Residence Fleming

Address: Via Guido Banti, 33, Rome, Lazio, 00191, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tor di Quinto area of Rome, is near Auditorium - Parco della Musica, Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, and Bastia.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The basilica with Pieta

A travel blog entry by charlottedv on Apr 10, 2015

... roman gladiators outfits that dated from pre 300 pre Christ. Onwards towards home and a few drinks under the mandarin trees - my first Campari spritz, and my last, the flowers will probably die from it. Joe had a gin martini that was basically all alcohol and equally yuk so not a good start. We want for a wander for a couple of Kms after joe slept for an hour or so and then had a nice easy meal of Greek salad for me and pasta for Joe before heading off to bed on a full stomach ...

All Roads Lead To Rome

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

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... little brass plaques that demonstrated the size of various other large Catholic churches around the world, just to show you the sheer scope of St. Peter’s compared to these other massive cathedrals and basilicas. Also as we were examining the floor we noticed that the intricate patterns in the marble actually mimic exactly the details found in the ceiling above. This was not just an artistic maneuver but instead it was used by Michelangelo to keep track of the work ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 01, 2014

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... limits and enforcement between Italy and Australia and then an aside on the value we each placed on principles. How much would you pay to defend yourself against an unjust speeding fine. He was gob-smacked that it would cost more to defend a speeding charge in Australia than pay the fine. "Wouldn't the court award costs", he asked. Talking of speed limits, last time I drove in Italy, everyone was going at +160kph. This time, there were radar warning signs ...

Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

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... converted into a prison. Currently, however, the complex is empty with no precise intended future use. So if you are looking for a medium sized castle with good access to shopping and local tourist attractions for your new home, Tivoli may be worth a look.

Castel Gandolfo and Other Hill Top Towns

We also took a day trip around Lago Albano, a nearby [about 40 kms away] dormant volcanic crater lake in the hills about 20 kms south of Rome. ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by mltrustgod on Sep 07, 2013

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... place in Ancient Rome. Also, many temples to gods were located here. Today these ruins are restored or turned into churches. Everywhere are churches, over 900 in Rome. I haven,t seen any that aren't Roman Catholic. At 3 pm we begin a tour of Catacombs. There are now over 11 known. We visit Domitilla Catacombs, over 150,000 crypts here. Basically, these underground areas were dug out tunnels with areas for single bodies, families, some with frescoes painted on walls, ...

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