L'Incanto di San Pietro

Via Vespasiano 48, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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Rome to San Gimignano

A travel blog entry by martineswann


Went to walk up St Peters before leaving Rome and at 10am the line was looped around the entire square so ditched it and got a waiter at Aurelian Residence to drive us to the airport Avis depot. We then hit the road on the autostrade to Tuscany. Stopped at one of the hill top old towns called Magliana Sabina and parked up. Local helped us find the restaurant which just looked like a doorway and had a ...

Back to Roma

A travel blog entry by lizford


... roads. In the big tours areas they don't close so we forgot. Yesterday we went to Assisi and visited the Bacsilica which is very old and lovely frescoes. This is the birth place of Saint Francis and we saw his tomb. The buildings here are all made of a lovely pink coloured stone. Assisi is built on the side of a hill with lovely views over the valley. We have seen many lovely ills and olive groves and lots of fields of sunflowers so its beautiful ...

Rome - day I

A travel blog entry by rachbeat


... the purest and freshest in all of Rome. The word palace today is derived from Palatine. This is where most of the ancient emperors built there palaces. Today there are still remains of the residence of Domus Flavia, Octavian, Julius Caesar, his wife Livia together with remains of palaces of various other roman emperors. The palatine also houses the Farnese Gardens which are said to be the first botanical gardens in Europe, the Museo Palatino (museum) houses artefacts ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... This was in reference to the gigantic statue of the Emperor Nero which had been previously erected near the site of the Colosseum. The Great Amphitheater cover an area of six acres. This is one of the greatest examples of Roman architecture and engineering. It laid its foundation between 70 and 72 AD, under the emperor Vespasian. The construction work on the amphitheater was completed in the 80 AD, under Titus. Thereafter, further renovations were carried on it, during the reign ...

Apr 15, 2013

A travel blog entry by ashleynant

Off to Rome this morning! After about 6 hours on the road and a couple pee breaks we arrived in Rome. First we drive around and got a guided tour by our manager. Once we hit the collusem we were off the bus and headed to explore on foot. Our manager took us to a couple to places like the Trevie fountain and then bought everyone gelato! We had dinner on our own. We sat at a little Italian restaurant outside and had an amazing pasta dinner with a great ...


This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, and TourinRome.
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