Rome Random Facts

Rome, the Eternal City, is a city unlike any other in the world. Here are a few random facts about this amazing city!  Enjoy and Share! Decorated by 4,000 deceased monks The Capuchin Crypt in Rome consists of five chapels and a corridor 60 meters long. c The abbreviation SPQR can be found on many […]

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Ristorante Pizzaria Zi’Ntonio, Sorrento, Italy

 The Amazing Zi’Ntonio Restaurant Pizzeria Located in the heart of Sorrento, close to Piazza Tasso, the Restaurant Pizzeria Zi’Ntonio is the ideal destination for those in search of good food. Marian and Michael will be happy to welcome you into their room where you can dine by candlelight and enjoy a warm family atmosphere, enhanced […]

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Picture of the Week: Santa Croce Church at night

Santa Croce Church in Florence, Italy is a 14th Century Franciscan Church. It was built by Arnolfo di Cambio and frescoed by Giotto. It is decorated with amazing and precious arts as well as holding the tombs of great Florentines like Michelangelo and Galileo. This amazing Church is mere steps from the Bed and Breakfast […]

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Florence Hotels: De Benci B and B

De Benci B&B Rocks! In my travels of Italy, one of my favorite places to stay in Florence is De Benci Bed and Breakfast! The owners are kind and thoughtful, always going the extra mile… Carlo was exceptional leading up to the trip and while we were all there! The accommodations are gorgeous, comfortable and […]

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Underground Rome

A couple very interesting articles about the miles and miles of underground Rome!!! Next time you are in Rome you should check out a few of these amazing places. National Geographic Underground Rome Go Europe’s Underground Rome tour ideas Our Rome 7 Day Hardcore Sightseeing Tour includes some amazing underground tours like San Clamente and […]

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4 Can’t Miss Sights In Rome No One Tells You About

Rome, an amazing city filled with culture, cuisine, art, architecture and sights not to be missed. On most people’s list of places to see is the Sistine Chapel, Colosseum, Galleria Borghese, Palatine Hill, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and the list goes on. What most people don’t always hear about are some more of the strange yet […]

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