Residence St. Andrew'S Garden

Address: via della Camilluccia 180 B, Rome, Lazio, 00135, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the della Vittoria area of Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Grotta di Bossea, Foro Italico, and Teatro Olimpico.
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    A Night in Roma

    A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 15, 2014

    ... peddling. (Turns out that umbrellas are worth more when it is raining) so after waiting for 5 minutes for the people who had not yet arrived, Jah made an executive decision to leave all 13 late comers them behind and make our way to the bus. Avoiding puddles and huddling under my umbrella I managed to avoid more water than most of the Contiki group. When we were all sitting on the bus the 13 missing people had magically appeared! The coach stopped ...

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    A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 08, 2014

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    Ostia Antica

    A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 07, 2013

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    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... and taking in my laptop to a computer shop. The computer shop looked respectable, fingers crossed they could fix the problem. I was told to come back on the Monday so see how it was going. We grabbed a cappuccino from a local café and it was pretty awesome, only 1 euro too! That was a plus side of staying outside of the centre of Rome, where they usually cost upwards of 3 euro. Once we had sorted all our stuff out it was midday and we headed out to the coliseum. We opted for ...