Piccolo Borgo

Address: Via delle Capannelle 134, Rome, Lazio, 00178, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Appia Antica area of Rome, is near St. Callistus catacombs, Appia Antica, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, and Capannelle.
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    Same Planet, Different Worlds

    A travel blog entry by rachelellis on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of line drying, we hang our laundry on racks.

    4. Dogs...
    Are everywhere! If you walk down a street and don't see at least one person walking a dog, something is wrong. Dogs are on the tram (above ground rail line) and allowed in the front of stores where they are tied up. Often dogs are not on leashes and just sit patiently outside whichever shop their owner is in, or walk ahead of their owners on the street. No one cares, and ...

    Giorno felice della madre da Roma!

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    We spent a quiet Mother's Day at home (in Rome) today. After breakfast, Dee and Lucy went to the 10:30 morning Mass at the Catholic church up the street from our apartment (St. Joachim), which they reported was very well attended. Later, they went out to do some shopping, paying another visit to Castroni's to browse this store's amazing inventory of specialty food items. ...


    A travel blog entry by siobhan21 on Dec 12, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... in the mail. The store will give you the necessary envelope for mailing your submission.

    Trevi Fountain was beautiful as always. I know there is no history at this spot and it is just a tourist trap, but it is still gorgeous! Don't forget to throw a euro in... with your right hand over your left shoulder... to ensure that you return to Roma someday.

    The Heartbeat of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 24, 2013

    1 photo

    ... a scoop of melon and experienced heaven on a cone! This one may have been the best - they're all so different, so hard to choose. The approach to Montepulciano is straight up the mountain on cobblestone road. All these little towns have limited access for cars. Some of it depends on the time of day, the width of the road, or seemingly who really needs to go where. You're never really sure what you can and can't get by with. Back to that rules thing. The lanes in this ...

    Day 72 - Rome Day 1

    A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein on Sep 17, 2013

    ... in the eyes of the overseer, he is punished, usually by death. When a gladiator is killed, people come out with a piping hot iron pipe that prods the dead body to make sure it is dead, it is then dragged out of the arena. These battles were usually giant gorefests. After the Colosseum, we headed back into town and grabbed some dinner and a coffee. We then jumped on the metro back to our ...