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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    Muma Mia, Roma

    A travel blog entry by moirsbetripin on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... for breakfast. Rome itself was really dirty, with rubbish all over the place, millions of cigarette butts everywhere and graffiti on EVERYTHING!

    Ancient Rome was interesting though, on Saturday we visited the Colosseum, the Roman forum, Pantheon and Trevi fountain. Some of the sights were pretty incredible, particularly the Colosseum, considering it was built between 70 and 80AD. A lot of the other areas just looked like piles of broken rocks. Sorry to all ...

    A day and night to remember

    A travel blog entry by ceseal on May 20, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... it was rebuilt after the 1908 earthquake and now is a crypt for local citizens who gave their lives in WWII.

    Finally, he took us to see the 12th C Norman Romanesque Cathedral, Treasury and adjoining Bell Tower. The bell tower was built in 1733 and houses what is believed to be the world’s largest and most mechanical clock. A roaring lion, a crowing rooster and numerous biblical figures spring into action at the stroke of noon. We ...

    All About Ancient Rome, Today!

    A travel blog entry by chris-phil-webb on May 03, 2014

    10 photos

    No aimless wandering today. We had a plan and we carried it out perfectly. However we baulked at standing in the queue for three and half hours at St Peters and walked away satisfied with just being there and seeing the outside. Last time we were in Rome in 1981 ( Bernie Quinlan won the Brownlow and Fitzroy was beaten by a few points in the first semi by Collingwood) I remember sitting on the ...

    Back in Roma!

    A travel blog entry by johs-wanderland on Jan 27, 2014

    18 photos

    ... appreciated the artwork inside a lot more. Then I thought - how much do we really know of the past and what certain places where used for? Everything in history is subjective to the individuals objective findings.. Just a thought.
    When our generation and time has past, I wonder what the successors of this land will think.

    Goes without saying that I headed back to my favourite Gelato place that had over 150 flavours. This time I had 4 scoops ...

    Naples – Not a Pickpocket in Sight

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 27, 2013

    41 photos

    ... Looking down from the heights of the Monastery, it is easy to understand why the ground on which it stands was so important to both the defender and the attacker. It offers an unobstructed view of the junction of the Liri and Rapido valleys on the road north to Rome. From there, the Germans were able to observe the valleys below and prevent any Allied advance on Rome. To make matters worse, the Germans had diverted some of the rivers to flood the valley ...