Bed & Breakfast Maggiore

Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore 12, Rome, 00185, Italy
Bed & Breakfast Maggiore
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  • Couples48
  • Solo40
  • Business66

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Pub Crawls

by jt3004

Are there a lot of these? Do you need to sign up before hand? Which one is better than others? Safer?

Re: Pub Crawls

by johngayton

HA! Stage 1 - find a bar, order your beers and enjoy. Stage 2 - walk to the next bar, order more beers and enjoy. Stages 3 to 12 are very similar. If at any stage you don't like a bar then just don't order anything.

Stage 13 onwards - you are now too drunk to care and these will your favourite memories.

That's what I call a pub crawl and it doesn't matter what city, town or village you are in, whether at home or abroad the same basic rules apply.

Rule #1 Don't have ALL your holiday cash on you at the time. Rule #2 Be Friendly. Rule #3 If you have got to stage 13 DO NOT try and chat up that big guy's girlfriend - the guy with the stripey suit and the close-cropped hair and the hard eyes: not a good idea.

Be drunk, be happy and just go with the flow!

Hope this advice helps - enjoy!

Re: Pub Crawls

by johngayton

PS - write down your hotel name on a piece of paper to show the taxi driver or, as I do, have a printed label around your neck, like a dog-tag, with hotel name and an emergency phone number.

Re: Pub Crawls

by craic

i did check out one that left from the top of the spanish steps in case my daughter when she visited wanted to go

there was a nice young american bloke leading the tour and 4 or 5 young people, several were irish, ready to party

you didn't sign up for this before, just turned up[ and handed over your 15 euro or whatever

it would be something i might have liked to have done if i was younger - you would at least have some people to talk to at the beginning of your evening

and maybe - just maybe - they would take you to some of the more difficult to find places

Re: Pub Crawls

by romanista2000

There are plenty of pubs, spread all around the Old Imperial Rome, which equalize the city center. You do not need to book or sign-up, just enter, order, drink and pay. Many of then are run by Uk or US expats.
Enjoy them.

Travel Tips for Rome

Just wandering around on foot....

by Kallie

Just wandering around on foot. It seemed to be a relatively safe city for women, and we wandered at will
during the day and in the evening. Around every corner there
is a surprise. It could be roman ruins. A fountain or just a wonderful view. Probably my most favourite of many must be wandering around the roman forum late one afernoon just drinking in the atmosphere of the place. The roman architecture and feel of the place is quite unique, and in April not too busy.
I sat with my siste under a shady tree (very hot even though
only April). We had bought a large baguette type sandwich
from street vendor and some really cold water and fruit.
We just sat and admired for quite some time. Quite amazing

Bring the Tennis Shoes

by GroovyDoc

I read that tennis shoes should be avoided b/c it singles you out as American, so I left mine at home. It was a huge mistake! My feet hurt so bad after 10 hours of walking every day! Plus, I totally looked like an American as I wore jeans, took forever to count my euros, and only knew a few choice Italian phrases. So, forget avoiding the image, and bring the tennis shoes!

Books - Best bargain ART books

by icunme about Books

There is a whole little row of street-vendor type book stalls right at Piazza Republica at Termini. Salvatore is my favorite seller there and I stop by every chance I get. He always has something new and now knows what I like - here he found Rafaele books I had been looking for and kept them for me. All the seller here carry Italian language books - the art books are incredible and great bargains. Salvatore and the larger stall up toward Termini are the best of the lot. Art books at great prices They will all work with you on prices

Avoid this place at all costs!

by jxm333 about Cafe Vaticano

This place is a total ripoff. Where else can you pay 6-Eruo for a glass of coke (that's $9 to us US folks).

We came out of the museum and were looking for a nice place to sit and have a cool drink. We could have stopped by the vendor outside the entrance and had a drink for 2-Euro, but decided the place across the street, Cafe Vaticano, looked like a nice spot for a rest and drink. We had 2 drinks and 2 small fruit plates (listed at 3-Euro in the display case). We were pretty upset when the tab came to 28-Euro for 2 cokes and 2 small fruit plates.

Do yourself, and your wallet, a favor and head down the street!!!!

Great Cafe with great coffees

by Packerman about Tazza d'Oro

Elegant interior with excellent prices for a variety of coffees. Always plenty of people waiting to receive their hot drinks, but the wait doesn't last long, great service. Good caffeine pickup during the hot draining day! Cappucinos & Latte Macchiatos

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Address: Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore 12, Rome, 00185, Italy