Montebello Guesthouse

Via Montebello 17 # 4A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

First Impressions for a First Day

A travel blog entry by serafina2


... of mopeds and how small the cars were. Also, most of the Italians park all over. There was a lot of double parking going on and parking on curbs, and mopeds nearly on the sidewalks, were they wouldn't be in America. Today we visited the Baths of Diocletian, a beautiful scene full of what we thought to be old tombstones and these little bathtubs covered by glass. There was an amazing garden scene and wonderful fountain in the middle, shaped like a ...

Rome - Day 5

A travel blog entry by scottandmel

Today Mel was very excited because we were gong to do a cooking lesson with an Italian Chef! First we went to the Post Office and sent some stuff home that we wouldnt be able to take on the plane. We then walked to Piazza Navona which is a lovely square with a couple of fountains, monuments and a big church. We wandered through the markets there and then bought some Gelato and sat and enjoyed the ...

Day 7 - Roma

A travel blog entry by


... bible, a city map. Not too far from our apartment we came across a magazine shop, bought a city map and sat down at a cafe in the piazza. Feeling pretty intimidated because we don't know any Italian or even what some of the customs are, we ordered our coffees. A cappuccino for Carrie and a caffè Americano for me. Without an actual menu on hand, the waiter asked what we wanted and listed a bunch of options (thankfully he spoke a bit of ...

Rome Day 2

A travel blog entry by marczimmer


... front of the church was a Filipino protest against the Malaysian takeover of Sabah. Let me tell you, there is a sizable Filipino population in Rome and most of them seemed quite happy to express their unhappiness in a cheerful way.

Unfortunately photography is not allowed in most churches and so you will just have to take my word that the insides of all the ...

Ancient Rome by day, modern by night

A travel blog entry by abi.latham


... and ones offering to take your photo or any other scam they can think of.

I have such a problem with these people - they are aggressive and get in your face and ruin the Italian-ness and any romance of the place. David our host said most of them are illegal immigrants but every 3 years the Italian government have an amnesty where they can buy residency for 2,000 euro - and then they enter tax system etc. Of course once they ...

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