Rossana Guest House

Via Marghera 49, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Rome

It just keeps getting better

A travel blog entry by cardinalrose on Jun 05, 2014


... more "green" than Florence was. And I'm sure it's obvious that I adored Tuscany and Umbria for their natural, countryside beauty. Physically, Italy has so many beautiful characteristics. I have not gotten used to seeing all the beautiful architecture and monuments. There is such a variety- no matter where you go of beautiful places. I'm not saying there aren't beautiful places at home, but there is something magical about Italy. I had heard about ...

Rome - Day 5

A travel blog entry by scottandmel on Jan 18, 2014

... Fabio, a great Italian Chef who gave us a private lesson and showed us the secrets to making delicious homemade pasta. He was really fun and friendly and we had such an amazing time and learnt a lot. We made four types of pasta - ravioli, fettucine, butterfly and cavatini. He then cooked the pasta and told us now to make one of his special sauces to go with the cavatini. We then sat down in ...

The Griswold's go to the Vatican

A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 08, 2013


... the crowd was nearly unbearable, and you are herded through without much opportunity to appreciate and absorb. We were elbow-to-elbow, sweating and dying of thirst for about 4 hours. Poor Ricky was not very happy but was a good sport. Photography was not allowed in most rooms. The places where it was OK you couldn't get a shot due to the crowd. St. Peter's is gorgeous. I think you could spend all day in there. It's size is something to marvel in ...

Four churches - One day

A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Jul 26, 2013

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... we visited the local market and bought our favorite meal- prosciutto, bread rolls, some cherries and apricots and had a picnic on the beach. We also stopped at McDonald’s and Caitlin got Brie balls, which she declared were delicious. Other options beside the typical McDonald’s Big Mac fare were Pistachio McFlurries, pasta salad, and a focaccia sandwich. Matthew did his own thing and Marc had to stay onboard and ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by suzymartin on May 19, 2013

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... to get to Rome in time for our hostel reservation. It's been quite nice to have a little target to reach every day, although we resented paying so much for some of the campsites (26 euros a night was our record), when we arrived too late to enjoy the extras (pool, nice bar etc.).The land around the coast road was very developed, so no chance of wild camping either. It was a bit of an Italian Miami around Lerici; gated villas and people ...