La Casa di Amy

Via Principe Amedeo 85 A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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    In the Holy City

    A travel blog entry by tknoepke on Feb 21, 2013

    47 photos

    ... day before the room became packed with tourists. So much easier to enjoy when you can sit in silence and stare up at the ceiling.

    The School of Athens, situated in the Borgia Apartments, was spectacular. I have studied this in class and in books before, but it was amazing to finally see it in person. I went through the rest of the museums afterwards and finished with a relaxing visit to St. Peter's Basilica. Usually, there is line around ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day

    A travel blog entry by moons_shell on Jul 18, 2012

    1 comment, 68 photos

    ... about checking out. We were going to catch the Popes speech the day before but decided against it as it is unbelievably boring and not much of it is in English. The way St. Peter's Basilica looms in the back is huge and quite amazing even if you don’t have a religious bone in your body

    We decided to do a Hop on Hop Off tour. Yes those incredibly touristy things where you sit on top of an ...

    Days 313 to 317 - The Former World Capital

    A travel blog entry by craigadventure on Nov 24, 2011

    32 photos

    ... building. Amazingly sculpted statues were placed amid fluidly carved rock that complimented, emphasized and created the soft gentle flow of the fountains waterways.

    We each through a coin over our shoulders, successfully hitting the water ensuring us good luck in the future.

    At the Piazza di Spagna, we had a nice view down the marvelous steps. This monumental stairway of 138 steps was completed in 1725, linking the Bourbon Spanish embassy and the ...

    You leave me breathless

    A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Feb 24, 2011

    7 photos

    Rome's gotten better. While we've had to deal with a couple more Sinophobes (my shoe saleswoman said she would be 'scared' to live there and our hostel proprietor made horribly inappropriate 'ching chong' noises), there are some great things here almost completely free of tourists, and even one thing that was OK even though it was tourist-infiltrated.

    The San Callisto Catacombs, where all the Roman Christians were buried (and where a ...

    Statue of David, and onwards to Rome

    A travel blog entry by evanng on Sep 15, 2010

    137 photos

    ... talk about how Michelangelo's David differs from those depicted by other great sculptors, where they tell the story of David having just slained Goliath whereas this was a depiction of David just before he faced his foe, the sculpting of his facial expression, depiction of his muscles, veins and that he carries his slingshot casually thrown over his left shoulder, etc. You can get the rest by googling it … I simply prefer to be ...