Tre R Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via Carlo Tommaso Odescalchi, 8, Rome, Lazio, Italy | B&B
 
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        Day 19

        A travel blog entry by jonewgrosh on May 25, 2015

        2 comments, 18 photos

        ... as we landed over 30 minutes ago. As I said...stupidly. And we wait and we wait... It's well over an hour when we finally exit (no customs or immigration as we are in the EU). Scott is disappointed his passport isn't stamped with an Italian stamp but that is the Europe of today!

        Our driver is waiting patiently for us outside and we take an easy 30 minute drive (passing the Colosseum) right into the centre of old Rome. We are met by the lovely Anna ...

        Day 184

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jan 31, 2015

        27 photos

        ... there we stopped to admire and photograph Piazza del Campidoglio, designed by Michelangelo in 1538. The Piazza Venezia is a massive mountain of white marble, it's a magnificent building that incorporates the tomb of the unknown soldier. The entrance to the museum is via an elegant stair case with a square at the top. We entered into the ground floor courtyard where the mist note able pieces were the mammoth head, hand ...

        All roads lead to...

        A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

        26 photos

        ... transport to and from each place by bus and a guide. The first sight was a trip to the catacombs. Located outside the city walls is a site of nearly 300km of underground tunnels that were used as burial chambers by Rome’s early Christians. We went below ground with our guide to visit the largest one – Catacomb di Santa Domitilla – and marveled at the treasures that lie deep beneath the city. Christianity was once banned in Rome and so the catacombs provided a ...

        Rome wasn't visited in a day..

        A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 16, 2014

        10 photos

        ... t even going to Naples previously!?! The latest and hopefully final plan made a lot more sense, with a trip to Pompeii from Naples rather than Amalfi, and easier on luggage storage (leaving it in Naples). With our brains drained after all of this rejigging, but much happier with the new plan, we headed off for a little trip down memory lane from the last time were in Rome with the kids and the Hortons. And as usual, Roma never disappoints :) ...

        A slice of Eternity

        A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

        59 photos

        ... around the obligatory begging old lady draped face down in a pitiful pose near the door. We step in to the cool of the church and again are astounded by the wealth that was poured into the building and decorating of the church. After Florence and the Vatican we are becoming a little blasť about Italian Renaissance masterpieces. The Michelangelo is much finer than the version he abandoned and is on display at the Capitol Hill museum. We step out into the blinding ...