EmilyHouse Porta Maggiore

Address: Via Muzio Attendolo 43, Rome, Lazio, 00176, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prenestino Labicano area of Rome, is near Roman Walls, Castelluccio, Esquiline, and Caelian.
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    All roads lead to Rome

    A travel blog entry by hiltsfamily on Aug 21, 2015

    15 photos

    It is hard to believe we are heading to our last destination for our trip, Rome! We get up and got things organized and then it was back driving into Siena too drop off the rental vehicle. I drove Leanne, Chris and Sarah to the train station and dropped them off and then went and returned the car and walked back to the station. Our travel to Rome goes without any problems and we have really enjoyed traveling around ...

    To Rome!

    A travel blog entry by viknat on Mar 24, 2015

    Today was my last morning in Florence. It's been a great time staying at the Academy Hostel and making so many new friends, but after 7 days it's definitely time to move on.

    I woke up early and grabbed breakfast as usual. I was mostly on my own this morning, as I checked out, dropped off my luggage and set off to take in Florence's streets one more time. My first stop was Vecchio Forno, an incredible bakery on Via Guelfi just a few minutes' walk from the Duomo. I bought ...

    A day at the Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... depending on the position of the sun. The 80 arches on the ground level were numbered, except for entrances which were reserved for the emperor. The arena had a staging area below the floor. Slaves were used to run the pulleys that raised and lower animals and people through trap doors.

    Spectators were given passes made of stone which indicated an assigned seat in a particular section and even the route to the seat. Although the entrance ...

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jun 14, 2014

    ... shoulder superstition. 1 coin - you'll return to Rome, 2 coins - you'll fall in love with an Italian, 3 coins - you'll return to Rome and marry said Italian there. Ha. Some people threw coins but because there was wire fencing around the fountain most people hit the fence and it bounced off... Lol. We also learned that all the coins that get thrown in there are donated to charity so that's nice. - Next, the Pantheon (Ash's favourite). You walk around the ...

    Get on ya bike!

    A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... ancient Appian Way. This road, Appia Antica is located in a park not far from where I am staying.

    The Appian way is one of the oldest and most strategically important in ancient Romes history. Its construction was started in 312 BC as a road to move troops between Rome and Brindisi in the south west. I collected my bike, not your top of the range model, but the two wheels did turn. The first bit is boring apart from the dangerously ...