Amati Da Roma B & B

Via Ottaviano, 42, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Farewell Rome

A travel blog entry by merlest54

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... his restaurant, beginning with David Campese. It was an entertaining end to a pleasant evening. These little streets hold many secrets and we had no idea as we walked past this one each day that not only would it have this delightful restaurant but also numerous beautiful other speciality shops. How wonderful it would be to be able to stay longer and have the time to roam through Rome to discover its hidden treasures.









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Pompei and roaming around Rome!!!!

A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read

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... were for free for her. So we started walking away with the roses and he calls me and asks me where im from and so I responded but tried to walk away again and he then started rubbing his fingers together to say "pay me", so I said well if they arent free then she will give them back to you.. and that was that. We just avoided them from then onwards (which is surprisingly hard to do. I watched a number of people get the same thing done to them and just laughed each time). It ...

"Private tour of Rome"

A travel blog entry by bug23

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... love a statue!
On through the lane ways we travelled, already struggling in the stifling humidity, till we came upon one of Rome’s more surprising sights – the Trevi Fountain, or Fontana di Trevi, a huge, very Baroque gush of water over statues and rocks built onto the backside of a Renaissance palace.
More impressive was the two junk trinket sellers who had set up right in front of it!
Oh, and the Centurion strutting about!
They ...

The Colliseum

A travel blog entry by kerra

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... this as normal, where people could put a thumb down to help end another man's life, or up to save him. Right beside the Colliseum is a symbol of its end; the Arch of Constantine, who was the emperor that legalized Christianity. It represents the battle fought and won by Constantine, and the beginning of the Christian domination. The pagan Colliseum closed its doors. In 300 A.D., you might be killed in the next-door Colliseum, nearby ...

Wk 5 Stop 16: Rome

A travel blog entry by olnail

... and The Vatican, both which I've heard can last hours and since we were walking the 2.5 miles to the Coliseum, we were expecting it to take half the day. On the way to the Coliseum we went over Capitoline Hill and through the Roman Forum that is considered the Roman Wall Street of the time. The Coliseum was more colossal than I imagined! It was neat to see the place that I learned so much about in high school Latin class, to be able to put a stage and "backstage" to the ...

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This hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, and Castroni.
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