Piccolo Principe B&B

Address: Via Giovanni Giolitti 255, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Palazzo del Freddo, and Lupa Romana.
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    History's Most Powerful Empire

    A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Apr 24, 2015

    68 photos

    We spent 2 days together in Rome and I stayed an extra day. But by the time we got to Rome I got pretty sick and didn't have a lot of energy so unfortunately we didn't see everything. Although Rome was really cool, I liked the smaller Italian cities better, they gave off a more authentic feel.

    Friday we went to see the Altaure Della Patria, we climbed to the top and got to see an amazing view of the city. Since Caitlin had already been ...

    Rome in 30 degree heat!

    A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... stop at Colosseum and we were met by Jonathan the Brazilian sales man for small tours of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palentine! BINGO! The Italian guide was tricky to understand at first but once you got used to her accent things became a lot clearer, unlike the weather which seemed to just get hotter. It was lovely to hear her knowledge, especially if she stopped in the shade! Mild confusion as they shut the Colosseum doors, however ...

    Cinque Terre via Pisa and La Spezia

    A travel blog entry by hdianefraser on May 16, 2014

    9 photos

    Set our alarm clock for an early wake up and headed out on our next adventure! The itinerary was to travel from Florence to Pisa, change trains in Pisa and then again in La Spezia on our way to Riomaggiore, the first of the five villages in the Cinque Terre. Upon arrival in Riomaggiore we picked up our trail passes and hiked up the huge hill in town only to discover that ...

    Radical Rome

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 07, 2014

    39 photos

    ... its veins too. Apparently in their insecurity about building such an immense and untested structure, the Romans added far too much metal to the stonework than they needed too, and so the pillaging began. Davide had earlier told me that at some point after the Roman Emprie's collapse, no more than three thousand byzantines occupied this old city, more or less ignoring the ruins and pillaging anything they could get their hands on for building material.

    This ...

    When in Rome....

    A travel blog entry by jamurphy on Jul 23, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and feel privileged to have been able to pray at so many wonderful churches. I guess the Catholic in us has made us appreciate the belief that dates back so many years and although we question, perhaps it has given us some answers? In need of a coffee we made our way out of the Vatican City and headed towards the Pantheon. This has been the surprise of our time in Rome. A beautiful church in the middle of the piazza and it is free for all to visit. Raphael is buried ...