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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky House Rome
The place is okay although the kitchen does not have much facilities. The room is okay but a bit noisy. It is very near the Centrale station.
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The weather was not good and we were extremely tired. We went to Colosseo and Palatine Hill and then we went back to the B&B.
The house of Livia history
The House of Livia, also known as Livia’s House or Livia’s Villa, was the home of the third wife of Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire, and the mother of its second emperor, Tiberius.
Powerful and formidable, Livia was an important figure of Ancient Rome, a status she managed to maintain even after Augustus’s death. It even became treasonous to ...
... our hotel clerk told us to buy a bus ticket at a nearby newspaper stand and to walk back to the end of the street and hop on the 449. Simple enough, right? Nope. The bus nummber he told us to take wasn't listed on the bus stand, so we had to go ask directions from a tourist info guide, and he set us on the right path. Luckily enough we are really close to the train/bus station so we didn't have to walk far to get to the correct bus. BTW if we didn't live in a city ...
... St. Angelo. And, though it was mid-morning, there wasn't a line. The Fortress was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian (AD130-139), but it has quite a checkered past from being a papal residence, to storing massive reserves of food, water and wine, to holding prisoners and being the place for executions. There was also a covered walkway which allowed popes to be able walk between their residence and the Vatican. Today, it is also a museum for various exhibits.
... these into grand hall ways, floors, and ceilings. The art that was displayed was incredible. There were tapestries the size of a small house! (width and height).
We also found out that every Wednesday in June, July, and August the Pope greets his audience in St. Peter's square. Which is huge and round and not square (Geoff says lol). We were not able to see him because we didn't have tickets. We finally ended our tour in the Sistine Chapel. It ...