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Surprise for my Mam's birthday while she was in Rome with her fella Phil, me and my sister stayed in this apartment. Very nice and only 30 min walk to the Vatican.
It was clean, tidy and spacious for a 1 bed apartment. It had...More
Thank Mick S
Response from Alloggiare_a_Roma, Proprietario at Casa Vacanze Nonno GiulioResponded 6 June 2017
Good evening Mick,
thanks lot for your words about my apartment. I'm happy you had a nice time here.
I hope you will come back in the future!
Take care, Stefano
We stayed there for 3 nights with our 2 kids. Its about 20-30min walk to Vatican and thats with kids so probably quicker without! Busstop and taxis are are few mins walk, which will take you the centre of Rome, you need to buy your...More
2 Thank 33Jen
Response from tunna76, Owner at Casa Vacanze Nonno GiulioResponded 8 September 2013
thanks lot for your words about my apartment! I'm very happy you had a good period in it! I'm waiting for you another time... and please... i someone search an apartment in Rome... remember of me, ok?
US$68 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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