Tourist House Ostiense 1

Address: Via Capitan Bavastro 62-80, Rome, Lazio, 00154, Italy | Villa
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    Ancient Romans

    A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Aug 28, 2015

    ... Unre cooked and I helped to make pesto pasta, with chicken and veges. It was a very nice meal After dinner we walked to the piazza Navona with our drinks. We found a spot around. The musicians and close to Bernini's fountain where we enjoyed a bottle of processco. It was very busy with lots of artists, people selling bags and other goods, as well as musicians. From here we headed home for our last nights sleep in ...

    DAY 36

    A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Apr 02, 2015

    ... s Kitchen Nightmares. Yes! This is the place! Haha. I make up for this horrible experience with some amazing gelato. Better than the place I had frequented 2 night in a row. Much better. It's hard you know. When you speak in Italian to servers and then they reply in English. It kills me. I would understand pretty much everything they could throw at me, if it was dinner. You can kind of guess what they're saying it asking depending on what point you're at with your ...

    A stupid blunder by Mum...

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 02, 2014


    ... taxicab & other cars, meant we weren't too impressed with having to pay that price. However we were all pretty tired and wanting to get into our apartment, whereas we agreed after a couple of glasses of vino that if we had been on our game & a bit perkier the taxi driver may have met two of his matches! Our apartment is lovely and Dylan & Steph have their own rooms & own bathrooms too & Max & I ...

    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... as it is where the conclave meets to elect a new pope. Whilst there was hundreds of people in such a small room it was great to listen to the audio guide explaining each of the frescos and how Michelangelo went about his commission. After 4 hours in the museums we were due for some food and drink. Usually we try to stay away from the tourist eateries but somehow found ourselves seated in one over the road from the museum entrance. It looked reasonable with sandwiches and ...

    Let the Fun Begin! (Days 1&2 of class and tours)

    A travel blog entry by jordanklag on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... themselves they are so big) are still standing, which is mind boggling seeing they are over 1,000 years old! This concluded our 4 hour tour, which we followed by food, gelato, and 4 more hours of class.

    I cannot wait to see what the rest of the week has in store for me, and the rest of the month. Each day is filled with something so exciting and new, and I cannot wait to see what awaits me.