La Stella di Roma B&B

Via Licia, 19 - int. 19, Rome, Lazio, 00183 , Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by stef5353


... s characteristic form of a sinking ship. The fountain recalls the historic flood of the River Tiber in 1598 and refers to a folk legend whereby a fishing boat carried away by the flood was found at this spot. From Piazza Spagna we moved on to the Trevi Fountain the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome and is situated at the end of the Aqua Virgo, an aqueduct constructed in 19BC. The original Trevi ...

Roma - Day one

A travel blog entry by graffy


... than the roof of St Peters.

After the Vatican we travelled on to Trevi Fontana which was nice, lots of people around and a nice area with little shops and some nice restaraunts.

Both pretty buggered after another long day, still waking up at around 0200hrs every morning and struggling to get back to sleep. I'm sure by the time I get a proper sleep we will be leaving Italy and will have to readjust time zones again!

So many places ... and so much more to see

A travel blog entry by afahrni


... West and were starting to wonder how we would ever find our hotel. There was a tight bend in the cobble street and BOOM - there was the Fontana di Trevi! It was meant to be! We had given up on this and were trying to find our hotel:) Tradition says if you throw a coin into the fountain, you are sure to return to Rome! Keana threw that coin in with a HUGE smile on her face. Our guide from earlier warned us about beggars and ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by glares.travels


... We tossed our coins in, with the hope of one day returning to Rome.

Loren was keen on finding the Spanish Steps which were apparently not too far away. I used the sun and a watch to orient the map (no kidding!) and got us headed in the right direction. Dean took over the lead, using the more traditional landmarks on map method and eventually we got there in a not too round about way! The Steps were even ...

Touring Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by thowell12

... Olympian Gods which is now a Christian Church dedicated to the Madonnas and all martyrs. It contains the largest dome in the world - the diameter of the hall and therefore also the dome is 43.3m & is exactly equal to the greatest height of the building); and of course the Trevi fountain ( where we had to go along with legend & toss a coin in - with your right hand over your left shoulder). I got it - my Italian handbag! With only 10 minutes @ the Trevi fountain, ...

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