Villa Spada

Via Maria Elena Bettini 20, Rome, Lazio, 138, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Monte Sacro-Val Melaina area of Rome, is near Catacombe di Priscilla, Villa Ada, Bastia, and St. Agnes Outside the Walls.
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    St. Peter's Basilica

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 17, 2014

    21 photos

    ... it up. Instead, we set course for the Piazza Navona to have lunch, and to pay another visit to Murano's next door so Lucy could buy some last-minute gifts.

    After some cajoling of the girls by the tour director, and a little haggling over price with the driver, we boarded the most unusual form of conveyance of the trip so far, a horse-drawn carriage. Our poor horse appeared less than thrilled with the prospect of lugging three tourists from ...

    Best Waiter EVER!!

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 07, 2013

    7 photos

    We have to get our bus tickets today for our journey to Siena on Saturday. We took the Metro to the Tiburtina bus station. We had a little mistake getting on the wrong train but we quickly corrected it and found our way. Rain, rain go away; come again – after we've left Rome! John really wanted to see the Church of San Giovanni in Laterano which first opened in A.D. 318. In medieval times, this was the home of ...

    What the barbarians didn't take, the Barberini did

    A travel blog entry by alexproc on Aug 03, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    My first day in Rome was rather fab. The first landmark I saw in Rome was the Pantheon. This dome like structure was rebuilt by Hadrian, this emperor dude, who rebuilt the structure on the site of a previous temple. The crazy and awesome thing about it was that the diameter of the building was the same as the height (43.3 meters according to Alice) meaning in theory one could fit a perfect sphere inside. Also, if you slice the structure in half you'll ...

    Hmmmm Rome....I bet there is other things to see..

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on May 24, 2013

    29 photos

    ... immunity....they did stare at me....and we proceeded to leave ..... I had a grin on.... gave a good luck to all and off we went.

    Colosseum here we come. It was actually easy to get there but its packed with buses and stuff so no where to park even a bike and the road I wanted to be on was closed for construction. So wandered along...saw a road that looked good went up it and it was on a hill across the street from it. We parked one ...

    Day 14: Rome

    A travel blog entry by heathertunstall on Dec 14, 2012

    ... hair we've ever seen, and when he showed me, I guffawed so loudly that it echoed. It echoed into eternity. I had to leave after that. Next, we went to Piazza Navona, which is a pretty neat area with an open meeting space and a couple elaborate fountains. They were having some kind of fair or festival there today, so we walked around for a bit, looking at the shops and eating some sweets before heading back to the apartment for a quick rest and bite to ...