Angelica Guest House

Via dei Mille 41/A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $72.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Vatican, aqueducts and the brass band

A travel blog entry by sam.tank


... to see where it would take me,and I found myself at the Vatican! It hadn't really interested me, but it was actually really cool to see and really quite grand... There is a noticeable (armed) police presence thou I believe the pope addresses his people on a wed morning so maybe its a hangover from that.

One of the things I had wanted to see before coming here were some of the ancient aqueducts. I had looked up where to go a couple ...

I (almost) Left Her at the Train Station

A travel blog entry by raymond52


... narrow train corridor to find our seats but when I turn around, no Lynda. When I reach the train’s access door, I find the conductor has closed the door with Lynda still standing on the platform! She’s waving goodbye with a sad look on her face. She’s not too sad however because she knows that she has the tickets. After a few tense moments, the conductor reopens the door and Lynda climbs aboard. At last we are off to ...

The good, the bad and the ugly! - THE UGLY PART

A travel blog entry by megan.griffin


So after bidding farewell to our new friends we began the walk to the next tour a meeting point. While on our walk we stumbled across a Ducati hanging in a shop front. It took only seconds for us to realise that this was in fact a cafe and we both agreed a cold beverage was in order. After all it was Happy Hour! After finishing our wine and making the most of the wifi Clare managed to hack into we continued our walk to where we would meet our guide ...


A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy


... to catch our flight to Rome. Once in Rome we were lucky to be able to navigate our way easily enough to our accommodation via a bus from the airport then a 20minute walk.Our BnB was awesome roughly a 15minute walk to the Colosseum which was perfect and really close to the Metro (train station) although we walked pretty much everywhere. Our host Nikoli was great and so helpful too though Aidan thinks he is related to the Savage family as he talks more than I ...

Day 8 Rome

A travel blog entry by skarm


Started with the day with a bit of house keeping, finally found a laundromat to do some much needed washing. Left the washing with a very efficient laundry crew and headed off to the Basilica di San Pietro (saint peters square). This basilica is amazing words can not describe this place, you have to se to believe it.

The line to go in went around the whole square, we tagged along behind a Nonno and Nonna who jumped the que. If it was good enough for them, it ...

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