Margutta 54

Address: Via Margutta 54, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Villa Medici - Accademia di Francia a Roma, Via Margutta, Via del Babuino and around, and Lion Bookshop.
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Romans old and new

A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... is such that it wouldn't collapse.
Then Joanne went off to get root canal therapy and a filling.
Scott, Mikaela and Ashleigh then went off to the Colosseum. It was amazing! It is really cool to think that 2000 years ago people were in this structure that still stands today. It has held fierce battles and had occasional held water boat fights when it was filled with water. It faced massive earthquakes that damaged some of the ...

Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, etc.

A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 30, 2014

24 photos

... by the obligatory gelato which was indeed very good.

Next we were on our way to the Colosseum. We walked along Via dei Foro Imperiali, past the Colonna Traiana, the Foro Traiano and the Mercati Traianei.
We walked past the Roman Forum (part of which was being held up by massive hydraulic supports) and then there it was - the Coloscaffoldeum.
In truth, only the northern side was covered in scaffolding - the rest was there in all it's glory.

We had purchased ...

In Rome

A travel blog entry by ayayayaya on Sep 07, 2013

12 photos

... all about the magnificent monument!! Closely compares to my love of the Eiffel Tower! We also visited a Capuchin museum and Crypt where they have assembled the bones of 3700 monks and used them to decorate rooms - you need to see the pics, it was amazing! We're piking out of the "Tight and Bright" party tonight... there were more buckets on the menu, so we bought one to share and stayed in our room to play a good few rounds of ********, with Tanaya. It's 37 degrees ...


A travel blog entry by ccgoodall on Aug 27, 2013

3 photos

... Pompeii. We did get through the storm but the rain did follow us there but we were lucky to have a great guide & did not get too wet. Our guide Titsianna took us through this amazing city that was discovered under the ground and pointed out the various shops, houses, bathing areas and even evidence of a sliding door, ive gotta say the Romans were pretty savvy when they constructed cities and the brilliant acoustics of ...

Observe the silence

A travel blog entry by serinakoester on Jul 29, 2013

37 photos

... curtains murals covering the lower section of the chapel. Along the walls, marble benches were crowded with couples pointing along with their travel guides adding to the ten minute sound cycle.

When we reached the ready point, the remaining visitors were beginning to pour out towards the double-spiral staircase exit route. I debated on sending a postcard to my dad because the mail in Vatican ...