Agriturismo Al Giovenzano

Address: Localita Vado del Marmo, Rome, Lazio, 00020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Campitelli area of Rome, is near Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio, and Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.
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    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 21, 2014

    ... downstairs. After about 3 minutes there we decided to get ice cream instead, because ice cream. We went back to the amazing shop near the hostel with complicated flavours listed only in Italian. I managed to order a cone (which had chocolate in the bottom) and 3 scoops - cookies n cream, peach and a cherry vanilla swirl. Ice cream always beats bars. We returned to the room and watched the first half of We're the Millers, checked the time of our flight tomorrow and went to ...

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    A travel blog entry by sonpow on Nov 26, 2013

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    ... It took over an hour to wake them up and even then the poor sausages were still so tired they would lie back down and fall asleep again every time I turned around. Once everyone was awake again, we went out to dinner at a place recommended by Lorenza (the lady who owns the B&B). I had gone there earlier in the day and tried to book a table for the evening with the owner. That sort of went ok until I couldn't remember how to say "tonight" so I muddled around saying ...

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    A travel blog entry by mltrustgod on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... place in Ancient Rome. Also, many temples to gods were located here. Today these ruins are restored or turned into churches. Everywhere are churches, over 900 in Rome. I haven,t seen any that aren't Roman Catholic. At 3 pm we begin a tour of Catacombs. There are now over 11 known. We visit Domitilla Catacombs, over 150,000 crypts here. Basically, these underground areas were dug out tunnels with areas for single bodies, families, some with frescoes painted on walls, ...

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    A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 18, 2013

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    ... us around the arena and the hypogeum underneath, before walking the old steps up to the 3rd floor overlooking where the sand arena would once have sprawled. She informed us about trap doors where animals were brought to fight and where the gladiators would have been held before the events. She described how its official name was not the Colosseum at all, instead it is known as the 'Flavian Amphitheater'. It was an awesome feeling to see this place finally after it featuring ...

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    A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on Jun 07, 2013

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    ... of the marble from the Colosseum and putting it in St Peter's. The Colosseum includes a series of pulleys and elevators that was built in the year 100 to lift heavy objects from the basements to ground level. Pretty impressive for a culture that didn't have electricity or modern machinery. Man and horse power were the engines for these. Even now with only about 1/3 of it still standing it is an impressive ...

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