B&B Roma Centro San Pietro

Address: Giorgio Scalia, 39, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Monte Mario area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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      Ancient Empire

      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 25, 2014

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      Rome may have not been built in a day, but we attempted to see it all inside of twenty-four hours! The city looks huge on a map and there are so many amazing sites to see around the city, yet we walked a large route through many of the most popular sites within a few hours with ease. Our goal was to hit four major landmarks in a circuitous route. We started from our hotel towards the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. We ...

      When in Rome...

      A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... when I walked inside the beauty of it took my breath away. It was beautiful. We then took a walk down one of the central streets and discovered we were not too far from the famous Trevi Fountain. We had decided to go on a free walking tour at 5:30pm which the Trevi Fountain was included in but I couldn't wait and wanted to see it now! Well, what can I say, it was amazing!! It felt so surreal seeing it in real life. I loved every minute! I threw a coin ...

      Day 17 - Rome

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

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      ... It was composed of three superimposed arcades with an attic on top of a podium. Below ground subterranean passages were used to bring men and animals into the arena. The tiered seating areas could hold up to 50,000 spectators. The amphitheatre was used for public spectacles: mythological dramas, re-enactments of land and sea battles, animal hunts, public executions and, of course, the famous gladiators. Although popular belief states that early Christians were martyred here, it ...

      Of to an Antique fair

      A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Sep 14, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... and recycle cloths for sale. As well as lovely old linen sheets, table cloths, clothing and children's cloths all beautiful stitched, embroidery, and drawn thread work, some with lace and all made from cotton and linen fabric, how wonderful. We had a lovely time strolling around looking at everything, but it does put the brakes on buying when you have to pack it in a suitcase and carry it. Glenda did end up buying a sheet that ...

      Goodbye Paris, hello Rome

      A travel blog entry by mupebo on Jul 06, 2013

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      ... my first italian pizza and begin to enjoy Italy's food. After dinner we walked home, or attempted to as half way there a group of three boys came up close behind us so we crossed the road and headed another direction, this cost us nearly 2 hours as we repeatedly got lost. An enjoyable journey home nonetheless, certainly not our last long walk in rome in which we get lost. Overall a fun day exploring Italy for the first ...