B&B Laocoonte

Address: Via Francesco Caracciolo 10, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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    All roads lead to...

    A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the pasta section to enjoy for lunch. After our wine was brought out we were chatting away when we suddenly realised the time, if we didn't leave in the next 15 mins, we weren't going to make it in time for the tour! We called our waiter over and asked if it would be too late to cancel our mains. He checked with the chef and then brought out our entrees and the bill. We scoffed, paid, left and jumped in the first taxi that we saw.

    The tour for the afternoon included ...

    Fourth Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by rachel_james147 on May 24, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    Today was our last day in Rome. The city is amazing and we all wanted to walk around the streets some more and visit some of the sights we really liked. Because it was a laid back day we got to sleep in a little longer before getting on the Metro and walking to the Jewish Ghetto, which had pretty domes and ruins. After ...

    Rome: the last days

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... quite beautiful. The church was completely remodelled on the inside by someone famous (I missed his name. He went on to do some highly ornate and important buildings in Russia, including St Petersburg,) This church was the only one he built outside Russia and it was kept very simple and it is quite serene. It is called white but it is more icy than just plain white. The main buildings can go back as far as the 11century, but there was a great deal of work done in the ...

    Gypsies, Con Artists and Centurions

    A travel blog entry by courtneyandjosh on Jan 04, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... Palatine Hill. To get off the viewing area, we had to walk down this winding staircase. I headed down the stairs while Josh snapped a few more photos. On my way down I passed three big, buff guys dressed like Centurion soldiers. When I got down the stairs I looked up and saw one solider guy taking a photo of an older man and woman and another was standing in the photo. It was very clear that the man didn't want him in the photo and was saying "no, no" over and ...


    A travel blog entry by vveurope on Aug 18, 2012

    16 photos

    ... a lot of steps. We of course went up them then continued on our way because we didn't know what else to do there. Fun Fact #1: the Spanish steps were designed by the Italians, built by the French and are in Italy and yet they are called the SPANISH steps - not sure how they got the credit. But they were actually built to make access to the church easier - a total of 138 steps from top to bottom. After we finished with the giant staircase we thought we would try to find the cemetery ...