Casa vacanze Marino

Address: Via Montebello, 48, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Conclusion

A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 23, 2015

The Eternal City has had over 2700 years to grow and transform and you can literally see this as you explore the city. You may go for a jog by the Tiber and come across a filthy, hobo infested sewer and not even realize that you are looking at the Cloaca Maxima from the 6th century BCE. You might go shopping and not even realize that you are walking inside what was once an ancient stadium or that ...

St. Peter's, the Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums

A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... She points out the Holy Door that is only used in Holy Years as well as the Piazza San Pietro that is used on Sundays, and for religious festivals and special occasions when the Pope blesses the crowd from a balcony.

It is now gently raining as we listen to her and our group is quite keen to get inside. As we move inside, the first impression is one of size. St Peter's is enormous and claims to be the second largest bascillica in the world with the ...

Luggage

A travel blog entry by jen.shea on Jul 01, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... automated kiosk and headed for the track. On the way, a young couple asked in Italian if I spoke German. They were very happy when I said English, and I helped them with their ticket question. Soon enough I was on the train heading for Rome, and a very pleasant walk through bustling nighttime Rome led me back to hotel fiori. Everyone was asleep, but Jen woke up relieved to see me and the bag. What a crazy ended to an enjoyable and stressful first day in ...

Standing with Charlemagne

A travel blog entry by jrt6978 on May 23, 2014

28 photos

... with guards keeping you quite and stopping people from taking pictures. It was almost better that you couldn't take pictures because you simply got to take in the moment. To think that the ceiling is something that took years to paint is hard to wrap your head around. Even better I got the chance to teach some students about the history of the Chapel and the story being portrayed in the mural. Katie and I honestly didn't want to leave and just kept gazing up into ...

When in Rome ...

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 14, 2013

59 photos

... over my shoulder into the fountain and make a wish. This is a again a spectacular structure and you can see where the water over time has worn away the rock to take its own path. As there were so many people pushing to get to the front I went to the side of the fountain and it was lovely to just sit and watch from under my umbrella.

Next stop was the Spanish steps, I took the wrong road from the Trevi Fountain and so then had to take the long way to the Spanish steps ...

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