Trevi B&B Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... was created on the newly urbanised zone of Monti. At the beginning of the 20th century other rioni where created (the last one was Prati – the only one outside the Walls of Pope Urban VIII – in 1921). Afterward, for the ...
... on foot to find the Trevi Fountain and the restaurants recommended on Trip Advisor. We knew the fountain was under construction, but the area was alive with tourists. We found an amazing family owned pizzeria, whose brick oven will be 100 years old next year. The waiter/owner recommended we share a pizza and a pasta, and we added a meat. The sauce was so fresh- and the pizza was delicious. A lovely meal for our first night in Rome.
We walked some ...
... were all on their away home. We made our way back to the Pantheon to see the interior as it wasn't open when we were on the walking tour the other day. It felt incredible to be standing in such a historical building and something I had studied in Tafe. The big brass doors were huge and as you walked through them you couldn't help but look up at the spectacular dome above you with light pouring in the centre hole. It had beautiful marble floors, walls and ...
... was a beautiful area with a Christmas tree still up and a couple nativity scenes which are created each year by a different region in Italy, it is a great honor.
The food was great, but the Italians like to eat too much. We usually ate lunch everyday and a small snack because it was so filling. The pasta is very oily. It's wonderfully flavorful. They make you pay a crazy amount for water ($3) and surprisingly no bread is given. The wine was strong. The pizza was ...
... Blood dripping down the edge of my sword. I had survived. But would I rejoice my life? Or would I regret the equally innocent men I had just slain for the sake of my own life? Now that all these men were even dead, what was my guarantee? Would I even survive this cruel emperor ...