Sleeping Beauty Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleeping Beauty Guesthouse Rome
The sleeping beauty was a great place to stay!! You had your own fridge, DVDs you can watch, lots of tea/coffee provided, and great management!!!
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... at all. So we would stay above ground and just walk home. Then our senses kicked in after trudging for another 15 min, that perhaps we could encounter unsafe neighborhoods enroute at night (and possibly walk for 1hr including getting lost which happens often) and should hail a taxi near all these nice hotels to know they are a trusted taxi. Chris hailed a cab, I told him the address. Once we drove down Via Del Corso, we approached Republicca monument which is ...
... and we just walked right past the Carabinieri that were looking in bags. We found a nice, damp spot, listened to the music for a few minutes, and just took in with awe the massive size of the spectacle. We’re coming back on Tuesday to actually go into St. Peter’s, so not too long after arriving, we headed out.
We crossed over the Tiber, and headed into touristy Rome. We quickly ducked into a church and discovered ...
... with Paul following inches behind. Back to the apartment, the barking dogs (oh, did I mention the dog playdate park right next door to the joint? For those who know Paul, one of his pet hates (excuse the pun) is barking dogs. Thank the Lord that it was himself who chose this particular place as I never would have heard the end of it) and our Thai take away. Yep, first night in Roma and no pizza or pasta for these two little bunnies......we were both hanging out for Asian ...
... built around a room in St. Helena's imperial palace, Palazzo Sessoriano, which she adapted to a chapel around the year 320. Some decades later, the chapel was turned into a true basilica, called the Heleniana or Sessoriana. After falling into neglect, the church was restored by Pope Lucius II (1144-1145). In the occasion it assumed a Romanesque appearance, with a nave and two aisles, a belfry and a porch. The church was also modified in the 16th century, but it assumed its ...
... complete, we descend the stairs out the front and head in the direction of the Pantheon. Eventually we find our way through the winding streets and into the Pantheon. Anne missed this last time and peeked through the original bronze doors, today we are in for a surprise, the painting of the 'Weeping Madonna' is on display. On the roof, a space invader and hundreds of people all trying to get the best location for photos. Strange, all those phones, iPads and the cameras ...