Address: Via Barletta 29, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, Castroni, and Trionfale Market.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Rome

          Colosseum and Palatine Hill

          A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 16, 2015

          ... main level, we could see below to the maze of walls, corridors, and spaces for the animals and slaves to be kept below the Colosseum floor. One thing we didn't realize was the use of elevator lifts and trapdoors to make animals and combatants appear and disappear. It is estimated the Colosseum contained some forty lifts or trapdoors.

          We also learned that ...

          Buonjiorno Roma

          A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas on Jan 06, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... train travel to Pompeii via Naples for Saturday having taken advantage of a 2 for 1 offer. We organised this upon arrival at the station, feeling that events at the Florence train station have put us in good stead for refining the art of ticket purchasing. Anyway it feels good to have earmarked that day and committed to going. This time it was a case of problem-free ticketing. I am bursting with anticipation to discover Ancient Rome ...

          Day 9: Roma Antica

          A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

          47 photos

          ... the time (Europe, Asia, Africa & America). The Egyptian obelisk in the middle is a unique reminder of how the Roman Empire blended the architecture of Greece, Egypt and the Renaissance. From here, we passed the Basilica of Neptune (possibly used as a support structure for the Pantheon) where you can spot scenes of dolphins and fish on some of the ancient remains. This is also where we learned the brick structures we see today is not how the Romans viewed these sites. Bricks ...

          A little step down in Rome

          A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

          78 photos

          It was difficult saying goodbye to Tom and Peggy and to our beautiful villa in Sorrento. Everyone was sad and teary-eyed the morning we left, even the villa's staff. We loaded our luggage into our taxi, gave everyone one last big hug, and headed to the Naples station where we took a short one hour train ride to Rome. After such an amazing and spoiled week with family and friends on the beautiful Sorrento coast, we were all feeling a little deflated, even though ...

          Et tu Bruno

          A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Oct 12, 2013

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... out of "Tuff", a volcanic rock. At 3pm, we are invited into see a film documentary about Necropolis. I love the Italians as I'm invited in as well - "et tu Bruno". I now know that the Etruscans inhabited Tuscany from about 700 yrs BC before being subdued by the Romans in 300 BC. A couple of dog treats and I'll give you the full history.

          Meanwhile Signora has passed the bug onto Signor.

          Next stop Rome.

          Bruno (Il cane)