Perseo B&B

Via Cipro 56, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Monte Mario area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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    Day 37 Rome

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the "social pecking order" for every one else. The games were free for all. At this point our guide had to hand us over to a guide employed by the Colosseum. With the Colosseum guide we were able to go down to the underground floor where the gladiators and animals entered the arena, & although unable to wander through it all you could see what a maze it was. The gladiators would have walked through the whole area in the pitch black apart from a small amount of ...

    The past year.

    A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Jan 30, 2014


    ... abroad application. Now this is something that people plan months, even years in advance. Not only is it a huge financial burden, finding classes and schools that transfer credits and all of that is a huge headache. In the end I got it all done, finished the semester with my highest GPA yet and now here I sit at 12:30am in Rome wondering how time goes by so quickly.

    As much as everyone says that my parents must be so proud to have a daughter willing to seek ...

    Day 3 in Rome, shopping in Via Del Corso

    A travel blog entry by martineswann on Sep 26, 2013

    13 photos

    ... the money the next day. Darryl had discovered Piazza Della Rotonda which was simply astonishing. At night you walk from these quaint old narrow streets into this huge square where there is this mind blowingly massive and beautiful pillared building surrounded by people and outdoor cafes and music. It was so beautiful. After an incredible day we taxied home (with just enough money) and straight to ...

    Our last day in Italy

    A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol on Aug 02, 2013

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... ago - what a small world.

    After we finsihed going through the Vatical Museum we then went into St Peters Bascilica which is truly inspiring and a huge awesome place. It certainly feels much more like a holy place due to the space and there being many less people. We walked around the church looking at the art work and wondering what stories and history the church holds.

    St. ...

    Roma, so much history...

    A travel blog entry by graceandgary on May 12, 2013

    18 photos

    ... animals were killed on the sands of the arena which held around 55,000 spectators. Emperors were known to hold celebrations where 10,000 animals were killed and 10,000 gladiators contested. Entry was free for the citizens but they were required to sit according to social rank from senators closest to the arena to the lowest classes high in the stands. You can still see the senators names carved into the marble where they would sit. Unfortunately for us ...