Arco di Travertino

Address: Via Valgia Silvilla 71, Rome, Lazio, 00181, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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      Another fine day haggling and sightseeing

      A travel blog entry by fausettj on Nov 02, 2014

      5 comments, 8 photos

      ... so when a really senior lady, Korean I think, hobbled in, I directed her to that one. She was v appreciative.
      We only had to wait a short time for the return train and were already seated when this same old girl and her even older more decrepit hubby tried to get on, while two young teenage girls were getting off. The girls pushed and shoved and jostled these two around, they were quite upset. And it was upsetting to watch too. Hubby lurched to a ...

      Driving to Rome

      A travel blog entry by phil.ferrero on Jul 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... fields pass by.

      After dropping off the car at the Rome airport , our next adventure is to take the Leonardo Express from the airport to the Rome Termini, which is the train station that serves Rome. The atmosphere is lively, as I imagine it would be in any European rail station. This mode of travel goes hand-in-hand with all other forms of transportation; it's not pushed to the side as it is in much of the ...

      Up before the birds.....

      A travel blog entry by dbats on May 30, 2014

      22 photos

      ... just did. Hopefully Gary will be well enough to do some sightseeing tomorrow.


      Enjoyed pre-dinner drinks at Akbar. The dÚcor was very bohemian with velvet covered sofas mixed with an odd assortment of chairs and weathered fabric covered cushions; tables adorned with candelabras where the bases are covered thickly with red candle wax and vases of wilted flowers, mainly roses. There was only 1 female amongst the ...

      Size does matter!

      A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 07, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... the actual bodies of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II are displayed in glass tombs. Another impressive sight was Michelangelo’s PietÓ – a sculpture of Mary holding Jesus on her lap after the Crucifixion. Interesting fact: the PietÓ is behind a plexiglass wall, because years ago a madman entered the church and started smashing it with a hammer. The day it happened? The day I was born (May 23, 1972). Weeeeird…I guess ...

      Today we are going to see La SAGRADA FAMILIA

      A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 17, 2013

      22 photos

      ... the ceiling. Light is reflected through the church by the enormous stained glass windows, I can only tell you how I felt about being there, it is something you need to experience and is hard to explain. Gaudi worked on La Sagrada Familia for 43 years, living on site for the last 4 years before his death, in 2026 it will be a 100 years since he died and they are trying to finish the church by then. When we left the church, we decided to go back by Trishaw, we had a lovely man take us ...