Portrait Roma

Address: Via Bocca di Leone, 23, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Condotti, Caffe Greco, Barcaccia Fountain, and Keats-Shelley House.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Scaffolding City

    A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Jan 03, 2015

    3 photos

    ... off down the main street through the oldest area of the city, before popping back off at our apartment.

    The final area for us to visit was the northern part of the city, where the Spanish steps are located, getting an ice cream on the way. The area around the Spanish steps was evidently the shopping district of the city, and the steps themselves were full of tourists, and again ...

    Rome, Italy

    A travel blog entry by benbrydie on Sep 17, 2014

    10 photos

    It took us some time to get into Rome Traveling transport of many a sort A good thirty hours on busses and trains And an overnight ferry to port We slept on the floor and we slept on a couch A tight spooning sleep, what a squeeze The boat overcrowded with bodies on deck And to top it all off we got fleas Our time spent in Rome was a leisurely one Bedding early and rising midday There's no need to rush when you pre book your pass You ...

    Rome: the last days

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

    16 photos

    ... filled with joy and pleasure. When Brother Maurus realised that I knew all the stories, he started to share things with me that went beyond a simple art tour. He turned on lights, showed where they had imprisoned the devil (very amusing to us today but quite real in earlier, more literal days). He opened doors to rooms not normally shown. I had not seen any signs forbidding photography so had been taking photos until Brother Maurus told me that normally photos were ...

    The Consulate trip

    A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on May 05, 2014

    ... that money, all that everything .... For nothing... We headed back to the hotel in a state of numbness.. But I had a plan. It was about 11pm Sydney time, no problem, My son Chris should still be up, after all he has a new baby now, that should keep them up all night.. So I called, and called and called.. Nothing, then on about the seventy eighth call, he finally answered, groggily. I told him my predicament and asked hi if he could go to the Births, Deaths ...

    Rome: History, Culture & Culinary Delights

    A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 30, 2013

    3 comments, 47 photos

    ... just where to take the shortcuts to bring us to points with spectacular views. Another place almost too big to photograph. The Colosseum could seat 50,000 spectators and was the venue for fights between gladiators and wild beasts. Below the arena floor was a network of passageways, elevators and trap doors where they could quickly change scenery, bring in exotic animals, and introduce warriors. It was a large production to rival ...