Relais Rome Sweet Home Navona

Address: Via Dei Barbieri 18, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Angel Tours Rome, Area Sacra, Fontana delle Tartarughe, and Piazza Farnese.
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        The last days of Rome

        A travel blog entry by ozvere on May 17, 2015

        3 comments, 26 photos

        ... of slaves, gladiators, criminals and other sundry unfortunates lost their lives therein (possibly as many as 500,000). 20 species of animals were made extinct and over one million wild animals were killed. Each of the 76 entrances for the plebs (+4 more for the Emperor and Senators), passageways and seats (free) were numbered and tickets, in the form of numbered pottery shards, were issued to assign the estimated 55,000 yelling, screaming ...

        The battle to give a crap

        A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 01, 2015


        ... rooms, lines will be longer. But being in a place where it's warm enough to be outside has been a totally different experience. Everything just feels more.. alive. When it's cold out, you can still see everything, and it's certainly easier to get around and a lot of things are cheaper, but it just doesn't have the same feeling

        -Feeling the sunlight on your skin, breathing in the warm air and watching the palm trees sway in the gentle breeze ...

        Ancient Rome today...Colosseum and Roman Forum

        A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 12, 2014

        18 photos

        ... a small opening might appear. since we were spending 3 hours with Sarah at the Colosseum and Forum we thought a break was in order to make the marathon.

        We met at the Arch of Constantine which marks one of the great turning points in history, the military coup in A.D. 312 that made Christianity main stream. The carvings tell the story.

        We spent about an hour in the immense Colosseum trying to absorb all the historical facts ...


        A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

        2 photos

        ... other than to crawl across the road to my fave restaurant for some food (the waiter said I looked like Kate Middleton. Win). (No he wasn't blind). I met a group of girls (from Oxford, no less) who I knew immediately were "my type of girls" and we proceeded to get blind drunk 3 nights on the trot, interspersing beers and cocktails only briefly with a few hours sleep of a night and a couple of days laid out in Villa Borgese, the only place you'll find grass in ...

        Rome, We Made It

        A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jun 23, 2014

        2 photos

        What a very long day of walking and looking.

        We started at the Colosseum with a guided tour. We went in thru gate #57, a gate where the regular people would have entered. The games were free but people had to have a ticket to enter; a ticket showing which gate (status based) they would enter.

        We were always walking: down the long entry corridor, up 4 flights of steep stairs, around the upper level, down the stairs to the lower level. The sun was ...