At Your Place

Address: Via di Porta Castello 33, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Auditorio Pio.
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      Piazza Cavour and another Sunday in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 14, 2014

      20 photos

      ... went back to Ristorante L’Orsini (little bear) for lunch. Lunch was great – sharing a yummy lasagna and then Veal with lemon sauce. After this we initially walked down Via di Corso once again. I wanted to buy some fancy stockings, which I couldn’t find – but we did give in to a fake Prada bag to a street vendor. I think I will be over weight on Tuesday. We are okay for the Paris to Adelaide 30kg but worried about Rome to London ...

      A very busy Monday!

      A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Mar 24, 2014

      32 photos

      ... Loyola's tomb was. Wrong church. He told us it in Gesu Church and this was next on our itinerary.

      There is a little building next store where Loyola actually lived and died and his tomb is in the church. It's very elaborate, especially for someone who had lived in a cave and then like a monk in service to the poor.

      There is an interesting statue portraying Martin Luther as a serpent, called Religion Overthrowing ...

      The best saved for last - the Eternal City

      A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 58 photos

      ... restoration work being done when we visited. Most of the buildings one sees today were built in the two centuries each side of year Zero and some have stood up to the rigours of time [and abuse of Man] remarkably well. Possibly because many were built of brick rather than stone/marble so the structure was less attractive/useful to subsequent builders.

    • Castel Sant 'Angelo. In 28 BC, Emperor Augustus built a mausoleum to receive ...

    • A day in a different country

      A travel blog entry by rhino25 on Aug 05, 2013

      29 photos

      ... working on the Sistine Chapel. The tour is set up to have the Sistine Chapel towards the end so we had a break for a drink at the cafe before the chapel as we had taken three hours to get this far round!

      Although the tour was busy the Sistine Chapel is the focus of the tour and as such is quite a crowded place. However, it is worth spending a lot of time here and we sat and looked at the friezes on the walls and ceilings to see if we could work out the ...

      Exploring Rome: Day 4

      A travel blog entry by kaylanreid on Jul 22, 2013

      32 photos

      ... church it was... and for those of you who have been there before and guessed St. Peter's Basilica, you are right! But we didn't know it was St. Peter's Basilica until after we left The Vatican. Yeah I know, we were being brain dead tourist, but the majestic church had us blown away that we were clueless for a moment.

      After the Vatican we decided to get some food and rest for a bit by Castel St. Angelo. We took in the sights around us which was pure bliss. ...