Domus Livia Suites

Via Nazionale 230, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Via Nazionale, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Teatro dell'Opera, and Quattro Fontane.
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    Ancient Rome with the Rogue Historians

    A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 20, 2014

    20 photos

    ... grandson that invented Nutella. Yep Ferrero as in rocher the chocolate. Anyway Silvio is in a bit of trouble for being disgusting & sleeping with a 14 year old. Apparently his bongo bongo parties at his residence are famous. You don't need much imagination to work out what the parties are all about. At the end of the tour everyone was melted & feet walked off. We still had the colessum to see. Grant, suffering from the heat, wanted to leave it until the next day but ...

    Farewell Rome

    A travel blog entry by merlest54 on Apr 12, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... his restaurant, beginning with David Campese. It was an entertaining end to a pleasant evening. These little streets hold many secrets and we had no idea as we walked past this one each day that not only would it have this delightful restaurant but also numerous beautiful other speciality shops. How wonderful it would be to be able to stay longer and have the time to roam through Rome to discover its hidden treasures.


    Goodbye Amalfi, Hello Rome

    A travel blog entry by bug23 on Jul 15, 2013

    7 photos

    ... of music. It took us 45 minutes to get from Amalfi to Napoli and 20 minutes to get from the Napoli freeway exit to the train station, which was only 5kms, the traffic in this city is unbelievable. Dog eat dog when driving. Our train was on time so we made the journey along the platform to coach number 2, of 15 carriages, so we were the second last carriage, and proceeded to board the train, but not before a gentleman offered to lift our bags onto ...


    A travel blog entry by galentlevy on Nov 01, 2012

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    ... to find our hostel. We finally found it after a taxi ride and walk through the rain. Honestly, it was miserable. Two Ducks was located pretty central (only 10 minutes from where we started). But the hostel was a little scary to say the least. The elevator looked like it was from the 1500s, you had to manually shut the door, and if you opened it while moving the entire thing stopped. Luckily, our room is big! I got a nice bed, and there was a guy from Australia that stayed with ...

    The Holy Sea

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 09, 2012


    ... br> Getting into St Peter's is a bit of a song and dance. First, you stand in the hot sun with 500,000 other people and go through security. Then, you walk through clothing check, to make sure that you are suitably modest. Then, you pass a sign telling you that you can climb up to the cupola. Of course, this is one of those things that sounds like a good idea at the time. No it was not. There should be a sign that says "abandon hope ye who enter ...