Relais Rome Sweet Home Trastevere

Address: Viale Trastevere 70, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Santa Maria in Trastevere, Porta Portese, San Francesco d'Assisi a Ripa, and Sky Tours Rome.
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    Bodies & Bones

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... my visit there I thought that was vandalism on a grand scale. Today however Sara pointed out that a large earthquake had greatly damaged the Colosseum and that was why materials were taken from there. Hmmm! By the time we came out Sue and Phil had had enough and decided to pass on the afternoon tour. I think they just wanted to go back to the hotel and collapse but I convinced them to come with me to the Piazza Barberini where my next tour started so we could have ...


    A travel blog entry by dbenton on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... he was leaving, told them to bring their moms to the station to pick up their clothes. Needless to say his Italian momma was not happy. Of course they resumed swimming in the fountain, they just hid their clothes first so the cop couldn't take them! He told us how gelato was founded in Sicily so this gelato shop makes it from the old recipe of ice and fruit that is in season. I had pear, blackberry, and pineapple and yes it was that good. As we ...

    Roma today

    A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... now a basilica. It's dome was open to the rain and what an amazing feat of engineering. Firstly the dome, then the monolithic columns outside that came from Egypt. Each granite column weighs 54 tonnes and was brought by ship from Egypt, then transported up the Tiber river then rolled into place and lifted by slaves to the upright position. We were very lucky that it rained because most of the tourists had disappeared. It was quite straight forward to walk from ...

    A Beautiful Day in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by tknoepke on Mar 24, 2013

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    ... to Villa Borghese. I had lunch in the grass, enjoying my sandwich while I read some Tacitus. From there, I wandered down to my favorite coffee shop, Tazza d'Oro near the Pantheon and then all around the backstreets near Piazza Navona. I finished with a quiet visit to Sant'Ignazio church. Utterly breath-taking! I could spend hours just staring up at the ceiling ...

    On the move

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Aug 03, 2012

    ... inside the world's most famous cathedral.

    Inside St. Peter's, silence hung in the air for a moment while we mentally gathered ourselves. I'm not the most religious person out there, but when you step inside the Basilica, shock waves roll through your body. This place has been a center of influence for hundreds of years, for political and religious reasons alike. Whatever the case, walking along the finely crafted and polished marble floors while gazing upon ...