Le Suite Di Napoleone

Address: Via Napoleone III, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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    Rome

    A travel blog entry by cherylclo on May 07, 2015

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    ... of the open air bus! Off the bus I collapsed into a into a cafe for a (very expensive) lemon granita while Robyn and Bronwen walked backed to the hotel checking out a few shops on the way. It was still warm in the evening and we walked to the Trevi fountain area for dinner. The fountain is empty and covered with scaffolding as it is being restored. We had dinner in a very popular restaurant ...

    Climbing a volcano hey ?

    A travel blog entry by brockjh on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... and settle the nerves, the mountain is set against the dazzling backdrop of the Bay of Naples. After taking hundreds of pictures, we started our decent back down the volcano with our guide leading the way at all times, I hopped back aboard our coach for the short journey back to Piazza del Popolo. This journey was absolutely breathe taking the views were amazing and knowing you have climbed a mountain/volcano is a big deal! After today im going to need a big ...

    From the Colosseum to Capitoline to St. Peter's!

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on May 31, 2014

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    ... Trajan's column. We learned how it was built and the story behind the continuous sculptures on the column. It was incredible to learn how they constructed it in pieces (including the sculptures) and then layered them together, including a stairway with tiny holes for windows cut out for air and light. We all agreed that climbing that column would have only been for the brave! Once the tour was finished, Dani and I headed for some food and time to rest ...

    Last day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by sophiawurtz on May 24, 2014

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    ... shopping we went to one of the oldest coffee shops in Italy, Tazza D'Oro. It opened in 1946! I did not order any though because I am not a coffee drinker, but it was still pretty cool. After that we made our way back to our hotel to freshen up for a really nice, really big authentic Italian dinner. I has pasta and veal. It was very good. That dinner finished our time in Rome! It's sad to think we have to go but I am very excited to be going to Florence in the ...

    Domus Ecclesiae Santa Cecilia

    A travel blog entry by buonviaggi on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... home.



    Pope Urban l established the home of Santa Cecelia as a church in the 3rd century. Santa Cecelia is one of the twenty-five original house churches documented in the Synod of 499.



    An amazing work of art could be seen under the main altar of Santa Cecelia. In 1599, the body of Santa Cecelia was exhumed and found incorrupt. Renaissance sculptor Stefano Maderno captured ...