B&B Caty Senior

Address: Piazza Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, 4, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Roman Walls, Porta Maggiore, and Villa Wolkonsky.
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    • Free parking
    • Pets allowed


    • Continental Breakfast

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    Panoramic vistas as we crunch the kms

    A travel blog entry by dustydownloads on Aug 06, 2015

    5 comments, 25 photos

    ... socks. Profanities rolled forth, but only the bushes had ears since the gang had buggared off up the hill and left me trailing behind. Upon summiting and gasping for breath, resuscitation was sweet since our B&B had a kitten and a warm beer - easily pleased. The gang tucked into a late lunch during a passing thunder storm which had us pleasantly sozzled. It certainly helped me forget how our bank account is hemorrhaging on ...

    When in Rome,

    A travel blog entry by amystruck on Mar 09, 2015

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... all of my history classes made it out to be, so my expectations for it were a little too high. The outside of it is beautiful, however there are just so many people trying to sell you tours, sunglasses, selfie sticks, literally anything you could think of it was hard to enjoy the view so we didn't really stick around there much.
    The next place we went was the Roman Forum, which I actually really enjoyed. It was a huge archaeological site with ...

    Rome, 11 - 20 Oct 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Oct 17, 2014

    59 photos

    ... fortress which was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian (AD130-139), but has also been a prison and a papal residence. It was used by former Popes who escaped there for protection in times of danger. Apparently, there’s a covered passageway which still connects Castel Sant'Angelo to the Vatican.]

    Another day, we ended up at a Pyramid - to our surprise! The pyramid was built about 18–12 BC as a tomb for ...

    Angels and gladiators

    A travel blog entry by casanapoli on Sep 14, 2014

    28 photos

    ... may have been sacrifices made during paganism also around the drainholes in floor. If you have time, google "snow in rome pantheon" and watch a video!! This afternoon, we went to gladiator school! We were greeted by an absolute hulk of a man dressed in ancient gladiatorial dress( literally) and believe me, none of the children would have dared to laugh, he looked scary and played the part well, after inviting us, slaves, into the arena ...

    Rome on a Segway, or How not to walk all day

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jun 20, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... it 20 years ago?
    It's a funny thing. We look back at the Coulda/shoulda/mighta beens. But we didn't. And that's why we are here and now.

    Andrew, the Ukrainian tour guide has been in Rome for 12 years. He says that the tourist market in Rome has grown dramatically in that time.
    If I HAD come here 20 years ago I may not have liked it. The history was largely ignored my the locals, and the hospitality market was aimed squarely ...