Chez Liviana Bed & Breakfast

Address: Largo Sant'Alfonso 5, 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 Parco di Colle Oppio.
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      A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 13, 2015

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      ... legions. After that, the Rhine and Danube frontiers became the de facto boundaries of the Empire. These borders came under pressure many times in later years such as the wars conducted in Marcus Aurelius's reign and even more so in Late Antiquity. As the Western Empire collapsed, migrating Germanic confederations claimed the various territories once ruled by Rome and ushered in the Medieval era.

      Apparently it's construction season

      A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jun 30, 2014

      6 comments, 5 photos

      ... shops and then headed out for the nearly 4 hour train ride to Rome. The train got up to 155 mph this trip and made our ears pop when we went through tunnels. We got out at the train station and went to our bus stop and we're overwhelmed by all of the traffic! Especially after 3 days with no cars of any kind around (Venice is all boats, no cars) this is quite a shock! We headed to our little B&B here and got settled. It's only got 4 rooms (pretty spacious too!) ...

      Olala, Italia !

      A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Apr 29, 2014

      1 comment, 67 photos

      ... but also a lot of buildings from the renaissance. The later almost all financed by the Catholic Church. I’m not sure how the Catholic Church can justify all this wealth in Rome, but it is there anyway.

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      A travel blog entry by drclad on Dec 13, 2013

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      ... there and see what the Pope sees when he does all his Popeing to the masses. The Pantheon was also incredible and you couldn't help but wonder how on earth did it get built so many centuries ago without the machinery and scaffolding. These buildings are works of art and appear around every corner. We took a wander to the Trevi Fountain and the palace built for the first king of ...

      Three days left!

      A travel blog entry by a88y3 on Oct 03, 2013

      1 comment

      ... group around the edge, looking at the amazing stone structure. After the tour of the Colosseum, we (the whole tour group, it was a tour of the Colosseum, the Palatino, and the Forum. Oh by the way, if you're ever going to the Colosseum, pre-book your tickets!!) made our way towards the Palatino hill, and palace (it was a ruined palace.). It was very interesting, and had amazing marble, but it was honestly to hot to look out for anything but the next ...