Margutta 54

Via Margutta 54, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Condo
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Running in Rome

A travel blog entry by calmckee


... started at 10 at the Spanish steps. Was nice cause we were able to get our bearing and get around the city easier. With this tour she took us around to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona and then over to St. Pieters. Place was beautiful. Joined the line to go in and explore a little bit. Pictures don't do that place any justice which is why there is a lack of them. The sun was just coming out as we were leaving so we decided to stick around ...

Roman sights and walking

A travel blog entry by zerah

... of corse the Cistine chapel. Wow! ... No photos because a Japanese company owns all photo and filming rights to the Cistine chapel since they funded its restoration back in the 1980s, what a horrible but true joke. I saw a few people get arrested for taking photos.
My fourth day it rained all day and since I had an umbrella the hawker *******s left me alone somewhat. I visited the Pantheon, had some amazing gelato from Gelateria Del Teatro, ...

Italy - The land of Milk & Honey

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo


... of home, a beautiful swimming pool, and breakfasts with every imaginable food item a cyclist could ever want.

Thus setting the tone of the trip, our 3 days in Rome were filled with touring all of the usual sights - the ancient structures of the Roman Forum and the Coliseum; Trevi Fountain; the Vatican (St. Peter's Basilica); Navona Piazza with its awesome marble fountains and obelisks; Roman Pantheon; Victor Emmanuel Monument (war memorial) with ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by emilystanton


... br> The most visited landmark in Rome is the Colosseum. This is the place where the gladiators fought for their lives, where beasts were slaughtered, and where Romans came for their daily entertainment. This arena is huge. In its prime, fifty thousand people could fit in the arena. It could be filled to capacity and emptied in ten minutes because of the intricate stair systems. When the people in ancient times would go to enter the arena for the ...

Trevi Fountain...Spanish Steps...Gelato...

A travel blog entry by angusjohn


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After the steps we got back on our bus and made our way out of Rome to our hotel, where we checked in and immediately met for dinner. Our first meal together: anti-pasta…bruschetta…bread …and more bread…pizza…lasagne…s alad…and tiramisu…good stuff!
Getting people to bed was not a difficult task, as the majority of us were running on between 2 – 4 hours of sleep since Thursday!

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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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