Portrait Roma

Address: Via Bocca di Leone, 23, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Caffe Greco, Via Condotti, Barcaccia Fountain, and Keats-Shelley House.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    On the Move Helping People Understand the Bible

    A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Jun 23, 2015

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    In how many languages can you say "Emmaus?"

    It felt like we heard every possible variation and accent for the word as Emmaus Directors from 13 European Countries got together for a conference designed to encourage and teach one another about the Emmaus work.

    Each country had 15 minutes to quickly tell what they were doing, what problems they had, how they were overcoming them, and where they believed the Lord was moving the work ...

    The Fight Begins

    A travel blog entry by arias.10 on May 05, 2015

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    ... this tiring challenge, we decided to explore the city and follow the crowds. While exploring we got lost and ended up going in circles without even knowing. We past the same things so many times we were able to create a mental map (how individuals organize space around them in their minds) of the area. A tourist had asked us where something close by was and we were so honored to tell them like we had known the city ...

    Sunday at the Forum

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... the Senate built after the Emperor’s death in memory of conquest of Jerusalem (70 AD). On the inside of the arch are two fine bas-reliefs, the Emperor on his triumphal chariot and the procession of Jewish prisoners carrying a seven-branched candelabrum. There are many ruins of building and if you knew the history of the Roman Forum ruins you would know the history of Rome.

    The Palatine Hill is one of the seven hills in Rome and was epicenter. According ...

    DAY 1! Rome/Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 06, 2014

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    Once we headed outside, Hayley had told us of the circle found on St Peter's Square where you stand and it appears that the four rows of columns have become just one row. It is fascinating that this was all done without the aid of any of our sophisticated tools or technology we have today.

    We did not climb to the top of the church today. We were overdressed to accommodate the dress code rules, feeling the jet lag and we ...

    Rome in the day

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 10, 2014

    16 photos

    ... the building up. It's pretty unreal to know how old these pillars are. Our guide continues giving us history as we wanderer through the paths and into the arena. It’s very quiet in here, with vines and moss growing through the building. Such contrast to the terror and death that occurred centre stage long ago.

    My fun fact for the day that I took away was that the Colosseum could empty its full house of 55,000 people in 8 minutes. There are ...