Hotel Tre Fontane

Address: 51 Via del Serafico, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      A Day in Ruins

      A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas on Jan 07, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Well there's double meaning attached to today's headline. We headed across to Ancient Rome with that being The Forum, Palentine and of course The Colosseum. This being after the issue of no hot water being addressed. Seems there was a blackout 2 nights ago and things should have been operational. Staff were very surprised that I didn't let them know of our woes last night and suitably apologetic. I survived this morning with another saucepan wash. After all ...

      When in Rome

      A travel blog entry by rhian_of_oz on Sep 17, 2014

      ... go through the intersection and then come up to the museum. Turns out the First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kuwait was in town.
      We're staying less than a kilometre from the Colosseum but we walked back "the long way" so we could have gelato on the way home - museuming is hard work. We had quite a late lunch of leftover pizza, cheese and apple, and chips while I work out the plan for this evening (probably Trevi and Steps) and tomorrow (possibly ...

      Last night in Italy

      A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 05, 2014

      14 photos

      ... seated and placed our orders. An arancini ball each (but they called them suppli or something) and some focaccia, then Adam had lamb chops, I had chicken with porcini mushrooms and Alex had lasagne. (If I haven't said before, we have been on a lasagne quest to find the nicest one). We also ordered a side of roast potatoes. Alex's lasagne tasted reasonable but lukewarm, my chicken tasted ok but was also lukewarm and tough, and Adams lamb had hardly ...

      Traveling Woes

      A travel blog entry by travelingsmith on Dec 22, 2013


      ... thanks to a little sweet talk. After a seemingly unendless (8 hr), 3in leg room, metal rods for seats, screaming baby flight, we arrived in Rome on very little sleep. We spent the next hour and a half at baggage claim only to not claim any bags. We have been assured our bags will arrive tomorrow and, God willing, they will! We found our young Italian driver amingst a sea of old men and made our way into Rome.

      Our hotel, ...

      Rome - day I

      A travel blog entry by rachbeat on Aug 20, 2013

      14 photos

      ... access (no queuing). The Colosseum originally known as the Flavium Amphitheatre was built in 72AD by the emperor Vespasian. Originally inside there was capacity for seating for 60,000 people with an additional 10,000 standing. It has since served as a model for stadiums all around the world. Seating back in ancient times was on a strict basis with the emperor and his attendants occupying the finest seats and the social class spectators sitting towards the top. There is ...