Snow White Guesthouse

Address: Via Principe Eugenio , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Romaround Tours, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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        A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Aug 22, 2015

        4 photos

        Up early and pack up, after farewelling our hosts we hit the road about 8.30 am and drive back to Livorno to drop off the hire car. We thought we would get a taxi to the train station from the port, however with three cruise ships in you couldn't get a taxi for love nor money. They refused to pick up any fares in the city, they were waiting for all the tourists off the ships.

        Plan B - Hump the bags about a kilometre ...

        Cooking class

        A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 18, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        Today I did a cooking class. Booked on Viator and cost (I think) around 100 euro. There were supposed to be 7 of us in the group but only 2 showed up so was almost like a private lesson. Once again I walked there, about 1 hour, but no problems finding my way. Even had time to stop at the Ducati cafe for a coffee and croissant breakfast. Cost 2.50 euro, less than $3.50 AUD. All very civilised. I could get used to this! (Actually not really. Nice for a holiday but ...

        Day 9: Roma Antica

        A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

        47 photos

        ... portraying one of several possible pagan gods (I.e. Oceanus). Most Romans believe that the 'Bocca' represents the ancient god of the river Tiber, and this is the first site of (very decorated) manholes. Next, we approached the remains of Circus Maximus. This is where chariot races took place and would lap this massive track seven times. When the structure was full, it could hold 375,000 people! The largest stadiums in the US can fit only about 1/3 of that (I.e Dallas ...

        A little step down in Rome

        A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

        78 photos

        ... center and two exquisite fountains on either side: the Fontana del Nettuno and Fontana della Dea di Roma. From there, we walked up to the Villa Borghese park which is located on top of a hill overlooking Rome. The park was bustling with people on that beautiful Sunday afternoon. It seemed like the whole city was there. There were families walking around, joggers, kids on skateboards and roller-skates, and a large number of surreys rolling up and down the ...

        The Coliseum

        A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Jun 16, 2014

        9 photos

        ... entertained by the public, desperately trying to find a dry spot. The only people happy were the Asian guys selling brollies and capes - we eventually succumbed and Judy did a deal for two. After the storm we entered the Coliseum, and marvelled at the architecture and ingenuity of the Romans. We then went on to the Forum and the remains of a considerable part of the ancient city until the sun began to go down. We left and ...