Grand Hotel del Gianicolo

Address: Viale Delle Mura Gianicolensi 107, Rome, Lazio, 00152, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Janiculum Hill, Villa Sciarra, Museo Garibaldino e Museo della Divisione Partigiana, and Villa Lante.
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    Leaving Italy

    A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on May 08, 2015

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    ... 3 was closed when we arrived, and there was a great deal of confusion around. Apparently there was a fire there last night, starting in a restaurant of some sort. The Fire Brigade didn't take it seriously until it was well alight.
    Confusion reigned and the end result that our flight to London was delayed to such an extent that we missed our connecting flight.
    BA took good care of us and sent us to the Heathrow Sheraton where we spent a pleasant ...


    A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 11, 2015

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    ... This was their ideal idea of a man. This type of art was very popular at the time although not many people would be so fortunate to appear as strong and handsome as this man. This expresses the Roman perspective on humanity and its avoidance of suffering and strive for perfection. This parallels with the pagan religions of the time. The gods were very human, but perfected to express the strive for perfection in their ...

    Romans old and new

    A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 16, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 1 square meter so they will be cleaning it forever.
    Then we went to the forum along a street that was 2000 years old. The forum was the political centre. There are something like 100 000kms of roads in Europe built by the Romans that we still use. They built the roads at a mile a day.
    the saying all roads lead to Rome refers to an arch near the forum and close to where Julius Cesear is cremated.
    Joanne, Scott, Mikaela and Ashleigh


    A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 27, 2014

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    It was a later start for us this morning, after our long and tiring day yesterday. We indulged in some more of the delicious pound cake for breakfast, before packing up and walking for a half hour through the city to get to the train station. I'm sounding like a broken record now, but there was much avoiding of dog poop on the floor to be done as we walked, and we didn’t even escape it within the train station. As we sat and watched in ...

    A very busy Monday!

    A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Mar 24, 2014

    32 photos

    ... is the ceiling fresco featuring Loyola having a vision of Christ with the Cross.

    We next visited the Pantheon, which was one of the highlights of this day. Dating from 120 AD, it features a dome that inspired Michalangelo's dome at St Peter's and was the largest in the world until the Renaissance. We just loved it here, soaking it all in and marvelling at the amount of history that transpired here. Raphael is buried here ...