Hotel Tre Fontane

Address: 51 Via del Serafico, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    When A Plan Doesn't Come Together!

    A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 18, 2015


    ... been cancelled. (Everyone else appeared to have been notified previously, however, not us! Our travel agent was becoming less popular by the minute!) The best they can do is put us on a late afternoon flight. The whole point of our late evening flight was so that we didn’t waste a day at the Rome Airport. We had limited time in Sicily as it was and wasting a day wasn’t an option.

    8.00am We have used the free WIFI ...

    Romantic Rome

    A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... said that he had to take a 6 month break when the paint, which was dripping in his eyes caused so much irritation that he could no longer see. Michaelangelo was truly a prodigy and artistic genius who could rival masters of his day, like another of our turtles, Leonardo, in arts that weren't his favourite. Leonardo despised the younger Michaelangelo and made disparaging comments against the dirty, dust-covered, miniature sculptor. Whilst Michaelangelo is known for his limited ...

    The day we drove south

    A travel blog entry by twoplusfour on Aug 23, 2014

    25 photos

    Time to move on again so after another croissant and rolls breakfast bought by Gareth and Duncan we packed up (this time under grey drizzly skies - a good day to travel). We checkedout and ordered a taxi for Matt to go and pick up the hire car and then the rain stopped so I took the children for a final swim. They had a great time playing various games ...


    A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 08, 2014

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    ... bath complex was built between 298 and 305 and covered a surface area of 1.5 million feet, lots of smelly Romans to wash I guess. Attached to the baths is a church Santa Maria degli Angeli. Another work from Michelangelo, his last before dying. He managed to incorporate the original walls of the baths into the facade. The facade is very plain but the inside is spectacular. A rare little treat was the huge organ being played.

    More Rome!

    A travel blog entry by travelintommy on Oct 25, 2013

    3 comments, 51 photos

    This morning, we headed out and went to St Peter in Chains to see the chains that held Peter when he was in prison in Rome.

    We went to the Colosseum, which started being built in 72 AD, and was finished in 80 AD. They used Jewish slaves to build it. It was completely covered in marble when it was built, there would have been no exposed brick. The cross was added in the 1700's when they started renovating ...