Trastevere Apartments

Trastevere Area, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | 3 star condo
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Exploring Rome

A travel blog entry by odlozinski

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... is huge (30 meters high, 4 meters in diameter) with detailed carvings depicting Aurelius' victories in battle.

Further along our Jonah-guided walking tour, we saw the Trevi fountain and we all threw a coin with our right hand over our left shoulder into the fountain, in keeping with the legend that this would ensure we visit Rome again one day. We then climbed Europe's widest outdoor stairway; 135 steps at the Scalinata della Triniti dei Monte - or Spanish ...

Day 7 Top decktour - Orvieto and Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw

15

... lit up. Was closed already which was good as there was no crowds and we all crowded in for photos.

Was getting late so we caught the metro back. Was the most confused I had been yet. Fortunately Joel got it and could explain it slowly to me. Was important to get it as we needed to get home tomorrow by ourselves. We had to get two trains, then a bus and get off at the right station. Was freezing when we got home and we turned on our heaters and had an early night.

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Roma - Day one

A travel blog entry by graffy

9

... than the roof of St Peters.

After the Vatican we travelled on to Trevi Fontana which was nice, lots of people around and a nice area with little shops and some nice restaraunts.

Both pretty buggered after another long day, still waking up at around 0200hrs every morning and struggling to get back to sleep. I'm sure by the time I get a proper sleep we will be leaving Italy and will have to readjust time zones again!
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With the Bruce-Moores in Rome

A travel blog entry by soperclan

8

... instead only to find that it had closed early! Isobel came with us to visit the Panthéon (open this time) while the others headed home.

Next morning we were at the Colosseum early and beat the queues and the crowds to be all done by about 11am. Even seeing the Colosseum a second was awe-inspiring. The sheer size and scale of it is hard to believe. While the arenas in Arles and Nîmes may have been better preserved (or restored) they were nowhere near the ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini

26

... of time before we had to leave for the airport. Claire, Halley and I went back to the Roman ruins and went inside to check them out. They were pretty cool, but there were no signs letting you know exactly what you were looking at. If I ever go back, I’m for sure getting a tour. We met up with our friends Kelsey and Marlo, who are both studying in Rome for the semester. We got a nice Pizza lunch and our last serving of gelato for the week. It was good to see Marlo and Kelsey, ...

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Location

This 3 star condo, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), Fontana dei Tritoni, Teatro di Marcello, and San Pietro in Carcere.
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