Hotel Fawlty Towers

39 Via Magenta, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 1 star hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    The Carbohydrate Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jun 30, 2013

    15 photos

    ... to get some nice fruit, foccacia and most importantly, gelato from the square and surrounding streets, which were worth the trouble of the bus ride to get there - squashed in amongst about 100 other sweaty Romans and tourists, with no idea where to get off, luckily we picked correctly and saved a massive walk. Booked a night time walking tour which was pretty good, and took in all the major sites inclung the Trevi Fountain (which was so much more impressive at night, and ...

    Smallest country in the world

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Sep 18, 2012

    20 photos

    ... and statues, one corridor of 500-year-old tapestries, another corridor of painted Italy maps. All leading through to the masterpiece.....

    Lastly, the Sistine Chapel. Being such a famous chapel, I was surprised at how small it was. Especially after wandering around the huge Basilica this morning. Between 1508 and 1512 Michelangelo worked to paint the frescos adoring the ceiling then later, the walls between 1535 and 1541. He ...

    Rome Day 2 - The Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by juliecklein on Apr 19, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... they could bring in ships and present full sea battles.

    The Romans were basically were engineers, who designed and built unimaginable structures, but generally copied others in their art and culture (mostly Greek). After the really became an empire (when Julius Caesar's basically ended democracy and became the first emperor-during the 40's bce), their economy became based on booty and slave labor, which once the empire became too unwieldy to defend (around 200 ...

    Rome, Finals, and My Last Week Here

    A travel blog entry by maldeardorff on Jul 21, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the sites I was most excited to see, the Vatican. We walked through part of the museums and saw some famous works such as the ancient Laocoon, the Belvedere Torso, the Belvedere Apollo, and Raphael's "School of Athens." We saw all of this on our way to the highlight of the visit, the Sistine Chapel. When we stepped into the chapel, I was speechless. The famous painted ceiling and Last Judgment by Michelangelo were even more incredible in person than when ...

    Bonjourno Rome

    A travel blog entry by zeninjor on Mar 12, 2011

    ... br> Afterward, I continued on with some other tour mates, who also came along to Rome, through St. Peter’s Square past St. Peter’s Basilica. That whole area is amazing and very beautiful. We continued walking along the river toward the Trastavere area. It was a very scenic walk and I was really able to take in Rome. It is such a rich and charming city. Once in Trastavere ...