Via Ettore Giovenale 3, Rome, Lazio, 00176, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by rome_aq


... saw San Saba which is a 6th century church built by Palestinian monks. It's a basilica style, with Cosmoti floors, and features frescos. We then headed to the Baths of Caracalla. Because it costed money to go in Dr. Connell just explained it from the outside. I would like to go back and go inside. It featured huge, vaulted rooms, gardens, galleries, and libraries. Many of the statues in museums ...


A travel blog entry by ccgoodall


... wow what a structure !! Looked at the old city at a lookout went to Navona square then stop for lunch. The Pantheon, Trevi steps & finish back at the Spanish steps .......what a day !!! All these sights in a day is only possible if you private guide it......if you go to the colosseum on your own you'll wait in the queue to get get tickets for over 2.5hrs. Tomorrow we are off to Pompeii for another big day. Cate ...

Prostitutes and the Pantheon

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206


... of st Ignatius. The streets are all cobblestones and everywhere you look there is an interesting vista to look at.

The walking tour ended at the Mangrovia restaurant. We had a crazy 5 course meal if ravioli, fresh salmon, chicken cacciatore, prosciutto and salad, and gelato. There was singing and dancing and crazy Italian waiters throwing parmesan cheese about and pinching guests on the butt. There was a guitar player and a man ...

Beautiful Rome

A travel blog entry by kiwicruisers


... home. Goodbye Rome, we absolutely loved it here and are sad to be leaving. An hours drive to the port and on the way we see prostitutes on the main highway. We are not really sure why or how they get any business as most cars are travelling at 130kph and there is nowhere for them to stop. Finally we get the first look at the is huge...magnificent...white....words can't describe It really. Embarkation was easy & quick, our rooms were ready so up we go. The rooms ...

When in Rome.....Part 1

A travel blog entry by philwill14


... excavations, and we were amazed to see how much more there was spread around the city. We cruised down several of the main shopping streets, which had the fresh smell of leather at the thousand and one bag and shoe shops, and quite by accident ended up at the famous Trevi fountains with a few thousand others ha ha. We did the whole toss a coin and make a wish, and then sat and marvelled at the great sculptures that adorned the fountain and played ...


This hotel, located on Via Ettore Giovenale 3, Rome, is near Quirinale, Castelluccio, Roman Walls, and Esquiline.
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