Antiqua Roma

Address: Via Marianna Dionigi 17, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Vino Roma, Altar of Peace (Ara Pacis), Palazzo di Giustizia (The Hall of Justice), and Museum of the Souls of Purgatory.
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    Day one of on our own in Rome

    A travel blog entry by arosenwach on Nov 02, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... toward famous Trevi Fountain. Like a dog checking every bush, I had to check out every shop and Italian Deli. Since it was a picture perfect Sunday, 70 degrees and not a cloud in the sky, every Romam family was also out and about. The people watching was an event in itself. We arrived at the Trevi, after wonderful paninis and sparkling water, bought from the deli with the longest line. Unfortunately, the fountain was being cleaned for ...


    A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 07, 2015

    55 photos

    ... He was such a good baby - always smiling and never cried. Aurelio asked if we wanted a glass of wine and we both decided to have ONE more. He then offered me a bite of the typical Roman dish he was eating: artichokes and lamb liver and kidneys. Sounds delightful, right? When in Rome.... (I've been waiting for an opportunity to use that phrase)!!!!!!!! I didn't really want to eat it, but I want to be cultured and push my limits so I had A bite. It ...

    Domus Aurea

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Mar 28, 2015

    18 photos

    ... erase all memories of him. Consequently Trajan removed the upper level and filled in the lower with rubble to form the foundations of his baths, the ruins of which still stand in the garden overhead. Donning hardhats our guide led us into the cavernous interior where the frescoed walls and ceilings still show a little of how grand it was. Raphael and other renaissance artists clambered down here ...

    Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 3

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... often contrasted with the Venetian School of composers, a concurrent movement which was much more progressive. By far the most famous composer of the Roman School is Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, whose name has been associated for four hundred years with ...

    Day 39 Rome

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 17, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Basilica of San Clemente. I had never heard of him, and the Basilica certainly wasn't on my hit list, but again this visit was fascinating. The Basilica like all the churches we have seen, is beautifully decorated, but it's when you go underground that is probably the most interesting. The current Basilica is the 4th building to be built on the site, on top of a previous Basilica. When you go underground you can visit the previous church, which is ...