Boncompagni Suite B&B

Address: Via Boncompagni, 79, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria della Vittoria, Carrani Viaggi e Turismo, Via Veneto, and La Cantinola.
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      King Tut's Beard & Mr. Magoo

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 23, 2015

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... 8217;s funeral mask has a visible yellow line of epoxy between the famous beard and the chin, and there are scratch marks on it from the guy who tried to chisel off the bit of Super Glue that landed on it. When the highly-trained curators saw the results, they decided to try to hide the unfixable damage they had inflicted by lowering the lights on this famous display.

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      Ancient Rome: the Forum and the Colosseum

      A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... marble, granite and frescoes in its prime and how it was the major social centre for Ancient Rome. The Colosseum was ordered built on the site of Nero's palace by Emperor Vespasian so as to disassociate himself with the hated tyrant. Events would be held in the morning and in the afternoon. James describes some of the activity and leaves us shocked with his description of the brutality of the "sporting" events. The various Emperors would search far and wide to ...

      Inside the Colosseum

      A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 03, 2014

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... in the middle of the floor. They made elaborate sets for the games - sometimes forests or hills with scenery. I wish they let you go down into the tunnels and chambers under where the floor was. I think that would be the most interesting part. In general, Italy could really use some help organizing the tourist industry. Everything is just kind of a mess! We've used 2 audio guides now and they've both been pretty ******. There was a point today ...

      The family first

      A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on May 06, 2014

      2 photos

      ... enough though. Thus started our long walking treks around Italy. We have come to realise that Italians walk everywhere. Especially up stairs. There are millions of them, everywhere especially at hotels and railway stations. Eventually we found our way back to our hotel, but not before stumbling across one of the sights I had for so long wanted to see, our Family Church in Rome, the Church of San Silvestro. This was an awesome discovery. I had so much dreamed of seeing this live and ...

      The Colosseum and Ostia Anitica

      A travel blog entry by stuch6 on Dec 13, 2013

      22 photos

      ... Colosseum and Roman Forum. However by the time we got through our time in the big arena the Forum was closed, after all it was after 3:30 pm. The Colosseum was worth the visit. Inspiring in its structure and grandeur, even without all the marble that would have adorned nearly very surface. The Romans knew no restraint in their opulence. Our guide informed us the experts have estimated that in ...