A drone view over a desert Rome

I found this videos today and I want to share it, just to show how the empty spaces of Rome look like. The Coronavirus is a disaster. A disaster under many aspects, and an empty city is just not natural, weird and scary. But at the same time it is impossible to deny that these … Continue reading A drone view over a desert Rome

April 25 Rome Italy QuodLibet

25th of April 2020 – a Strange Liberation Day

The 25th of April, in Italy, is the Liberation day: the 25th of April 1945 is the day of the liberation from the Nazi-Fascism. This year, for the first time in 75 years, we are celebrating this day at home. A strange way to celebrate it, but at the same time an opportunity to think … Continue reading 25th of April 2020 – a Strange Liberation Day

Ravioli in Rome

Rome: today Ravioli for Lunch

We continue our covid-19 "stay at home period", and we keep on doing our culinary experiments. At the same time, somehow, we are thinking about sharing our "skills" with our guests once we'll be able to reopen our terrace at QuodLibet bed and breakfast in Rome safely. We made today our Ravioli with Ricotta and … Continue reading Rome: today Ravioli for Lunch

pancakes for your breakfasts in Rome

Breakfast in Rome with Pancakes

We stay home, as everybody in Italy and in Rome in this very strange and terrible period. We have to make every single day, and every single morning an enjoyable one. We have to see the opportunities that every morning is giving us. So, for us, breakfasts can always be a good small challenge to … Continue reading Breakfast in Rome with Pancakes

Supplì – A Roman Speciality

An easy and delicious Roman specialty The Supplì (Also called Supplì al Telefono) is very easy to find very close to our bed and breakfast in Rome. It is a very good and common street food Italian Specialty, but very famous in Rome. Easy to prepare at home as well: just rise, mozzarella cheese ... … Continue reading Supplì – A Roman Speciality

the view from Sant.Angelo castle - QuodLibet bed and breakfast

Flexible booking at the best price – Rome

We offer a special discount of the 20% on the rates guests find on the web for this new special type of reservation: not refundable (pay now) but with a total flexibility in case of cancellation. Using this new rate plan, guests will be able to use the amount paid for the reservation if they … Continue reading Flexible booking at the best price – Rome

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The meaning of QuodLibet – an attitude to visit Rome

QuodLibet means literally "Whatever Pleases", a latin word used for "free"compositions - music and rhetoric. A mix of different "voices" within the same context. That's why we like this word so much, because it can be the definition of a state of mind, a definition of an attitude. The positive attitude that we usually see … Continue reading The meaning of QuodLibet – an attitude to visit Rome

Borghese Gallery a few minutes from QuodLibet bed and breakfast in Rome

Sights to book in Advance in Rome

From the Coliseum to the Domus Aurea, together with the Borghese Gallery There are a couple of must to be seen sights of interest in Rome that should be booked in advance: some of them because the reservation is mandatory, some of them because they are extremely busy (some sort of bottle necks of the … Continue reading Sights to book in Advance in Rome

Val d'Orcia from Rome

From Rome to Val d’Orcia. An easy one day excursion.

Unesco World Heritage Site, the Val d'Orcia is one of the most famous areas in Italy. If you think about Tuscany, and its landscapes, then usually the picture you are imagining is taken in Val D'Orcia. The Val d'Orcia is south of Siena, just north of the border with the Lazio Region (the region of … Continue reading From Rome to Val d’Orcia. An easy one day excursion.

Barcaccia Fountain just 10 minutes from QuodLibet bed and breakfast

Water of Rome – From Trevi to the “Nasoni” – An interesting surprise

Maybe not everybody knows that Rome has a very efficient system of running fresh water that the city inherited from the ancient Romans. The Roman aqueducts are still one of the marvels the ancient Romans have left, not only in Rome but also in many other regions of what once was the Roman Empire. What … Continue reading Water of Rome – From Trevi to the “Nasoni” – An interesting surprise