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Delightful atmosphere in Rome

by RYBNICEK P. (22/07/2010 09:17:26)

It was the first visite of my friend in Rome, so the classical line: from Piazza Popolo to Colosseum. Daily Vatican. I love all of them.
We were in Rome with our small dog (westie) Tessie. She knows Rome as a wery good guide. But in 42 centigrades she did only several steps on the hot black pavement every time and unhappily looked at me. I had to carry her on my arms all the time. She also as the first of us found out and derived benefit from the fact that all the shops are air-conditioned. :-)
Gorgeous town, the only one in the world
first-hand contact with European history
Vatican City, centre of Christianity
delightful atmosphere at the B&B Vaticano

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Experience in Rome

by OWEN H. (11/07/2010 23:51:12)

-Capuchin cemetery - don't read anything about this before you go - just go
-Galleria Borghese - absolutely wonderful collection and small so it can be done in under 2 hours
-Pantheon - just amazing, never seen engineering like it
-trevi fountain of course has to be done
-piazza navona is probably my favourite evening place in the city.

from the B&B near St. Peter if you cross the river and head down towards Trastevere, there are just fantastic italian eateries which have 'fixed price' menues - i.e. an entree, pasta dish, main and desert plus water and wine all for €15-20 - it's where the italians go out to eat, and it's great! Off the tourist trail so you get real value

Communication is always a little bit of an issue, but I find that most italian can speak at least enough passable english for the foreign traveller to get by. When heading over to my fave eating place in the trastevere district however, the conversation became a bit more difficult - I'f I had to order from the menu individual dishes I think it would have been quite a challenge.

Rome - the eternal city - there are so many reasons to visit it, and to go back often. Far too many to pick just a few to mention.
-If you like classical civilisation stuff - there's so much there - the pantheon, the colloseum, the roman forum, domus aurea etc
-if you like renaissance art, there's a huge amount available to see for free in the numerous churches, and then there's the Galleria Borghese...

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Sites in Rome

by DIRETTORE O. (09/04/2010 13:25:13)

The central location of the bed and breakfast ( 1 minute from Piazza Navona) allowed us to visit all the important sites in Rome including Trevi fountain, colosseum, vatican museum, PIazza San Pietro, Castel Santangelo and more. The walks by the Tevere were amazing.....Rome is a great city to visit.........

best place we found to eat a good meal was in a restaurant between piazza Navona and Trevi fountain. The service was great, the food spectacular and the price was fair.
worst place to the colosseum. I suggest that for a great meal at a fair price, visitors do not eat close to a major tourist attraction.

the B&B 's location is very central, the hostess is incredibly pleasant and friendly, privacy is at a max since the place is a private apartment with no-one else sharing the space.
clean, quiet and close to everything including bar, pizza and food, evening strolls and very safe location.
I reccomend this location to anyone thinking of visiting Rome.

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