Bed & Breakfast Brancaccio

Address: Via dello Statuto 44-18, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Esquilino area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Parco di Colle Oppio.
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      Travel Blogs from Rome

      Attention fellow garden nerds, I found Spring!

      A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Apr 03, 2015

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      Vienna has not had a winter as cold or snowy as my friends and family in the eastern U.S. What we have had has been consistently cool, hovering around freezing, and often gray. I don't believe our temperatures have gone above the mid-sixties since early in November. I was feeling a little jealous that Tim was going to spend three weeks in March in tropical heat; one week in Vietnam and two in Mumbai. So, it seemed necessary for me to hop a flight to Rome for a ...

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      ... into the underground. Belief in resurrection meant they couldn't cremate their corpses as was customary of the time and the Romans refused burial within the city walls. When Christianity was legalised in Rome in the late 4th century burial in this way was abolished. Hardly any bodies exist anymore but they have counted up to 150,000 tombs in this site. This was one catacomb we visited and more than 30 catacombs have been uncovered all across Rome. The anthropologist in Jac ...

      Pope Francis greets the multitudes

      A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 18, 2014

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      ... seemed to have cleared so we headed to the Vatican and managed to get skip the line tickets that would allow us to see the Sistine Chapel again. The crowds were fierce but it is always worth it to see this amazing work of art. After the Chapel we headed out for lunch and then to my favorite, the Ponte Sant'Angelo and the Bridge of Angels.

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      ... was lots of blood and guts, I was glad Johan got me to watch gladiator, since I felt it come alive. I also learned an interesting fact about blood in the Coliseum - human bloodshed from the gladiators used to be mopped up with a sponge by money-making men after games and then rung out to bottle and sell. This blood was considered a hot commodity, believed to have healing proprieties for epilepsy when ingested...

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