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... II (the huge building with the chariots and winged goddesses on the top) and right near the Forum and Palatine Hill. This is how I made my way to the Piazza. I left going down the long staircase out to Via del Teatro de Marcello (the street that goes right by the “miniature” coliseum). Around the edges of the Piazza (it’s trapezoidal) are the white buildings of the Musei Capitolini (Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo) and the ...
... people (tourists in the 21st century), the hot sun bearing upon us. Luckily, I had booked the Underground Colosseum tours which ensured we skipped the lines.
The tour was mildly interesting - you certainly got a good sense of what it took to put on the Gladiator games - historical evidence of trap doors, animal cages and underground tunnels still remain. We were then taken to the actual Colosseum floor and finally, the very top level where we ...
... 8217;s Bath museum. When it was built, it was the largest bath complex in the world. We didn’t go in, but walked around the courtyard. Adjacent was Santa Maria degli Angeli. It was built on the ruins of the bath. Michelangelo did some of the work.
We walked around a little more and came to the church of San Carlino alle Quattro Fontane. It was consecrated in 1646. It was pretty small, but it was richly decorated. It was free ...
... kept before the big show. Trying to imagine the grotesque scenes that used to occur on the very ground I was standing gave me goosebumps. We spent a few hours checking the whole place out before we made the long walk back towards the hostel. We all had to pack up our things, our wonderful spring break adventure was over the next day. We took turns face timing our families until it was time to go out for a fantastic Easter Dinner. We went to a small restaurant called La Famiglia. ...
... so we took a taxi back to Trastevere. After dinner, we took a walk to Santa Maria in Trastevere, then circled a couple of blocks around to come back to the apartment. We were pretty tired, but the people next door weren't. There was a loud party with reggae music that went on until the wee hours, but Xander was exhausted enough that he dropped off to sleep without too much trouble. I was a bit tired the next morning though - hopefully it won't happen too ...
Other places to stay in Rome
Viale Castello Della Magliana 65, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $117
- Good deal if you don't mind the location
- Spacious, convenient, affordable way to start/end trips
- Good ending to our Italy trip
Vatican City, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $125
- Central to all the major sites in Rome
- Hot, Noisy, You Can Do Better
- Nice but noisy
EUR, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $100
- Enjoy your stay, don't make a fuss about the distance !
- Good hotel, very friendly staff
- Depends on your priorities -- I liked the hotel a lot
Monte Mario, Rome | 5 star hotelfrom $254
- Treated like royalty
- The Cavalieri Hilton is Outstanding
Historic Center, Rome | 5 star hotelfrom $356
- Top Notch Hotel
- Westin Excelsior March 2004
- Fantastic Empire stile hotel
Historic Center, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $199
- A great hotel for a city break
- If you want to be next door to the station...
- Not really a 4* hotel
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- Bad impression
- Thank you Trip Advisor! Spot on!
- Good hotel, questionable location!
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- $$ = what you get
- Near city with a pool
- Acceptable but not great
Ciampino Airport, Rome | 2 star hotelfrom $95
Vatican City, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $144
- Visconit Palace - Excellent Value
- Good location & Reasonably priced
- Good hotel
Via Colonnello Tommaso Masala 54, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $139
- Very Nice Hotel Outside Center of Rome
- Really outside town
- Disorganised expense
Ardeatino, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Castro Pretorio, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $173
- Great service!
- Rome Is Calling Me Back
- What a Load of Rubbish
Historic Center, Rome | 5 star hotelfrom $306
- EXCELLENT IN EVERY WAY
- Loved it
Appio Claudio, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $66
Via Prenestina, 944, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $72
- A good stopping point - on your way to city centre
- One miserable experience after the other
- Not recommended
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 3 star hotelfrom $71
- Do not go
- This hotel is hell on Earth
- Great for tour group
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $84
- Great Hotel! Loved it!
- Great hotel
- Great hotel
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $119
- Very good hotel in a quiet place!
- Nice, but too far from major attractions
- The Villa in the Pines
EUR, Rome | 3 star hotelfrom $88
- Great hotel but not for tourists
- Una mala ubicación, un buen hotel
- Un hotel muy bueno
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Great Value
- A great hotel in great grounds
- Simply Fabulous!
Trastevere/Aventine, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $88
- Refurbished Rooms
- Come on! It wasn't that bad.
- Not a **** hotel!!!!
Historic Center, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $166
- Perfect location
- Very Central
- Great location
Historic Center, Rome | 3 star hotelfrom $88
- Poor time at the Porta!
- Loved our stay here
- Very noisy hotel
Suburbio Aurelio, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $87
- Generally good
- NOt very central to the sights
EUR, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $72