Casa Trevi

Address: Via in Arcione 98, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Piazza di Trevi, Quirinale Palace (Palazzo del Quirinale), and Il Gelato di San Crispino.
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    Bust of Commodus

    A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 07, 2014

    ... in such a catholic dominated place. Although the community was walled in and they were only aloud to leave for work and if they did not make it back in time would be locked out. Not much of the quarter survived the sinagonge takes up like 1/4 of the space now. John and I went to the pizzeria next to the hostel for dinner it was nice to spend some quality time with just him I'm going to miss him a lot. Will defiantly be making some trips over to Sydney to see him in the ...

    Days 10 - 12 - When in Rome ....

    A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... rates using their meters. They vary by time of day, whether you're carrying luggage, and the mood of the driver it would seem. A good alternative are the busses. We purchased a Roma Pass which entitled us to discounted access to the many attractions in Rome as well as free bus fare.

    The first day in Rome we toured the Vatican. It's near the heart of Rome, and the many Vatican museums are a trove of ancient history. The key to seeing the Vatican is ...

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jun 14, 2014

    FLORENCE --> ORVIETO --> ROME - Drove from Florence to Orvieto, a tiny little town on a hill (mountain) which has an amazing Cathedral and is famous for it's wild boar meat and especially wild boar rolls. - We caught the funiculare up to the top (cars can drive too) and walked up to the top of the hill where there was an amazing cathedral! It was quite weird, a small little town with not much in the way of tall buildings and suddenly a massive church! - ...

    Papa Francesco

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... of the time. We also walked by a building which is now an official church but originally it was just a depository of sorts for the bones that would float out of the graves after the Tiber flooded - at least 3 times a year. Men were paid to collect the bones and finally, tiring of retreiving the bones over and over again, they began to nail them to the wall. You can still go to the crypt and view the "art work" made out of the bones. CREEPY. ...

    The Vatican and the crowds!

    A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 30, 2013

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    ... sen. While this church contained the remains of two popes it also had more skulls than i have ever seem in a church. We managed to find a restaurant off the beaten path that had fresh pasta. This turned out to be a great choice of venues as we all enjoyed our dinners. We then went to the piazza navona for gelato and relaxed listening to the buskers and watching the hustlers sell their wares. We can't believe tonight is our last night! Here we come Canada! Ciao ...