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Naughty Paris, Gay Rome, Angels & Demons

Friday, May 29th, 2009

‘Angels and Demons’ Tour in Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo - Rome, Italy

Planning a holiday in Rome? If you enjoyed ‘Angels & Demons‘, you might want to visit the locations of the Hollywood movie starring Tom Hanks and based on Dan Brown’s book.  Europe a la Carte recommends taking a self-guided tour and reading Angela K. Nickerson’s free e-book on Rome’s Angels and Demons.

Rome Gay Travel Guide

Looking for a gay-friendly destination for an exciting city break in June? Patroc Gay Travel Guide recommends traveling to Italy and taking part to the Rome Gay Pride 2009 on June 13. And if you’re already in Rome, do not miss tonight’s party at the Muccassassina gay club, the last one before summer break!

Fine dining in Amsterdam

If you’re planning a trip to the Netherlands and want to know what and where to eat in Amsterdam, take a look at the Velvet Escape travel blog. Keith recommends eating springroll stuffed with an exquisite duck confit, seaweed, cucumber and celery at the beautiful Odessa restaurant offering fantastic views across Amsterdam’s harbor.

Italian street food in Paris

Is eating Italian pizza by the slice in Paris, France, possible? Yes, it is! Head to Al Taglio, an Italian restaurant reviewed by Eye Prefer Paris, and enjoy a delicious slice of potato & truffle cream or ham a smoked cheese pizza.

Great Paris Travel Book

Congrats to The Naughty Paris Guide team for winning the Independent Publisher Books Award 2009 Gold Medal in the travel guidebook category.

Photo of Castel Sant’Angelo, Rome, Italy, by FotoRita

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  1. Bookhotelsinrome says:
    October 6th, 2009 at 07:41

    Rome … much to do, so much to see, so much to eat. As the old adage says, Rome wasn’t built in a day, so it’s difficult to see it all in a day, too.
    Rome is awesome, and its beauty is tempting during dusky hours. The sites, just to name a few, such as Colosseum (Colosseo), Roman Forum (Foro Romano), Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Castel Sant’ Angelo, and the Vittorio Emanuel II Monument in Piazza Venezia are awe-inspiring and worth seeing in the city lights. However, if you are looking to explore something new other than the prime attractions of Rome after dark, you may find lots of unexplored treasures. The city’s piazzas become extremely lively in the twilights.
    To have the best of fun I’ll suggest you to get your Hotel in Rome City centre.

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