Tre R Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via Carlo Tommaso Odescalchi, 8, Rome, Lazio, Italy | B&B
 
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Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 3

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

... headquarters of three of the world's 100 largest companies: Enel, Eni, and Telecom Italia.[97]






Universities, national radio and television and the movie industry in Rome are also important parts of the economy: Rome is ...

Day 39 Rome

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... Basilica of San Clemente. I had never heard of him, and the Basilica certainly wasn't on my hit list, but again this visit was fascinating. The Basilica like all the churches we have seen, is beautifully decorated, but it's when you go underground that is probably the most interesting. The current Basilica is the 4th building to be built on the site, on top of a previous Basilica. When you go underground you can visit the previous church, which is ...

Not just for the faithful....

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 28, 2014

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... and tried our patience more than a few times).





In the end....a trip to Rome would never be complete (religious or not) without a visit to the Vatican. For me, it was a chance to admire some of the greatest works of art anywhere on the planet. To truly soak it all in I would suggest NOT visiting during a major even as we did (800,000 believers crowded into Rome for the Canonization event.....and us two.....LOL what a sight indeed).

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HOORAY, BACK IN ROMA FOR CANONIZATION

A travel blog entry by cjasko on Apr 24, 2014

... stores also exist up the hills surrounding the blocks beyond the square. And, people, shoppers, everywhere. This town square is known for covering its 25 foot wide walkway that circles the square with ground that serves as a race track for an infamous horse race where the horses are the adulated heroes of a three day party that focuses on wine, beer, many thousands of partners who watch and celebrate the HERO horse who wins the race.

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All roads lead to Rome....

A travel blog entry by jacquichap on Sep 13, 2013

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... grocery supplies. Four hours later, with supplies in hand we returned...like London, every corner you pass has something... Next to our supermarket we discover an archeological dig, we passed the Trevi Fountain (Along with thousands of other people), met a roman gladiator (Ben and Matt are already talking more swords!!!! ) and we discovered, by accident (or design??), the Pantheon! Amazing!!! It quite literally blows you away ...