Cuscino E Cappuccino

Address: Via Vespasiano 9, Rome, Lazio, 192, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro), La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, and Italy With Us.
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    Casa di Livia, ancient apartment remains, Palatine

    A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on May 21, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Livia. Robert Graves memorably portrayed the figure of Livia in his I Claudius series.

    Set on the Palatine Hill, Ancient Rome’s most desirable location, the House of Livia is currently being excavated by the Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma and so is usually only accessible by prior appointment.

    This apartment was also beautiful, but seemed more luxurious in parts, than Casa di Augusta.

    The Heart of Rome

    A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Dec 28, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... of the Steps was relly nice.

    By this time we were pooped, and we were getting hungry so we decided to make our way back to the hotel and get some food on the way. When we got back, and after we had called our families, Laura looked up how far the Vatican was from us (about 4 miles) and we figure all together we probably walked at least 7 miles or more on our first real outing in Rome. It was an unforgettable day. Tomorrow we're off to the Coliseum! Stay tuned!

    Neither a Sculptor nor a Gladiator be......

    A travel blog entry by tomfillingim on Aug 12, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    We spent the past few days visiting the Borghese Gallery, riding an open top tour bus to see what, if anything, we missed while here (didn't miss anything), and the Colosseum along with the Roman Forum, Circus Maximus (think Chariot races) and Palatine Hill.

    Our visit to the Borghese Gallery was limited to a 2 hour time span. They are very rigid about the time when you can visit and that nothing can be brought into the museum. ...

    Day 19 (Rome)

    A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 17, 2014

    11 photos

    ... lives during that time. The guide was really good and told us all about the men and animals who fought in the arena and how many died etc. as well as about the architecture and life back in those times. By the time we finished and had 30mins to wander alone before we met up for our second tour it was absolutely pouring with rain. There are gypsies everywhere here and they're mostly annoying trying to sell you ...

    Sightseeing Superpowers

    A travel blog entry by onourway on Aug 16, 2013

    6 photos

    ... sidewalk viewing platforms surrounding the site. While we are both huge fans and supporters of museums, which often do a fantastic job of displaying artifacts and teaching guests about the history of a time and place, there is something particularly cool about seeing ancient things where they've been uncovered. It feels like a split in time is opened to reveal things just as they were, the closest connection you can ever have with the people who used to frequent that space ...