Hotel Mirage

Address: Via Milazzo 4/6, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Rome

          "No Pictures" Day

          A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 07, 2015

          ... food (Deb got a delicious smoothie and will try to return there in a couple of days), strolled through the big market (but want to save that to do more completely with Mom), and made our way back to the train station with just a "taste" of Florence, but looking forward to spending more time there soon. Our high-speed train arrived shortly and we were sent speeding at 150+ miles per hour across some of the most beautiful landscape I have ...

          Stroll Like A Roman

          A travel blog entry by clark64 on Jan 01, 2015

          4 photos

          ... how among the half broken columns and arches that this was once the centre of the civilized world and of everyday Roman life and how anything important that happened in Rome happened right here at the Forum. On the way home we stopped in at the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva which is the only gothic style church in all of Rome. Outside, an Egyptian obelisk sits atop an elephant sculpture by Bernini. Inside is ...

          "When in Rome!"

          A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Oct 21, 2014

          3 comments, 70 photos

          ... to my trusty guide book and goole hits I knew that going to the Forum first would save us a ton of time as the line ups at the Colosseum were meant to be nuts. So with only five people in front of us we quickly made our way through the line and into centre of Roman public life. It is said that the monuments build here were to commemorate the city’s great men and were the sites of triumphal processions, elections, public speeches, criminal triable and ...

          The Amazing Sistine Chapel and the Vatican

          A travel blog entry by djh1959 on Oct 17, 2014

          10 photos

          ... a little trattoria where we ate some very nice grilled seabass with rosemary potatoes. We returned to the Castel and spent an hour or so touring it. It is quite an impressive structure with stunning view from the ramparts at the top.

          Finally a long walk back to our hotel for a rest before dinner at Hostaria al Pantheon, right next door. We enjoyed sharing Polpette followed by grilled chicken and Crème ...

          Papal walking tour & the Vatican

          A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 21, 2014

          1 comment, 15 photos

          ... big ideas on huge things he could build. They had to work together at St Peters Basilica on the bronze altar that was all carved out. It's beronis mathematical skills that meant success but Bernini took all the credit. Over the years Beroni got more & more depressed trying to keep up with his rival that was always more popular. So eventually he commits suicide by running himself through with a sword. However it took him two days to die with the sword sticking ...