Residence Al Saraceno

Via Poli, 25, Rome, 00187, Italy
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Good record store

by Karlie85

Hey everyone. Whenever I go to a new city/country, I like to find a cool record store and buy something from a local artist (whether from that city specifically or just that country). I'm pretty open to anything, but if anyone knows of a place that would have punk/rock/hip hop, that would be cool. If not, any record store will do! Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thank you in advance :)

Re: Good record store

by Karlie85

I should add that I would be interested in traditional music as well.

Re: Good record store

by barbaradangelo

DISFUNZIONI MUSICALI-Via Degli Etruschi 4/14 Phone 06446198. The neighborhood is called S. Lorenzo, young area, full of students and pub, bar, ect.
Hope you will have fun. Go late the afternoon and stay around there for dinner and you will have fun.

Travel Tips for Rome

Well, if you have some time to...

by mauro_pd

Well, if you have some time to 'waste' just get a book and go for reading at Trinita' dei Monti, sit down on the stairs and read your book ... after a while give a look around you: it looks like a movie !
This has been my first contact with this ethernal city ... and I'll never forget about it ... (and remember it is forbidden to eat pizza or whatever while seating :-( The relaxed atmosphere, the 'dolce vita' like style ...

Rome Day Trips - Hidden gems

by icunme

Most people head to Florence, Tivoli and Ostia Antica - and rightfully so. However, if you have been there - done that - many hidden gems are at hand right close to Rome - accessible by car or by comfortable, inexpensive tour busses (i.e. Cotral). Here are my top hidden gems - New pages and tips in each:

- ROCCA DI PAPA - ROCCA DI PAPA one of the towns in the Southern Castelli Romani region - close to Lago Albano - here is where you will see a medieval town and interact with locals.

LAGO BRACCIANO - North of Rome - super castle - enchanting, pristine lake (BarryAir favorite)

CASTEL GANDOLFO - no secret as this is the summer residence of the Pope

RIETI - Norther tip of Regione Lazio - the Sacred Valle of St. Francis - This is where St. Francis spent most time and it remains now as it was 800 years ago - here you can walk the steps of St. Francis - or simply hike among the serenity of nature.

Photo 5 The Sacro Speco is a kind of cave or crevice in the rock, and it marks the place in which Francis retreated in solitude and prayer in order to write the Later Rule. This is the cave where Brother Leo spent much time. Beside the cave is the stump of a tree where Jesus is said to have appeared to Francis and where Francis fasted for forty days and completed the Rule.

These destinations are best seen by car but readily accessible by train and tour bus (inexpensive Cotral is best as they offer many stops and good schedules).

The statue of Marcus Aurelius...

by zys1

The statue of Marcus Aurelius Stand at the center in the Palzza Senatorio

CAPITOLINE HILL: it is the symbol of the authority of Rome from the ancient days up 'till now. The modern disposition of the buildings dates back to the XVI century, when Michelangelo realized the beautiful square and the stairway, called Cordonata. Two out of the three buildings are the seat of the Capitoline Museum.

Don't Miss the Seafood Dining!

by Jeannkelly about Ristorante Costa Smeralda da Archille

Everybody gets to have the same wine, anti pasto, first plate, second plate, sherbet, dessert and liquor... Suprisingly, this is what the place is famous for!!! One would have a taste of truely Italian seafood (Sardegnan specialty infact!) dining... Hmmm Molto Bene!!!

Fixed menu costs €35/pax (plus tips if you wish). You can also ask for extra servings (extra bottle of wine even) if want some more without extra charge. But trust me, you have to take everything literally slowly because you might get overwhelmed with the 6 dishes of anti-pasto only and can't go on with the next plates ;-)

The place could get really crowded, so one would has to call and make reservations before coming. Its the entire menu that I love!!! (6 kinds of Antipasto, 3 First Plates, Second Plate, wine, mineral water, sherbet, dessert and liquor included)

You've got to go once in your life

by ctorres1979

The colosseum is one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. We went in about an hour or so before they were closing and I think this is a good idea. People were mostly on their way out.

Also, its best to skip the lines at the entrance by purchasing tickets at the Palatine museum.. Right at the Forum.

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Address: Via Poli, 25, Rome, 00187, Italy