Vatican Sleeping B&B

Address: Via Vespasiano, 17, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro), La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, and Italy With Us.
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    A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... been told that Italians don't like to rush a meal, especially when trying to get a bill. Often we have only got an hour or so so we need the bill. Every credit card I've held up with a 10 euro note attached to it has been despatched and returned with the bill in record time. Cant really see what the issue is really. Lol. Today was quite spectacular and breathtaking, and we will gradually add photos and a little commentary as ...


    A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 30, 2014

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    Today was designated as our day to see the sights of Rome, so after a lovely breakfast at the Hotel we headed off. Today was fine and the predicted temp was to be 25C. We had decided to do the hop on, hop off bus thing again to begin. These give you a lot of background information about the sights you are heading for. We decided to do one circuit which took about 1.5 hours, the next time around hop off and on to move around to see the things that interested ...


    A travel blog entry by jessboss4 on Oct 05, 2013

    ... way (a small cafe that did rolls) and got to the Colosseum just to see a huge line! We finally found someone to ask about tickets and were told to head to the Pantheon to get tickets (valid for both) and do that before the Colosseum. Boy, was she right! We spent at least an hour or so wandering around the Pantheon taking photos and reading up on the history and the. Wandered back towards the Colosseum. It was pretty hot, again, and we were both in jeans, again, and dying. ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day

    A travel blog entry by dormisdijana on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... Colosseum has been damaged by earthquakes and lots of marble that was used in the construction has been looted.

    Next we went to the Roman Forum which is the center point around which Ancient Rome had developed. We spent around 40minutes with the guide who showed us the Arch of Titus, Temple of Saturn and the Temple of Vesta. We then had the option of staying and exploring on our own. I contemplated climbing up Palatine ...

    Day 19 - Forum, Palatine Hill, Coloseum

    A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jul 01, 2013

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    ... did we!

    The Forum was the political, religious, and commercial center of Ancient Rome. Anything of importance happened here. Palatine Hill was the home of the emperors and included the Circus Maximus (300 BC) where chariots would race watched by more than 250,000 people. We saw the Arch of Titus which commemorated the Roman victory over Judea (Israel) in 70 AD when they took Jerusalem and destroyed the temple, and the Arch of ...