Cuscino E Cappuccino

Via Vespasiano 9, Rome, Lazio, 192, Italy | Hotel
 

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Slow stroll around the Centro Storico

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07

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... the ambience of what otherwise is a truly magnificent venue, which was originally designed as a stadium for athletic competitions in the latter part of the 1st-century.

After a slight detour to find a Murano glassware store for Lucy, we reached the Campo de' Fiori, another popular public square that is home to daily vegetable and flower markets, most of which were in the process of closing-up for the day. The square is also home to a statue of Giordano Bruno, ...

Rome day 2 - Colosseum & Pantheon

A travel blog entry by mjstein

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... for those keeping track). We walked about halfway, then caught the subway for the remaining distance to Termini station. We are now back at the hotel for a little siesta. We'll head out for some quick to-go pizza (very easy to find on every street corner), before meeting up with our "Rome by Night" Segway tour at 7:30. We've read that the city at night is a whole other experience, so it will be interesting to revisit some of the sights we saw so far - as well as some new ...

Pronto Soccorso

A travel blog entry by sorialsights

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... in those pagan times and the senseless taking of life as sport. How was this condoned? Well too D & M so off to the pool for a little hydrotherapy for Wendy and a high bar stool for foot elevation and a Mai Tai for me.
For our last dinner in Italy we took a recommendation from last nights driver to go to the Pizzeria Monte Carlo. Our concierge whom I asked to book a table said "this is a very casual place", "that'll do me" I replied. Our taxi ...

Strolling Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by edeutsch

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... a girl when she's 10 years old, make her an idol, tell her she can't have sex for 30 years, torture and kill her if she strays, and free her when she's 40? Wow.

The Colosseum is an absolutely fascinating structure and the thought that it's basically held up by arches that aren't even cemented together -- or weren't when it was first built -- is mind-boggling. The arch -- is that the most important architectural innovation ...

Are you not entertained?!?

A travel blog entry by holly.buckman

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... with people and so full I could barely move my arms, when all of a sudden a guy in plainclothes jumped between the metro doors and started pointing to himself yelling polizia. Everyone on the metro was shocked into silence. Then the policeman kept pointing at this English-speaking gentleman yelling in Italian and gesticulated for him to get off the metro. This guy was obviously very confused, the poor guy was scared to death. Then a second darker-skinned man ...

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This hotel, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro), La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, and Italy With Us.
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