Hotel Commodore Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... PIazza Barbarini, is a very small boutique hotel. Our hostess welcomed us and spoke rapid Italian as she got us set up in our rooms, gave us a bottle of wine, and told us how to let ourselves in and out of the building. She also gave us what turned out to be a great restaurant recommendation. We enjoyed a short walk past the Spanish Steps, above the Piazza del Populo, through the Villa Borghese garden, and arrived ...
... suicide by stabbing herself. Brutus was enraged and led a revolt against the Tarquin King. He then founded the Roman Republic and became one of the first consuls in 509 BC. Prior to the Roman Republic, Rome had been ruled by kings. Brutus' first act after overthrowing the Tarquins was to make the people swear an oath that they wouldn't allow any more Kings to rule in ...
... br> Close up of Madonna of the Rock. It is commissioned by Raphael, and created by his student Lorenzetto. It must have been such an honour for Lorenzetto to create his teacher's memorial.
Although there were ...
... white wine. It was truly delicious and very filling......an "easy dinner" was the order that evening! All the wines of the region were pretty terrific too. Haven't had a bad one yet!
One of the highlights of Rome tour for me, ten years ago, when Phil and I were last here was a tour of Rome we did which included a visit to the Trevi Fountain. I remembered though that we weren't given much time just ...
... to do this! Games were a fantastic affair and every person had to attend, from the senators down to the slaves and even women and children had to attend. Entrance was free and every day was a festival of death and savagery unlike anything seen anywhere else in the world. The crowd loved it. The audiences were often more savage and brutal than the fights in the arena. Contemporary accounts tell of how the top tier, occupied by the scum of Rome, would indulge in orgies of sex and ...