Residenza Lucina

Address: Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via del Corso, East of Via del Corso, Nuovo Olimpia, and Ceramiche Musa.
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      A Gladiator on Every Corner

      A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 12, 2014

      6 photos

      ... millions of visitors, there would be lots of toilets and they would be cleaned regularly...nope! My standards have been readjusted now and I'm just happy if there is a toilet. Who cares if they're clean or flush.

      We continued on to the Basilica and St Peters square. Rome is such an amazing place and we were really just scratching the surface. The tour guide took us on a bit of a whirlwind tour but there just ...

      A day and night to remember

      A travel blog entry by ceseal on May 20, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      Messina, Italy on the Island of Sicily- Day 9-Sunday, May 18, 2014

      And the answer is…Barbies's last name is Roberts!

      Over many centuries, Messina was conquered, destroyed and then rebuilt over and over again by powers who wanted to control the Mediterranean. In 493 BC, the Greeks transformed the town into a city and made it quite prosperous. After it was sacked and rebuilt many times, the Normans took over and it remained under Spanish ...

      Day 19 - Rome

      A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 10, 2013

      1 comment, 59 photos

      ... plague that was decimating the people. The fortress was renamed Castel Sant’ Angelo in honour of this event. In the 14th century it was once again converted, this time into a castle and a prison. Pope Nicholas III had the castle connected to St Peter’s Basilica by a fortified passageway. Pope Clement VII hid here during the Sack of Rome in 1527. Today the castle is the National Castel Sant’ Angelo Museum. The statue on the roof represents the angel from the ...

      Italy - Rome

      A travel blog entry by stephjames on Sep 20, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... Saturday we did a food tour. It was pretty pricey but worth it. It was 4 1/2 hours of eating. We had coffee, cornettos (Italian crossiants pumped full of Nutella), tiramisu, cannoli, buffalo mozzarella, tomatoes, meats, cheeses, raspberries, melon and prosciutto (together, gross), 4 types of pizza, 3 types of pasta, vino, bread, and finally gelato. Very. Very. Full. It was good hearing all about where the foods are from and how it originated. There was only four of ...

      City Sights

      A travel blog entry by coiafamilyoe on Jul 12, 2013

      17 photos

      ... with the phone - what a relief! Very lucky.

      So we went back to the hotel for a bit of a rest then later that night jumped on the bus to see the Castel Sant'Angelo which is a fascinating castle by the Tiber river. After a bit of exploring we just caught the last bus back to near where were staying and had tea at a trattoria - more pizza and pasta! ...