Studio Montegiordano

Via di Montegiordano , Rome, Lazio, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located in the Ponte area of Rome, is near Dark Rome Tours & Walks, Jewish Roma Walking Tours, Chiesa Nuova, and Wonderfool.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Our last day in Florence & headed to Rome!

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 17, 2014

... and was eager to help, despite the fact he did not speak English. While Venice and Florence were fantastic for being able to speak English with pretty much everyone we crossed paths with, Rome was absolutely TERRIBLE for English and we relied on a lot of pointing and nodding. Luckily, we understood that the old man was telling us “underground”, so to mean the metro and then he wrote down a bunch of names and the then '4 stops’ ...

Papa Francesco

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 09, 2013

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... of the time. We also walked by a building which is now an official church but originally it was just a depository of sorts for the bones that would float out of the graves after the Tiber flooded - at least 3 times a year. Men were paid to collect the bones and finally, tiring of retreiving the bones over and over again, they began to nail them to the wall. You can still go to the crypt and view the "art work" made out of the bones. CREEPY. ...

Ancient Rome and Colosseum Tour

A travel blog entry by lkarabinus on Jun 26, 2013

1 comment, 46 photos

... events. It could accommodate 50,000 people. We were able to visit 3 levels.

Arch of Constantine: this arch marks one of the greatest turning points in history. In 312, Constantine defeated his rival Maxentius in the battle of Milvian Bridge. When Constantine became sole Emperor, he legalized Christianity.

The Roman Forum: this ...

To Rome

A travel blog entry by while on May 31, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... bring the food then the bill so I lose an hour. There's a massive line to get to the Colosseum, but I alternate zoning out and discreetly working my way in front of people when there's movement, and eventually get my ticket. The long lunch hour gave me time to read up on the Colosseum's history; it's had a lot of uses over the years. Interestingly it's only in as good shape as it is because a Pope decreed people had been martyred there (apparently not much supports this) and ...

Goodbye Pompeii, Hello Rome

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Dec 20, 2012

... more for walk ins than they do on accommodation booking websites. (Up to 30€ more!) nothing like getting ripped off for your attempts at being adventurous. We eventually came across an Internet cafe and booked a room out near Vatican City. Crisis averted, we made it to our room without the usual snapping and general crankiness that has marked our previously unorganised arrivals!! Maybe we're getting better at this.
Sightseeing tomorrow... Adam is rapt as you can imagine!! ...

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