Casa Edoardo B&B

Via P. Barison, 74, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | Condo
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Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... from banking,) powerful, and great patrons of artists. The actual palazzo Farnese was quite close to our hotel. But their villa (the difference between a villa and a palazzo is that it has gardens all around it) was across the river. So its name was the Villa Farnesina (Farnesina is the diminutive version of Farnese, so it literally means "little Farnese.") The villa is beautiful, exactly the kind of place you'd want to spend your summer months. The gardens were ...

Pompeii to Rome Day 12

A travel blog entry by susiemayeurope


... this is a 8 hour train trip being split at Bologna after 6 hours, arriving in Innsbruck at 4.30pm. The Italian Mosaic took us on a trip of 2850 kilometres over 12 days, we doubled up in a couple of places which gave us the opportunity to go back to what we missed the first time. We are staying at the Holiday Inn and as usual we are on the outskirts of the city, I am grateful we stayed at The Stendhal for a few days, a hotel we chose & not ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by mattadore

... we just wrote down the places the food tour had on their itinerary, and did it ourselves for a lot cheaper. Unfortunately, we got to the Testaccio markets at about 2pm, just as they were shutting it all up. Bugger, bad timing. We then walked to a delicatessen called Volpetti. But this was closed too! Luckily, Barberini, a little pastry and cake shop, was open. They had beautiful little pastries and chocolates. We started off with four pastries to share and an espresso ...

When in Rome, do as the Romans do

A travel blog entry by patuan


... in cooking. I learnt how to step by step make Gnocchi – a kind of soft dumplings that made of flour & potatoes. To be able to play with the flour and roll the squeezed potato made me feel like going back to childhood again somehow.

We almost passed 3 hours cooking without noticing if my growling stomach did not protest. The food was delicious itself, but as we made it ourselves (and as we ...

They came,they conquered, they concreted

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty


... us our entry into the Colisseum and we can skip the queues. We are soon wandering around looking at the rocks. The place is inundated with tour groups which is useful at times because you can stand behind them and get all the info, then move on without feeling like a sheep. This place is enormous and it is hard to imagine how they constructed it over 2000 years ago, the palace itself covers an area that beggars belief. It's hot again today and there are tons of ...


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