Perseo B&B

Address: 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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      Statues, paintings, and churches, oh my

      A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 11, 2014

      2 comments

      ... museum at this time. Her description of the paintings and frescos was awesome. We toured the summer wing first and then the winter home of the Pope. Beautiful tapestries that have survived 100's of years lined the walls. .
      Then on to the Sisteen Chapel. The crowds now are enormous. Maneuvering through was a challenge. Sara said just sharpen your elbows! Before going into the chapel she gave us an extensive explanation ...

      Day 81 Rome day 2 - hadrians villa.

      A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Jun 24, 2014

      97 photos

      ... drank and talked, made some new friends and drank some more, then watched the games. Later everyone meet on the street and we headed to the bus station at termini station. Here i decided to leave, as it was now 11.45pm, i had a big day the next day planned and it was a 30 minute trip by bus to the next pub and i needed to use the rest rooms. So i left the group, headed over the road to the maccas, used the rest rooms and headed back to the hostel and went to bed.
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      When in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by danicasteele on Mar 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... actually is NOT). We got to the Colosseum and waited in line for not too long and then went in to explore ourselves. That place is pretty incredible when you consider how many people have died there. It is really hard to believe as you walk through it how privileged we are and how many people suffered years before us. It was a surreal experience but a very educational one at that. After the Colosseum we decided to go grab a bite ...

      When in Rome...

      A travel blog entry by timothy.phelps on Dec 08, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the arena and thinking about how many people it would have held, imagining it as a roaring crowd of people watching the display of barbarism and murder, playing a scenario in your head about gladiators and slaves and lions fighting and dying in the oval below. Absolutely amazing.















      Just west of the Colosseum was the Roman Forum, ...

      Rome

      A travel blog entry by makkah on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... in alcoves here and there, what I did find strange was the rows of seating, well the lack of it I should say considering its size there were little, I wonder if the general public is allowed to come for mass on Sunday or was it only for the wealthy, outside there was enough seating for an army but then who wants sit outside in the cold and wet. In an adjoining rooms there were a number of confessionals where confessions were being heard in different languages, the thought ...