Crosti Apartments Hotel Rome

Address: via Villafranca 10 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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        Rome Sweet Ancient Rome

        A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 17, 2015

        34 photos

        ... ancient site so well preserved. This site was actually used by people much longer than other ancient Roman sites (Built in 106 BC). We wander around the museum part which also is exhibiting a Food and Fashion show so it's visually very interesting. Outside we make our way down to the Roman street level to wander and take in the views. Again, this is a less visited site but a great place to spend some time (even as we walk around sweating in the hot, hot ...

        Take me to the Beach Already!!!

        A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 08, 2014

        19 photos

        ... around! (Remember I said Grant will need to be mentally prepared for this day… he tends to get a little bit sea sick!!)

        Day 5 will be a mystery to me too as it is a free day to do whatever we choose…perhaps we will open the first page of the books that Karen chose for us or we might explore some of the smaller towns nearby that come so highly recommended. Tonight we are tired… so I think there is a good chance we ...

        Rome-drops keep falling on our heads

        A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 15, 2014

        2 comments, 10 photos

        ... about and look at some things in light of more than traditions. The number of Saints was something they were concerned with, particularly given the similarity to the number of Pagan gods that Ancient Rome had... and now have again in a different form and brand.

        So we made for the exit and for a café to get some lunch in, which was nice to have salad and fruit versus just starch and fat! As we were leaving, the waiter asked the kids where we were ...

        Day 4 The Forum, Imperial Fora, Palatine Hill,....

        A travel blog entry by vagari on Nov 30, 2013

        17 photos

        Day 4 Update - The Forum, Imperial Fora, Palatine Hill, Coliseum, and Basilica of San Clemente

        If any of you are still interested after my interminable ramblings of the last few days, here is my recap of Day 4. We decided to visit the ancient ruins today and save the Vatican trip for Tuesday. We had meant to get an earlier start today, but still haven't really adjusted to the time change and didn’t get out of the ...

        Best laid plans...

        A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 13, 2013

        54 photos

        ... a different road back, one that runs below the main road beside the river. It turned out to be that same road that I was walking on when I tripped and fell on my first full day in Trastevere. I can tell you, it was such a relief to be past that point and finally back to the apartment. I was so tired and sore. Later I routed it and I had walked just over 10 miles—the longest I had walked in years (and years and years). And I still have an unused bus ...