Colosseum B&B

Via Capo D'Africa 59, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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Ancient Rome and the Shrinking Dome

A travel blog entry by kinwah


... We gave ourselves a figurative pat on the back then headed to the inside of the arena.

In the centre of the Colosseum you will see the many rooms which once housed the wild beasts used in the numerous events held there. They were raised by a series of platforms out through trapdoors in the main floor. There, they would fight combatants or tear into criminals sentenced to death by beast. The main floor, or stage, was made from wood which allowed the rulers to flood ...

We've seen soooooooo much!

A travel blog entry by rome_aq


... by Francesco Vespignani between 1892 and 1896, on a land given by the Knights of Malta to the Benedictines, who made it their central church in Rome. We left the church and went around the corner to stand in line in front of this door. We all were really confused with what we were doing. When you got up to the door you were suppose to just look through the keyhole. When it was my turn I looked through and saw something ...

Highlights of Rome

A travel blog entry by rhino25


... church has many points of note but houses some of the oldest mosaics in any church. They tell the old testament story and have survived the remodelling of the church over the years. The artwork above the altar is also unusual because it is a mosaic rather than fresco.

After touring the church we headed back to the hotel and then out for a meal at a restaurant close to the hotel. The restaurant was so close that it took less tan a minute to walk there.

AS Roma at Olympic Stadium

A travel blog entry by inhovea


... on the night so the crowd was happy. At the end of the game we rushed out and walked very quickly to the tram stop, expecting a long wait to get home. They had trams lined up, we jumped on the first one and headed back into the city centre, to the last stop. The tram wasn't even really full, so it was a short, comfortable ride. It was about a 10 minute walk home.
Going to the football was a great experience. Getting there was easy and the stadium is ...

Nicholas at the Gates

A travel blog entry by turner72


... br> After St Paul’s we went on a driving tour of the city, blowing my mind a little bit with all the cool sights that we were to visit in the next couple of days. No need to list them now, some slight need to say that we ended up in our hotel, the Madison, which, while old and inconvenient in more ways than not, makes up for that in spades by being the closest hotel in Rome to Termini Station, which is something like Oglevie ...

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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Clemente, Teatro Colosseo, Love4adventure Tours, and Celio.
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