Trinity Bed & Breakfast

Via Emanuele Filiberto 109, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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The Consulate trip, again.....

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro

... forgotten that I had to call my Daughter Emma when we were in Hong Kong as I had a missed call from her when we got off the plane. Turns out that missed call was a pocket call, the kind of call you make accidentally when the phone gets bumped in your pocket, but that plus Chris reverse call to me, sucked up all my credit. Damn... I hurriedly composed and fired off an SMS to tell him to fax it to the consulate, and to get a record of the ...

It has been a long couple of days.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq


... for us so we were able to get the best deal. Unfortunately, they only had two phones there at that store. 6 of us gave Corinne our money for the number and then went down the street to buy phones. We all got the same phones but different colors. The phone that I got was about half the size of my iPhone and was very basic. But that's all I need. We were all excited to get back to the residence to try out our new phones. We first had to figure out how to change ...

Rome wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by dormisdijana


... also decided to get a head start on the day. Walking down the street you are also surrounded by ruins from ancient Rome. I hadn't booked a tour or anything for the Colosseum as i figured I wouldn't need it but in the end I decided to get a tour which included the Roman Forum as well and skip the line which was the main reason for getting the tour. Ques really just aren't my friend.

Once in the Colosseum the reality of where ...

Ciao means both hello and goodbye.

A travel blog entry by serinakoester


... I left San Francisco wearing. We braved the heat and walked to lunch, working up an appetiito fit for a big plate of pasta con funghi, insalata, and bierra (mushroom pasta, salad, and beer).

The afternoon was relaxed and lazy especially after such a satisfying lunch, so when the hot sun turned into a refreshing rainfall, we all kicked back for a siesta, still unsure of the actual time and not really ever ...

Raindrops, So Many Raindrops

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... for 22E is hard to beat. We ask when they open tomorrow as we may be back. The walk home is nice and we pass a hugh building that may be a church but it is closed. We go through a Roman gate which now accommodates several lanes of traffic as well. Almost home, we stop and get a gelato to finish off the day. Tomorrow is supposed to be the nicest day of our stay here so our activity will be outdoor. For a big city, we are already enjoying walking around. time for some rest. ...

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