Hotel Tre Fontane

Address: Via del Serafico 51, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Rome

        The Colosseum and The Forum

        A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 19, 2015

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... She tells us that the Colosseum was built by the emperor who succeeded Nero. Nero was seriously not nice and was very unpopular. He was emperor when most of Rome was destroyed by fire in about 60 AD. There is a rumour that Nero started the fire himself so he could clear land to build himself a gigantic new palace. After the fire, most ordinary Romans had nowhere to live so they moved to the place where the Colosseum is today. This didn't get burnt because it was ...

        Day 36 - Arrival at Rome

        A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 30, 2015

        14 photos

        ... to put on more of these events with a movie program around the scheduled talks and lectures. Would have added to the depth of entertainment if there was a program of movies in the garden. Even some excellent war movies like ‘Gallipoli’ would have been well received and an extra thing to do. On my tour we watch a ‘Fall of Singapore’ docco that is sensational which adds some more detail to the story with ...

        Big Church

        A travel blog entry by clark64 on Dec 28, 2014

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... translate :) St. Peter's Basilica & Square Since we were up early, we got an early start and arrived at St. Peter's before the crowds. The church itself is WOW and the word massive does not do the square justice. The square is surrounded by 284 columns that are 56 feet high and topped off by Bernini's 140 saints that are each 10 feet tall!! Talk about history - the 'obelisk' in the centre was originally erected in Egypt ...

        Rome Rome Rome

        A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Oct 10, 2014

        21 photos

        ... something i'll remember clearly for a long time to come. Thanks for coming Jose :) After Rome I headed back to Milan for a couple of days before flying to Barcelona. I was a bit nervous, and excited, as this would be the first part in my trip where I would be totally alone. I had no Travel Reunions or people planned to meet, just me, myself and I. And it was something I really needed... some time to take things at my own pace, and hopefully meet new people and make new friends. ...

        Roma - Day 2

        A travel blog entry by breezyweezy on Jul 22, 2014

        14 photos

        ... our raincoats and finished our walk all while getting our lower halves completely soaked. The bright side: all the tourists were huddled under trees and shelters in their ponchos while we walked around dodging large puddles. The rain eased up as we finished the forum but as soon as we walked into the colosseum the rain came down again. We were under shelter for a while but did go out into the rain to walk around inside the ...