Popolo Square Apartments

Piazza del Popolo area, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 8 Topdeck Tour - When in Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... what the locals were doing with their bus tickets so we didn’t pay for the bus even though we had tickets that were given to us by Sarah. We got off at the right stop and saw a few people from the other bus and from our group. We unfortunately lost them fairly quickly in the crowds of people. There didn’t seem to be a big queue of tickets going into the colosseum but we remembered Sarah giving us advice to go to another ticket stand at the entrance of Palatine Hill as there ...

Seventy-five Mile Hike in Nine Days... What Fun

A travel blog entry by raymond52


... and tells us that he will pick up the luggage from the place we have spent the night and deliver it to the next stop on our tour. It’s our job to get ourselves to the next place.

Despite my concern, our eight days of hiking turn into quite an adventure. Europeans love to hike and the Italians have hiking paths all over Tuscany. One morning we are getting ready for our daily adventure when we spot a group of European hikers preparing for the day. ...

Rome - day I

A travel blog entry by rachbeat


... young hopefuls waiting to be chosen as artists models in the 19th century. Also known as the French steps as the steps lead to French church of Trinita dei Monti. At the bottom of the Spanish steps lies a street laden with high street shops like Gucci, Hugo Boss, Valantino etc Just down the road from the Spanish steps is the piazza del popolo which is an oval shaped meeting of various roads. It was laid out by Pope Paul III to make an impressive entrance to the city. There is ...

3 days in Rome

A travel blog entry by samplum


... us about Roman history. I need to add Roman history to my wonder list. Maybe someone could write it in my big scrapbook when you get back to school. The colosseum is incredible. I'll post some photos. The most interesting thing for me was the maze of tunnels underneath what used to be the floor. It was where the animals were kept and raised up to fight. The floor was gone but it used to be wood with a layer ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... using only spray paint. We kept moving through Roma, passed the Colosseum and the ruins again, crossing the city almost in its entirety, to reach our next destination: The Scala Santa. The Scala Santa, or Holy Steps are located in the Piazza San Giovanni in Laterno. The steps were brought to Rome from Jerusalem in the 4th Century by Helen, the wife of Constantine. These steps are said to be the ones that Jesus walked up to his trial with Pontius Pilate during the Passion. The ...


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