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Ranked #1 of 678 attractions in Rome

Category: Historic Walking Areas

Owner description: There’s no better way to truly understand Rome than through your stomach. Taste your way through the Eternal City, teasing. Owner description: There’s no better way to truly understand Rome than through your stomach. Taste your way through the Eternal City, teasing your sweet tooth with the best coffee, tiramisu, and gelato in town.Guided by a local food connoisseur, your small group of no more than 15 people will check out the best of the best during the Espresso & Gelato Tour of Rome. CombiПing Italy’s famous coffee with the sweets that have become recognizable the world over, this personalized tour will take you to the city’s most renowned coffee shops, gelaterias, and, the grand finale, the most famous tiramisu shop in town.A mid-morПing walking tour will bring you through a number of Roman neighborhoods, igniting all of your senses as you learn how to properly order an Italian coffee before stopping in for gelato and tiramisu tastings. Along the way, your guide will teach you about Italian culinary habits and will introduce you to a number of culinary specialties found in local shops. You will also find out about seasonal events and food festivals taking place at the time of your tour.During this sweet excursion, combine your love for coffee and gelato with your passion for Rome!

Need nice hotel in Rome, January 2010

I’ll be traveling in Italy during the holidays and am trying to locate a hotel in Rome that isn’t too expensive, clean, relatively quiet and well-positioned for transit/metro. Any recommendations around $100/night are appreciated since I’m going solo, staying for 5 nights and need to EAT as well!

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Facebook blackmail of 100 gay priests in Italy

2011-08-20 06:49:38 by godhead

Isernia — At least 100 gay priests across Italy were blackmailed by two people who met them on social networking websites, a media report said Friday.

The pair asked the priests for up to 10,000 euros each to keep quiet about their virtual sex sessions via webcam and in some cases, actual encounters.

Police found the contact details of over 100 priests on computers and mobile phones of the suspects, as well as video recordings of sex sessions involving priests and incriminating messages in what prosecutors described as a «disturbing» case.

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