Le Suite Di Napoleone

Address: Via Napoleone III, 30, 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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    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 63 photos

    ... Armarni summer dress for $30? Me! Funny thing? The store smelt exactly like any old Vinnies; second hand clothes regardless of provenance have the same smell the world over!

    We set an alarm, determined to get to St. Peter's early. Our plan worked well and even though we got there within an hour of opening, there were still hundreds of people lined up. But not thousands! The line moved quickly and within 30 minutes we got through security ...

    Running in Rome

    A travel blog entry by calmckee on Apr 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and get some lunch (pizza). We of course got some more gelato and chilled along the road to the square and just bask in the sun. We noticed that there were more than a normal amount of policia and thy were roping a lot of places so we had to know what was going on. So we asked a officer what was happening and he asked if we were English. Saying yes he said your queen is coming. We didn't buy that for a second. We thought he was joking cause ...

    Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

    66 photos

    ... is" but you have to provide the transport. That being said most of the bones of the city still remain and if old ruins are your thing, then you can spend a full day here roaming the paved streets and imagining how it would have been two millennium ago.

    In its day, Ostia - its name derived from the Latin word for mouth - was at the mouth of the Tiber and provided Rome with an important gateway for vessels from all over the empire. Over the ...

    Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 24, 2013

    12 photos

    ... these corridors with crypts on either side and often one main one opposite the door. They were no longer buried here after about the 4th or 5th century, being buried then near churches. A lot of the vaults are now empty spaces because when they were rediscovered in the 1800s the marble covering each of the vaults was stolen. On these covers were frescoes, Christian symbols and poems.
    In one area were two skeletons that have been preserved. In another was the statue of St Cecilia ...


    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... dimensions. There is writing about a third of the way up around the walls which is over 5 foot tall !!! All the art with in is mosaic. After a short lunch break( gelato for Debbie) its on the bus to the Colloseum ... Built in 70AD and taking just 10 years to complete. It has recently been listed as one of the 10 wonders of the world Well this was way bigger than I had expected. It's huge. Interesting tour .... The Romans had tickets and numbered gate entrances, ...