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Address: Via Rasella 131, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Fontana del Tritone, Piazza Barberini, Il Gelato di San Crispino, and Teatro Sistina.
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        A travel blog entry by scrubba on Sep 18, 2015

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... and didn't want to surpass the size. The bronze canopy over the altar is seven stories tall. The black lettering on gold that circles the interior of the church is 7' tall. The cupids close to the floor are 5' tall. The lower statues in the wall coves are 10' tall and to keep the proportions, the upper statues in the coves are 20' tall with the statues flanking them in the corners 30' long. There is also the work that made Michelangelo famous as a sculptor, ...

        A Night in Roma

        A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 15, 2014

        ... to sleep so we left and went back upstairs. I then decided maybe my room may be safe so I knocked on the door. As it turns out they were still hard at work so (Being a nice guy) I left again. After sitting in the hallway for another hour I was greeted by the people coming back from town. One of them from our room. We knocked on the door and fed up with the cold hallway we both entered and put a stop to their night time escapades. (We were staying 5 to a ...

        Day 54 - Rome

        A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 26, 2014

        7 photos

        ... his successor and heir Titus. Further modifications were made during the reign of Domitian (81–96). These three emperors are known as the Flavian dynasty, and the amphitheatre was named in Latin for its association with their family name (Flavius). • The Colosseum could hold, it is estimated, between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators, and was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous ...

        If You Say 'When In Rome" One More Time...

        A travel blog entry by kyleandchanny on Jul 08, 2014

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        ... we did end up finding a lively restaurant in a recommended food district that did satisfy Ms. Pasta (Chantel). Although my lasagna was quite good, it pains me to say that I've had far better at home and that the best meal i had was at our hostel but I can guarantee that our next stop in Greece will more than make up for it.

        Even beyond it's world famous attractions, Rome is a pretty striking city. The building have ...

        Exploring Rome

        A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 10, 2014

        1 comment

        ... Virgin Mary which they had the same night, the couple built a basilica in honour of Mary on the very spot which was covered with snow. So here's hoping for a miracle!! Outside I sipped from a water fountain that comes from an aqueduct which is 2000 years old. Water fountains are everywhere in Rome and most of them are super beautiful. You actually are meant to drink from them by putting your finger over the tap and drinking the water that squirts up. ...