Amoroma Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via Rattazzi 2/f, 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, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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    A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 07, 2015

    55 photos

    ... cobblestone street with ancient ruins on either side, and beautiful landscaping. The just wet street glistened and I soaked up the charming scene. On my left was the gorgeous and gigantic Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II. The front had gorgeous flowers and fantastic, grand sculptures. I walked through the Piazza Venezia and carefully chose one of the six roads that came off it. I had heard Italian driving was crazy, and it absolutely is. I saw one ...


    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... amazing. Not only in that it's a country in its own right, but, even being an atheist of the highest degree, I almost felt.. Something. I didn't have an epiphany or any stupid **** like that but it has a real power, a regality about itself which makes you think about how it all began. Not the world I mean, just religion, God in general, that kind of thing. The riches of the Catholic Church are like nothing I've ever seen - copious tapestries, paintings, ...

    Saint Peter, Michelangelo, and a dry fountain

    A travel blog entry by newhouse-hiles on Sep 01, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    We woke up this morning to thunderstorms which subsided shortly after breakfast (which was comprised of salami, cheese, bread, yogurt, pastries, fruit, coffee and tea). We headed back to the Vatican Museum and this time actually got to go in! We took a guided tour with Angela who was great. Our tour took 2 1/2 hours and here are some highlights and interesting facts.

    Vatican City State is an independent country which has its ...


    A travel blog entry by djmitchos on Apr 28, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... epic. Did a tour of the imperial city ruins and learnt a lot more about how they lived back then, sooo many ruins I can't believe how many bricks were used to make that city. Apart from that I just walked around completley amazed the whole day!! The people that battled the crowds at the Vatican for the canonisation didn't even get to see the pope, so I didn't miss out on anything and I got to see more of Rome than everyone else ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... a whole. The arena was converted into a cemetery. The numerous vaulted spaces in the arcades under the seating were converted into housing and workshops, and are recorded as still being rented out as late as the 12th century. Around 1200 the Frangipani family took over the Colosseum and fortified it, apparently using it as a castle. Severe damage was inflicted on the Colosseum by the great earthquake in 1349, causing the outer south side, lying on a less stable alluvional terrain, ...