A Casa di Anna e Luca B&B

Via della Marranella di Marino 140, Morena, Rome, 00040, Italy
A Casa di Anna e Luca B&B
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Christmas Day in Rome

by b-o-b

I'll be in Rome for Christmas. Will there be anything to do on Christmas day - restaurants, bars, clubs?

Re: Christmas Day in Rome

by tung_me

You can check the Rome Tourist Office website at: www.romaturismo.it. There are many events taking place in Rome.

Re: Christmas Day in Rome

by b-o-b

Good idea. Thankyou!!



Re: Christmas Day in Rome

by loudjazz

many places are closed on christmas eve as that is when italian families have the main christmas meal.
we went to rome for christmas last year and christmas day was great, many restaurants and bars were open and there were lots of people around. piazza navona has a festive market with lots to see and do, stalls, shops, santa, street theatre etc. taking a walk around the vatican is also a blast, with people from all over the world going to hear the pope's greeting in every language, brass bands, kids choirs etc
check my blog on christmas in rome for more details

Travel Tips for Rome

Ancient Ruins/Mall...Same Thing!

by msbrandysue

So, as insane as it seems to a regular Texas girl, there are pieces of ancient buildings all over Rome. No, they don't destroy them, don't take a construction truck and plow them over, they just build on top of them! It was amazing to see! It completely blew me away and it took a while to get over that fact.

Turns out the ruins in this picture were where a perfectly normal shopping mall was...with formations dating to before Christ....No biggie!

Enjoy every second of this phenomenon while in Rome :)

San Clemente - a church on a church on a temple

by Chamsa

The Basilica di San Clemente is an unique building because of being a result of three places of worship stacked on each other. In the cellar of an ordinary Roman house a Mithras temple was installed in the 2nd century. In the fourth century, a church was built at the site, the first built in the courtyard of the existing Roman building. In the twelfth century, Pope Paschal II built a larger church above the old one, because of its earlier destruction by the Normans. A new fa├žade was constructed in the seventeenth century.

You are not allowed to take pictures in the museum.

beware the vespa!!

by modsquads

as tourists, my friend convinced me to rent a vespa for an afternoon. as a young, terrible driver in a foreign city with chaotic traffic, i was apprehensive. but i bit the bullet, and subsequently crashed into a curb, sending me and the vespa flying...as my friend sped off, having the time of her life!! So, yes they are cool and very italian, be aware of your driving skills before embarking! Enjoy!

Spanish food in Rome

by meteorologist1

Coming from the United States and having a craving for Spanish food but being in Rome, we did find a great Spanish place that offers a lot of true Spanish food. I forgot the name of the restaurant, but it is located near Piazza Novena. We had paella at the restaurant. If you don't know paella, it is a rice dish that is cooked with a lot of different types of seafood including clams, shrimp, lobster, fish, and also chicken. The dish is extremely tasty. The yellow spice that makes the color of the rice yellow is also tasty.

We also had tortilla at the restaurant; not the chips but the potato pie. Very tasty. The potato tortilla is made with eggs, potato, onions, and flour and fried in a pan.

Very impressive - and FREE entrance!

by chinesefairy

The Pantheon probably has the largest dome of its kind built during its time (It was built under emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD). The dome even served as a model for Michelangelo when he built the dome of the Saint Peter's Basilica! The building is 43 meters wide and 43 meters high -- May not sound like that much but one just has to experience the sight of it from its inside. The only natural source of light is a round opening in the ceiling, and it lights up the interior amazingly well. The paintings and sculptures inside show different deities of the planets and are also well worth looking at


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