nearest metro stop and continued on to the circo massimo station to meet up for the tour. I grabbed a quick bite to eat from a shop near the meeting point, before meeting up with the rest of the group from the bus. Our tour guide was an American guy called Tad, who was very enthusiastic about Roman history. He started us off with a 30 minute run down of Roman history and then walked us down to get a good view of the Circus Maximus and the Palatine hill. The ...

    Ostia Antica

    A travel blog entry by grahama01 on Sep 04, 2013

    5 photos

    We berthed in Civitavecchia early this morning. This is the modern port for Rome. On a tourist coach after breakfast for an 8 am start for the one and a half hour journey to Ostia Antica - Rome's ancient port which was situated on the Coast at the mouth of the Tiber River. We arrived at Ostia, which is now a couple of kilometres inland because of silting over the last couple of thousand years. Ostia was first settled in about ...