La Pinetina B&B

Via Libero Leonardi 145, Rome, Lazio, Italy | B&B
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Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... sand is harena or arena), covering an elaborate underground structure called the hypogeum (literally meaning "underground"). Little now remains of the original arena floor, but the hypogeum is still clearly visible. It consisted of a two-level subterranean network of tunnels and cages beneath the arena where gladiators and animals were held before contests began. Eighty vertical shafts provided instant access to the arena for caged animals and scenery pieces concealed underneath; ...

Il Colosso Escursione (The Colosseum Excursion)

A travel blog entry by sampat102012


Up bright an early to head down to breakfast and begin another day of adventures. We walked to the Colosseum, followed by a tour of Palatine Hill, which was the original palace of the early Roman Empire. It was hard to imagine all of those buildings at one time covered completely in marble. The history in this area of Rome was unbelievable. We learned that any buildings still standing in Rome that were built during the Roman Empire, if not ...

The sights of Rome

A travel blog entry by caseyfamily


Today we thought we would take a walking tour of Rome that started with the Pantheon, then the Trevi Fountain and then the Spanish Steps. All of these sites were only a few minutes away from our apartment, but busy none the less. I have to say that the site of the Pantheon was incredible as you walked down a lonely street to be smacked in the face with an incredible site. The Pantheon is so large that I'm not sure how it hides down these small streets but it does. This is the site ...


A travel blog entry by matt81


... took hold in Rome, St. Peter's Basilica was built stripping much of the impressive marble and gold from the Roman Forums.

Even so, the sheer density and amount of ancient structures still left in Rome isn't like anything I have ever seen. The Romans invented concrete and used it to build some of the most impressive buildings of all antiquity. The massive Colisseum was thrown together in only 10 years. I think it will take the City of Victoria ...

When in Rome...(1 of 2)

A travel blog entry by bmurdo


... 6 acres and spans two football fields in length. WOW! This is one of the greatest architectural works in the world and most anticipated by Delia. It did not disappoint! Our timing was great as the sun was at a magic angle and cut through the windows of the dome, sending rays slicing through the space and illuminating sculptures and mosaics on the walls and floors. One observer wrote: "St. Peter's Basilica ...


This B&B, located on Via Libero Leonardi 145, Rome, is near Appia Antica, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), Capannelle, and Aqualand.
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