Popolo Square Apartments

Piazza del Popolo area, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Condo
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When in Rome.......

A travel blog entry by jbrodbeck


... one of the little squares with a fountain that seems to be a meeting spot for families had a tent set up with a long line of people that was still there when we came back through later that night. Found a nice restaurant with some lovely patient waiters who put up with our strange language attempts. We have been ok with our communication and the Italians are very accommodating.

We we ...

Going to the Pope's place

A travel blog entry by marioz

... it was really amazing to see. There was this man saying shush every few seconds but it is pretty hard to keep that many people in one room quiet. A bit like school really. We stayed there looking at the paintings for about half an hour before heading into St Peters Basilica.

The detail and the sculptures in the Basilica were amazing and we even saw some God rays of light in some of the windows and ...

A boring day on a train.

A travel blog entry by rowan26

... I went on my dads iPad. When we got there we got a taxi to our apartment. After that we went out and saw a street artist painting pictures of the colosseum. We did a bit of looking around and then went to bed and that's it in the most simple way ...

No matter how far or how wide I Rome...

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee


... today - no wonder my joints are aching or maybe it's the fact that it rained all bloody day!

Frederico, the owner of the apartment, suggested going to 'Francesco' restaurant just around the corner. There was a queue so we put our name on the list and waited our turn - now I know what it's like to be unconnected at Porteno and Bodega! Eventually we got to our table where we dined Italian style with all the courses including a good bottle of red. ...

A Holy morning and sunset along the Tiber river

A travel blog entry by aj.delacova


... a few shots with my iPhone (discreetly as possible). It is truly an amazing room. Like I said before, the Pope commissioned Michelangelo in 1506 to paint the Chapel and he originally refused. The Pope then assigned him to do it, no exception. He was not a painter, but a master sculpture artist. It took him four years and he did it in complete solace. He didn't want anyone to see it or help him throughout the entire process. Rafaello did sneak a ...


This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Donnardea, cantina vigneti e giardini and Odisseo.
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