Il Glicine - Campo De' Fiori

Address: Via San Salvatore in Campo 43, Rome, Lazio, 186, Italy | Hotel
 
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1st Day in Rome: Modern city

A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 11, 2014

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... we could leave the park and take the way to Piazza Spagna and the church on top was covered because of constructions and the fountain below too... ******* luck bracelet! So that is the only picture I could take of one of the most famous places in Rome...
















Feeling a bit disappointed, we moved towards Fontana di Trevi, having a technical stop for a ...

When in Rome....do as the tourists do?

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 25, 2014

120 photos

... and dripping in luxury.


All in all, our trip to Italy will not be soon forgotten. I experienced the worst crowds of my life and some of the best food I've ever had. Dario quenched his thirst for Roman ruins as we walked on the same stones as the Roman Empire had walked. This destination had long been on our travel "must see" list and it won't be forgotten. To really see more of this incredible city, I would suggest at least 6-8 days if ...

Oh just going to the Pantheon for class.

A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Nov 05, 2013

... to St. Ignatius of Loyola. It's also a major Jesuit church, and it contains the relic of St. Francis Xavier's arm, who would have baptized thousands. It was built in 1586, and features the symbol of the Jesuit order: IHS or Jesus Homini Salvator, Jesus, Savior of Mankind. The ceiling fresco was done by Baccaccia, and features figures ...

Roman Colosseum

A travel blog entry by jacquichap on Sep 15, 2013

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... of a threesome that lasted 7 yrs, and only became caesar following falling out with his co-rulers, that didn't end too well for them). He was nominated as sole consul in 48BC, proclaimed dictator-for-life 4 years later. This didn't turn out to be very long at all, a plot by the Senate lead to his assassination within a few short months (et tois Brutus!). A failed attempt to revive the republic lead too a second threesome (no, not that type although this ...

With the Bruce-Moores in Rome

A travel blog entry by soperclan on Jun 28, 2013

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... in St Peter's we were amazed at the lack of a queue only to find that we were standing at the exit and the queue curved around the outside of the square under the shade provided by the covered archways. Using the formula that the queue apparently moves at about 100 metres every 10 minutes, we were looking at at least an hour in the queue. Given the temperature was in the mid-30s we decided against this. We thought we would try our luck at the Vatican Museum and ...