Hotel Washington

Via Giovanni Amendola 77, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Our last day in Roma.

A travel blog entry by debcaruso

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... climb the 133 steps to the top. Amazing. Close to Borghese Gardens and decide it is a perfect way to end our time in Rome. It is peaceful, quiet and unbelievably beautiful here. We decide to rent an electric bike for 2 which is very cool and so much fun. It is a very hot day here in Rome but in the gardens it is cool and tranquil. I had tried back home to book the Borghese Gallery but you can't book too far ahead. When I ask ...

Going up

A travel blog entry by silsby

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... 1849.

A little further along is the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola - a huge marble construction built to celebrate the repair of an important aqueduct (built by Trajan in AD 109, destroyed by invaders in the middle ages, and repaired in the early 17th century).

We continued up the hill on the Passeggiata del Giancolo, arriving next at the Piazzale Garibaldi, where there's a spectacular view over Rome (as well as several snack ...

Great day exploring

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison

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... and heavy machinery. The Romans obviously had a sense of humour and just like us find nick names for things. When Mia found out the Romans called the Pantheon 'La Rotonda' in simple translation 'The Round Building' she gave up trying to remember it's name and called it simply 'the round building with a hole in the roof'.

The name Pantheon comes from two Greek words pan, "everything" and teon "divine" and since this was a time Before Christ the Pantheon was dedicated to ...

The Vatican

A travel blog entry by juliecklein

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... pretty bridges and then old homes that later were turned into fortresses and then into cathedrals. We ended the day at Piazza Popolo. It definitely enforced our view of Rome as one Catholic Church after another. There are 3 churches there to the Virgin Mary alone, though it was too late in the day to see any of them. Then it was back to the jammed packed subway. One can feel like a sardine on the trains.




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Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by heidif

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... very few people in the square and visiting the church. However, we do get to the security gates just before a group of about 50 visiting nuns. Eve is keeping a running records of the number of nuns she sees in Roma -- this visit to St. Peter's makes her number quickly skyrocket..she can hardly keep up!!
In the basilica, there are several masses being held in different chapel areas. This basilica is so massive that we feel like little teeny tiny ants walking around. St. ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Green Tours.
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