Hotel Labelle

310, v. Cavour, Rome, 00184, Italy
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The other Rome

by ray_d

I am wondering whether there is a member's site that would have more of a local flavour.
One hopes to see more than Architecture, churches, Museums and artifacts.

Looking for Car-shows, Trash & treasure markets, football-matches, Rugby, walking-tracks, Book-markets, public outdoor-opera, Gardens and such things that the average Roman does to pass the time.
Non importa se si deve viaggiare con treno o autobus.
Anche se e piu di cento Kilometri da Roma.

Love everything that has been created by dead people but I am not adverse to just spending time with the living and being a pseudo-Roman for a few weeks.

After all, Rome is not monuments alone!
Thinking Mid-February to Mid-March.

Thank you.

Re: The other Rome

by Paisleypaul

Interesting markets I know are the Sunday one Via Portuense, Trastevere, and the daily (mornings til about 1300?) one in Via Sannio right besoe Sam Giovani Metropolitana on Linea B.

Pseudo Roman? Book up a fortnight in tha tabacchi.....! :)

Re: The other Rome

by effeti

As you know, i'm not exactly a local.
I'm quite sure you will find a lot of advertising, of sagre/mercatini/manifestazioni sportive on the free newspapers and tourist info when you will be there.

But if you want to have a look before (very hard to find those info on the net...)

Hope this helps..

P.s: Ovviamente non pianificare di abbandonare Roma in tutti i week-end! ;-)

Re: The other Rome

by craic

maybe this site would be of some use to you ray

Wanted In Rome

It has a lot of classifieds - my young american friend found a share apartment when he wanted to stay on - but it also has articles and a What's On

Re: The other Rome

by ray_d

Would the one in Via Sannio be a food Market Paul?
The other Sunday Market I already know.

Are you suggesting Romans just hang around the Tobacco store or is "Tabacci" something I do not know?

Re: The other Rome

by ray_d

Grazzie Francesco.
I shall keep these sites in mind and use them to help me plan.

Be assured that I will make sure to leave weekends available in case special friends drop in :o)

Ciao Signor Effetti.

Re: The other Rome

by ray_d

Thank you Jenn.

I am sure the link could come in handy.

Re: The other Rome

by NorCal08

try blog about Rome with just the info you are seeking.

Travel Tips for Rome

Castel Sant' Angelo and Ponte Sant' Angelo...

by CandS

We didn't get to go inside but this unusual castle caught my eye...

Castel Sant' Angelo was finished around 138 AD and has been used as a fortress, prison and palace. It now contains a museum of artillery and arms. I'm told the view from the palace are worth the visit though!

It is open in Summer Tuesday to Friday 9 am to 10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am to 8 pm; Winter Tuesday to Sunday 9 am to 2 pm.

Shoe market at pza testaccio

by jurkka

every wednesday there is small (maybe 15 sellers) market for women shoes.
we found nice shoes there, cosy and relaxed place to buy nice quality design shoes cheap.

located at the north side of pza testaccio, at south side of the city. take subway and drop off at san giovanni station.

ehi raga, tutto rego...?

by jazzmatazz about Campo de'Fiori

One of the hottest (night) spots in town!! Meet interesting and good looking people (any age) from all over the world...
My favourits: The Drunken Ship, Sloppy Sam's, Vineria, Aristo Campo (mmhhh)....just come along and drop in! none...

Restaurants near Ciampino

by lswift about i Nobili

i Nobili, almost outside the entrance to Ciampino airport is the worst restaurant experience we have had, in 12 years of living and visiting Italy. DO NOT GO THERE. We had just arrived at Ciampino, at 9 at night with our six year old daughter and needed to travel on that night to our accomodation. The waiter sat us down, took our pizza order, sold us a bottle of wine and we watched the pizzaiolo make the pizzas in the wood oven. For a whole hour. At the end of this time one of the junior staff, in very garbled italian told us that there were no more pizzas and could we reorder. By now it was time to go as we had more travelling to do, so we ordered pasta for expediency. This arrived, but only after we had reminded them, 20 minutes later and was unexceptional. When we came to pay, the bill for one bottle of ordinary wine, some water and 3 bowls of pasta, one for a child was 48 euros. We expected some sort of apology for the delay and perhaps something off the bill, but no, nothing. We said we weren't happy but were told 'this is the world of work' or some such remark.

This is the worst service we have ever had in Italy, and was about 50% more than we would expect to pay. The wine was down on the menu for 10 euros so this didn't account for the bill. Plenty of locals seemed to be having a good time and getting fed, so we suspect they are just too near the airport and actively set out to 'do' the foreigners and give them least priority. How can any self respecting pizzeria run out of pizzas at 10.30 on a Friday night?

Vatican Museums

by christineintheworld

The Vatican was certainly one of those things that we thought we needed to see when we visited Rome. It certainly was something to see but it was also a serious investment of time. Not only does it take time to wander through the many halls and areas of the Museum, it is preceded by a MASSIVE line. Definitely try to get your hotel to arrange for the admission and jump the queue or purchase the advance tickets that allow you to jump the line. It's well worth it, as you lose so much time just standing and waiting otherwise.

We also took the time to visit St Peter's while in Rome. Another interesting experience. Though after the lines at the Vatican, we waited until another day to visit St Peter's. We went early and missed most of the line. We also opted to climb to the top of the bell tower. Climbing bell towers seemed to be an ongoing activity for us while in Italy. It's certainly worth the time and energy though... the views are unmatched.


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 Hotel Labelle

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Address: 310, v. Cavour, Rome, 00184, Italy