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Renter: Yannick J. Yannick J.
Yannick J. August 2018

Ideal apartment for visiting Rome. Halfway between the Vatican and the Coliseum. We did everything on foot during our 3 days. Spacious apartment, very well equipped with a small terrace ideal for the evening drink ;-). To reserve eyes closed.

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Renter: Ines B. Ines B.
Ines B. August 2018

The apartment is located right in the heart of Rome. Most sights are within walking distance like the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and the beautiful Villa Borghese Gardens. Good access to public transport, metro, tram and bus, and a great variety of shops and restaurants all around. The apartment is clean and bright and we were shown how things work and where everything can be found on a quick tour upon arrival.

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Renter: Merrie G. Merrie G.
Merrie G. July 2018

Spacious apartment with two bathrooms and good kitchen equipment. It was close to the bus stops and the metro. Quiet and safe neighborhood. The owner was flexible for our arrival and departure and trusted us.

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Renter: Pernilla Pernilla
Pernilla March 2018

Nice reception! A small apartment that is not recently renovated, and definitely does not have a bright light. But for those who prefer to be at home, this is a perfect accommodation. Comfortable beds and all the equipment you need. Walking distance to everything. Recommended!

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Books & Beaches: Rome and ‘Angels and Demons’ by Dan Brown

Books & Beaches: Rome and ‘Angels and Demons’ by Dan Brown

When it comes to a good holiday read, most of like something at the nice midway point of not hugely taxing, but not spoon-fed to us either. The kind of book you can still grasp and comprehend even after a generous G&T. With that in mind, welcome to a tour of Rome via Dan Brown's 'Angels and Demons'.