No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rome
... went past the Quirinal Palace, the official residence of the President of Italy. There were many guards outside blocking the road, suggesting that someone very important is leaving the palace, perhaps the president but we didn't get a glimpse of it. The initial impression when we reach the fountain was horrible. The crowd was overwhelming, people squeezing their way through to take pictures, others trying to throw the coin backwards into the fountain to make a wish. One guy next ...
... among busy streets and larger buildings. Everything manages to feel “old” here, while still feeling new and clean - cobblestone streets, antique lampposts, ornate brickwork and doorways, and columns everywhere!
Further along, we came to the Altare della Patria (the Victor Emmanuel monument - though we didn’t know what it was at the time!) – what many locals call “the wedding cake”. After that we stopped for a look ...
... and the window laches. We walked up a block to the next street where there is a building designed by Gaudi it's called La Pedrera and it's very different from the house we have just seen. It is all curved with an incredible roof with statuesque shape that stand on the roof and beautiful organic, artistic, wrought iron balcony's that are fantastic. After that we hopped on the bus and went to the Old Spanish Village, it houses studios and shops where arts and artisan work, ...
... Italy begging and if you don't give they are likely to take so you need to be careful. Bought some leather there as you do and gold but didn't get the gold. Drove past st Paul's well which is a town built on hill surrounded by cliffs. The popes escape to here when they are under attack in Rome. It is a very deep well. Got to Rome and did a walking ...
... the Vittorio Emmanuel II monument, a vast white edifice like the Shrine on steroids and complete with winged chariots on top. By the time we climb all the stairs, it has not only got colder but is raining. We take the Metro back, still not having explored the Forum and Palatine! Dinner at the little restaurant round the corner. It is nothing pretentious and the waiter is ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsMartina House Rome
Great place to stay, behind via Veneto, two squares from USA embassy, good furniture, nice building. You must arrive before 9 pm.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.