Il Tempio di Morfeo

Via di Montecristo, 4, Rome, Lazio, 00141, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via di Montecristo, 4, Rome, is near Vatican Museums, Capitoline Museum (Museo Capitolino), and Palazzo dei Conservatori.
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Exploring Rome

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 18, 2014

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Prior to lunch, we went to the Castel Sant' Angelo, which was the mausoleum that Emperor Hadrian commissioned for himself prior to his death as a way to outshine the burial monument erected for his predecessor, Emperor Augustus, located across the river. It was the tallest building in Rome for many years and this Castle had a various roles as a Roman fortress, prison and safekeeping of the Pope during a 7 month siege in the 1500s. We had an wonderful view of ...

Wine, food, old sights and more food

A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Aug 06, 2013

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... The heat was still 40 degrees so a siesta was in order again.

That afternoon was a guided tour of the Colosseum including its dungeons as well as the Roman Forum. This was so informative and Paul found it fascinating. Did you know it was actually called Flavian amphitheatre. The name colosseum came from the massive bronze statue of Nero that used to be next to it. A colossus, if you will. Also that our term arena comes from the Italian word for ...

Rome: Take 2

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Aug 02, 2013

... but I wanted to capture this so I sneakily got out my phone and took a picture. Unfortunately I hadn't turned the volume on my phone off so it made a loud "TAKING A PHOTO" sound and I jumped. I got embarrassed that I had done something naughty so quickly switched off my phone and left the crypt.

Next I headed towards the Colosseum and stumbled across the most amazing looking sandwiches on the way. The sandwiches were all made on thick bread. I'm talking thicker than ...

Exploring rome

A travel blog entry by mupebo on Jul 07, 2013

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... of water to rain in on this 1500 year old building. Seeing others getting drenched in seconds was a sight i will never forget. Next was a visit to my most anticipated ice cream shop in rome. A carnival of an ice cream shop, nothing like anything i had seen before. Over 150 flavours with the biggest portions ever, i was in heaven. Bounty, caramel, berry, chocolate were my flavours which were perfect, the only negative the cone, inedible tasting like cardboard, still ...

Roamin' Rome

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 29, 2013

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... happening. There was a crowd gathering, so we asked the first policeman we saw what was happening. He spoke no English whatsoever, but he did manage to say excitedly, “LA PAPA, LA PAPA!!” and point at the colosseum. My heart fluttered and my stomache jumped into my throat. We ran towards the crowd and pushed our way to the front. We were about 300 feet away and we waited for and hour and a half but it was worth it. WE SAW THE POPE! It is apparently an ancient ...