Hotel Navona

Address: Via dei Sediari 8, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Parione area of Rome, is near Fountain of the Four Rivers, Torre Argentina, Sant' Ivo, and Teatro Rossini.
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          Basilica'd out

          A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 06, 2013

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          ... the effect of water on marble, visual and auditory, just before a locally employed (!) chappy came and turned off the water in resplendent yellow wellies. Cost savings? Nope, out came the bleach, the brush and various accoutrements to scrub up the marble and disappoint the newcomers. There are two other fountains, one at either end, but they lack the theatricality of the centre piece. The square's church - they are everywhere in Rome for some reason - had an ...

          Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

          A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol on Aug 01, 2013

          22 photos

          ... some Crypts which are really weird as each are adorned with countless human bones and skulls.

          After a little bit of hotel R&R we headed down to Piazza Nevona and a small resturant close by where we had another delicious meal before heading back to the hotel and contemplating ...

          When in Rome...(2 of 2)

          A travel blog entry by bmurdo on Aug 25, 2012

          25 photos

          ... It’s the kind of place that deserves to be revisited at different times of the year and throughout one’s life. It’s also so big that we felt like we could go back and do all new things and still not see everything! Anyway, first we headed to San Carlino (al Quirinale) which was not even a 100 meter walk from our apartment. Dee studied this church in her architectural history course, and was dying to see it. Next, we made our way to Piazza Republicca where ...

          When in Rome...

          A travel blog entry by tarynstravelfun on Jul 22, 2012

          31 photos

          ... to the central train station near the Coloseum. Then our day could begin.

          We joined a random tour group at the Coloseum just so we could jump the massive line then as we got in we just walked off in the other direction and checked it out for ourselves. The Coloseum was awesome - we spent ages there just mesmerised by it taking photos and meeting random tourists along the way. After that we walked to Trevi fountain to do the coin ...