La Rovere

Vicolo Sant'Onofrio 4/5, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Hotel
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Angry Russian Women at the Rome airport.....

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog


... tired and didn't want to just get out of there. One woman had a tiny little dog in a carry container that every now and then would let out a scared little yap, another (sounding like an Angry Russian Woman!) was abusing her at the top of her voice telling her how she should keep that dog away from everyone in case it bit a child - other than the fact that there was no other way of exiting that room in the airport, that poor little dog was probably ...

Bellissimo Italia!

A travel blog entry by amyrayleen


... train we realized it was burning up outside, so instead of walking around with all our luggage in 82 degree weather, we caught a taxi and boy was that a ride! Taxi drivers here are insane. For one there aren't any lines in the road to help you drive and two they go down those small narrow cobble stone streets. I was trying to look out the windows and hold on for dear life. At one point I started to laugh and our taxi driver (who doesn't speak much English) said "We drive crazy in ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... with architecture and designed it together with Apollodorus of Damascus, a famous Greek architect of the time who unfortunately was executed by order of the Emperor, because of an argument about the design of the temple.

The most fascinating part of the Pantheon is its giant dome, with its famous hole in the top (The eye of the Pantheon, or oculus). To my mathematician friends you will love this. The dome was the largest in the world for 1300 years and until today it ...

Renaissance and Ruins

A travel blog entry by fannyandshawn


... seen". Only when you are there and are in this surprisingly intimate space that it makes sense and you understand. Then yesterday was ruins. We walked from our apartment past the Circus Maximus, under the remains of the aqueduct and towards The Palatine hill, where Rome began. From there it was a walk though the Forum to the Colosseum. All in all six hours of walking and being on our feet (with ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by neumannm


Rome is where we spent most of our time. Unlike the typical tourist to Rome --a whirlwind three-day tour in the heat of summer, running from fountain to ruin to piazza -- we let Rome seep into our bones. We weren't in a rush. Thus much of our experience in Rome was about everyday life: buying the flowers from the guy at the corner of our building, morning shopping at the market, the walk along Appia Nuova to Italian class, a café at the break, swimming at the palestra ...

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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, Wonderfool, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Corsia Sistina.
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