Casa Cristina

Via Varese 15 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by mrenfrew176

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... icon in Rome, but seems to be hidden in a labyrinth.

The Pantheon
The Pantheon was absolutely unreal. This was hands-down my favorite part of Rome. To think that they were able to build this without help from any machinery is absolutely absurd. The entire top is one solid piece that is a perfect circle and to think they were able to get it to the top of the building is unfathomable. The detail of the building and the history that a single structure has is ...

The Colloseum and Other Grand Sights

A travel blog entry by andbrown

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... t do anything small in Ancient Rome. Inside the colosseum you can see where the spectators sat and you can see the basement where the cages and lifts existed. They have rebuilt a piece of the arena floor so you can see how it would have originally looked. You can see the gladiators battling lions and other gladiators in your mind. Just incredible! Upon exiting the colosseum, it was time for lunch. We stopped at a local pizzeria for some more yummy pizza. I had a carbonara ...

Back in Rome

A travel blog entry by rhino25

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... the monument was worth a visit so we set off through the massive corridors and stairways until we reached the terrace overlooking the Forum. Having rehydrated ourselves we et off for the Capitoline Museum next door. However, as were were about to descend the stairs at the back of the monument we saw a front entrance to a church so we went in. The church in question was the Saint Maria in Aracoeli. The facade is imposing because it is level with ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by noyelles

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... close by but instead found a huge church, Basilica di St Maria Maggiore, another vast pile with a very elaborate baroque interior which houses the tombs of 2 popes in its own Sistine Chapel. We went down to see the museum only to be taken on a guided tour of the now relatively hidden 13th century mosaic covered front, a chamber with pictures of the early popes & their robes & a Bernini designed, circular staircase without a ...

What will go wrong this time !

A travel blog entry by robinstride

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... Hotel, Hotel Genio. A quick drop off of our baggage and straight out to see the sights, maybe the Trevi Fountain, an ice cream shop, a quick pint, the Pantheon, maybe walk past the Forum and visit the Colosseum, not forgetting the Crypt of the Capuchin monks with all their skulls and bones decorating the walls.

An evening meal out near the Piazza Navona (no more Lemoncello this year !) we finally retire back in the early hours to our Hotel

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