Crosti Apartments Hotel Rome

Address: via Villafranca 10 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Italian Spring Break - Rome

    A travel blog entry by coreymeredith on Apr 25, 2015

    117 photos

    ... stood and was the center of life for the Romans. This time our tour guide was a lot better. She spent an hour trying to help us picture what it would have looked like in antiquity and even had a book with recreations to help us. Once again, it was powerful to be looking at such massive ruins and imagining what these buildings would have been like back then. After the tour, we had more time to just wander and take pictures before heading down into the Roman Form at ...

    Rome Rome Rome

    A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Oct 10, 2014

    21 photos

    ... within walking distance, so no public transport or time wasted getting places. My friend from Amsterdam, Jose, decided last minute to join me, which made the experience all the more exceptional. I wish I had more pictures to show the amount of things we did, but the truth is we were so busy walking, admiring architecture, drinking good wine and beer, eating like kings, dancing and laughing that I hardly thought about taking my camera out. But the experience is burnt into ...

    Rome: the non-monumental

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 21, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    Our guides all the way through Italy have been telling us that Italy has more places of historical significance, more heritage recognised sites, more this, more that, and they are very likely correct. However, as much as I have valued, appreciated and enjoyed visiting all these places, they have daunted me. So much history. So many people living, working, loving, giving life, taking life, honouring gods, honouring mankind, honouring art, honouring money, selling, ...

    A Long Day's Travel and Art

    A travel blog entry by fritz51 on Mar 14, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... lost on us. It is a beautiful and not over the top gallery and we did see the Rubens, Berninis, Carravagios, Raphaels and Titians.
    We walked back through the gardens for a view over the Piazza del Popolo. After walking
    through the Piazza, with its music and wandering locals and tourists we headed back along the Via del Corso to our guest house. That was enough for our first day in Rome after the long flight.

    Basilica'd out

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 06, 2013

    3 photos

    ... including themselves in embarrassing stances etc. And while I'm on the subject, I have a theory that there is a new syndrome called TA, "Traveller's Aggression". TA manifests itself in lines (oops, sorry, queues) - any movement forwards, backwards or sideways or pretty much any situation where personal interest or intention comes into contact or conflict with another self-same tourist. Italians ignore the traffic, own the pavement and ignore any other mortal. ...