Zanetti House

Address: Via Tasso 155, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | B&B
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A new year... starting in Rome!

A travel blog entry by brown_family on Jan 01, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

Well, I'm hoping to be better about blogging in the new year so you can all follow our journey (if you want!). We have been so busy getting settled in Toledo, planning our trip and seeing Europe! I was going to try and start from the beginning but it'll be easier to start now and work my way back.

We had a great start to 2015 by exploring Rome today! Started off with a walk down Emanuel II to Piazza Venezia and the Monument to ...

3rd Day in Rome: Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 13, 2014

34 photos

... surely helps in that... We had to go around the whole construction to finally find the entrance, close to where we were at the beginning. But it allowed us to see the huge construction made so many years ago. And, of course, take some pictures of it...

Finally we got inside, luckily there was a group visit in Spanish in 1h, but they allowed us to go to an special tickets seller, avoiding the long queue. ...

Rome: the last days

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

16 photos

... in an apartment outside Roma with his wife. Several times he pointed out to me that he was a driver, not the boss. His income is not high and so he and his wife live quietly, but this is normal for most Romans today. When I commented that in the quiet villages there seemed to be a great many carbinieri, or local police around. He told me that they were out catching drivers and avoiding criminals. When we saw several driving in the opposite direction he commented that it ...

Roming around Rome

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 05, 2014

5 photos

... evidence of where the place was burnt down after a fire. During the 16th century the Palazzo was built and as commonly done in Renaissance-era Rome, 16th-century builders filled in the ancient structures with landfill, using them as foundations for The Palazzo.

On my way here I called in at the Trevi Fountain to throw in a coin. It is huge. Very impressive. I ...

Rome goes to the top of the class!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 09, 2013

21 photos

... We walked back down the staircase to the "Fountain of the Ugly Boat", that sits at the bottom and headed for the Trevis Fountain.

Now I just expected this to be a large fountain in the middle of a square. Boy, was I wrong! It was a massive wall sculpture and to give you some idea of the scale, I am talking 50 metres wide and 26 metres high - just try to imagine this! Pick up an Olympic swimming pool and sit it on its length. It is ...