Hotel Degli Aranci
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Degli Aranci Rome
Nice hotel and very friendly staff. Stayed here for two nights when working in Rome. Good breakfast and good location walking distance to some nice resturants
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... 314. This used to be the area of a papal palace that was destroyed by an earthquake in the 1300’s. The Pope then moved to Avignon where the official residence was for 100 years. The interior was done by Bernini and Borromini. The large bronze doors in the center are from the Senate. The Jubilee door is opened only every 25 years for the faithful to enter through and be forgiven of all their sins. The apse is ...
... in Italy is down. The apartment is a pleasant surprise with easy access, large rooms,marble floors, double glazing,good heating,and Wifi, and to top it off a well supplied kitchen. Straight away we stocked up, met the local wine shop owner, and found the local restaurant who squeezed us in so long as we finished in 30 minutes. Since we were exhausted we managed that and retired home. It feels ...
... prepared it with a multi-media presentation so that as you are listening (in English) they show you what they have found, tell you the history and then using computer graphics gradually show you all the parts of the roman houses so that you feel like you are actually in the house. They gym, pool, bedrooms etc were all recreated. It was so fascinating and really brought it to life. Well ...
... churches is a common sight :(
I find it interesting that the entrance and exits for churches in Italy are always at the side, instead of centred in front.
The Pantheon which was next up on our itinerary is the round brown building just ...
... forms, flowers are arranged from the patella and tarsal bones. On the floor, soil bought form the holy land holds the most recent victims of the angel of death… their fleshy parts slowly rotting away. One day, their bones will be added to the decorations and so the number of skeletons grows still. a sign reads:
"what you are now we once were. what we are now you will be too"
Whether you are a king or a street sweeper, sooner or later you all dance with the Grim Reaper...