Brando & Gio
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Brando & Gio Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... or Athens. Our first port of call was the Island of Santorini. The Island is very picturesque and it was a very pleasant time exploring the various attractions of the Island. Our next Port of call was Kusadasi. Unfortunately Narelle became sick again with a urinary infection and needed to see the ship's doctor. She was prescribed a stronger dose of antibiotics. Narelle rested and I left the ship to visit the numerous shops and attractions. ...
... day - a change from 3 degrees and grey clouds which we had in the UK.
We walked to the Colosseum which was about 5 minutes away and organised a guided tour which would go for about 90 minutes. The group we were with was about 15 people - most of whom turned out to be aussies - plus a family from the UK and about 4 people from Kuwait. The tour guide was Roberto - he was an archaeologist apparently ...
Good morning Italy. Today we had an early start...left the hotel at 7.30 to reach the Vatican by 8 and were herded through the the security and then up into the Vatican museum through the Sistine Chappell and then into St. Peter's basilica. The tour felt a bit rushed and I felt too overwhelmed by the crowds and speed to take in everything so I really can't tell you much about any of the things we saw other than they were extraordinarily special and inspired a copious amount of ...
... As James like to put it, I am stealing their souls with all my picture-taking. Oh well.
We pick up a bottle of wine on the way back to Millefiori, and enjoy a put-together meal with the items leftover in the apartment - pesto pasta with fresh tomatoes, cured meats and cheeses, and a whole plethora of wines we all brought to the table. Tomorrow's plan is to go exploring the ruins at Ostia Antica - I can't wait!
... Vatican was not complete without seeing the Pope!
Maybe it was just me, and maybe it was just the day I was there, but I will be returning to Rome, but in the summer time, no matter how many tourists are around.
When in Rome
Eat: pizza, pasta, wine, antipasto, tiramisu, espresso
See: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, the Spanish Steps, and the Sistine ...