Hotel Sisto V

Address: Via Lardaria 10, Rome, Lazio, 00168, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Primavalle area of Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Foro Italico, Trionfale Market, and Teatro Olimpico.
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    A travel blog entry by robynp on May 29, 2015

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    ... with its 80 arched entrances allowing easy access to 55,000 spectators, who were seated according to rank. The Coliseum is huge, an ellipse 188m long and 156 wide. Originally 240 masts were attached to stone corbels on the 4th level.

    Roman gladiators were usually slaves, prisoners of war or condemned criminals. Most were men, but there were a few female gladiators. These combats were attended by the poor, the rich, ...

    Bernini's Apollo and Daphne

    A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... work on St. Peter's basilica and the colonnaded piazza leading up to St. Peter's. Like many of his contemporaries, Bernini took inspiration from the classical world and its myths. A masterpiece of his works is his depiction of Apollo and Daphne. He captures the scene in which Apollo catches Daphne as she transforms into a laurel tree before his very eyes. The myth also tells us that he forever loved laurel trees which was the reason why the laurel wreaths had such a significance ...

    Rome, The Walkable City

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... Hadrian in AD118. Once we move through the portico, held up by 8 substantial pillars, we quickly determine why it is such an acclaimed historical site in Rome. The size and scale of the domed roof is remarkable and the dome is equal in radius to the height of its cylinder. The only light available comes through the circular opening at the very top. It wasn't until the seventh century with Christians claiming to be plagued by demons that permission was given to make ...

    Finally, finally, finally ..... Fish and Chips

    A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Sep 18, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... and wandered around Castel Sant'Angelo. Before we knew it we were near The Vatican. No stick sellers to be seen. A few Italians were dressed as Gladiators but want money if they are included in photos. Time was getting away and the rain was getting heavy so we walked back to Porto Fish and Chips. We were shown to a table and chose the buffet. MDW was in food heaven. Not only fish and chips but also chicken schnitzel and fresh pineapple and rock melon. The place ...

    On a church crawl!

    A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... St Helena (mother of Emperor Constantine). She brought boatloads of soil from Jerusalem with her, and covered the floor of the basilica, so it is said to be "in Jerusalem". The relics here were incredible. I'm not sure what I think of relics, but if they were to be true, a mother of the Emperor would have got them, and only 300 years after the death of Christ.....We saw part of the sign from above the Crucifix, thorns from the Crown of Thorns, a nail from the Cross, parts ...