Metropolis B&B

Via Mattia Battistini,34, Rome, Lazio, 00167, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by hannabrowne


... by torch and you get the full experience. Turns out, no such tour exists. Even though we were disappointed, we still walked along the regular, over ground streets to the Vatican. We got there at nightfall, and sat down for 30 minutes, staring in awe. The size, detail, and history was amazing. We realized that we had been walking for hours on end, and would not make it back to our B & B at a reasonable hour, so for the first time in a month, I took a cab ...

Saying goodbye to Rome

A travel blog entry by neumannm


... to. We had a BBQ together and after, Bruno played guitar, and he's really good, and the others sang Italian songs (and some Beatles). The night before it was dinner with our good friends Cheryl and Fabrizio. We ate one of the best pizzas we've had in Italy, and discussed life in Italy and back in Canada. Saturday was pizza again ...

Rome by the Day

A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... sites (the Coliseum was the best site, but not necessarily the most enjoyable—more on that later). I flipped the classic coin into the fountain backwards, so I supposedly secured my return to Rome someday! We then headed to the Coliseum, but, since we wanted a guided tour, were only able to purchase tickets for the next day. We also visited a very large building nicknamed the typewriter by locals. Apparently they think it is ...

All Roads Lead to Rome

A travel blog entry by miles_to_go


... their dead, keeping the remains in pots or urns. In the 2nd century CE, as Christianity and Judaism began to overtake the pagan beliefs, cultural norms began to shift from cremation towards the burial of unburned remains. However, according to Roman law, no burials were allowed within the city walls. Enter: the catacombs. Lining the modern Via Appia Antica are churches and their catacombs, and they are a huge draw for ...

Ancient Romans

A travel blog entry by ostrowski


... off to the four points of the compass. The Palazzo Venezia is located here and is known for the balcony from which Mussolini badgered crowds in the square below.

We moved on to view the Foro Romano (Roman Forum) next. It was the heart of the Roman Empire for over 1,000 years. The monuments, over their 3,000 year history, had been built, rebuilt, moved, destroyed, adapted, plundered, or left to fall into ruin. ...


This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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