Relais Chigi

Largo Chigi, 5, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
 

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The "Caesar Shuffle"

A travel blog entry by kristen19

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... The pantheon is simply one of the many structures where one can see just how skilled the roman architects were. It's a gorgeous building with an rounded open ceiling. From there we made our way to the famed trevi fountain. The fountain was beautiful. Most of us took turns throwing coins into the fountain and making wishes. It was incredibly crowded though so we didn't spend much time there. We then made our way ...

Marching like Roman soldiers

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... headquarters gate, which gives you a hedge-framed view of St. Peter’s dome. It was a special little experience.

For dinner we visited Maccheroni, where Michelle Obama ate on one of her Rome trips. I had a chicken dish, and Joanna got some delicious tortellini. We felt like it was a very authentic, understated and classy place.

Some observations about Rome to finish...
One, there are many beggars. Some have their children with them, some have their dogs. ...

We got our first taste of real Italian Pizza

A travel blog entry by rome_aq

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... said it was acceptable to eat a whole pizza by myself!! Don't mind if I do!! haha

We left the restaurant and headed towards St. John Lateran Church for a concert of Dante's Divine Comedy. The church was the first church inside the Roman walls. Anything inside the Roman walls were considered sacred. The nickname of the church is "The Popes Church". We walked in and the place is full of people sitting, standing, and wondering around listening ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by schweetbix

... Vatican; it's the vatican. There's a lot to see and the don't give you the time to see it it. The Sistene Chapel is amazing, the attempts to cover the people's nudity is hilarious, and the atmosphere probably isn't as reverent as religion would hope. But it's on the world's bucket list so why not. After that we grabbed some lunch and went through a few laneways filled with amazing vintage costume jewelry, antiques and the like. Tempted doesn't even cover it! Then on to the most ...

Rome - Museum and Churches

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve

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... original mosaics. After about an hour and a half, I was totally done with all that history. Steve could have stayed all day. Next we went to the largest public bathhouse in Rome and Saint Maria degil Angeli Church. Both were very fascinating. After that, we walked through this great little neighborhood to get to the Pope's church, San Giovanni Laterano. Oh my ...

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This hotel, located in the Trevi area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), The Church of Sant'Ignazio, Via del Corso, and Column of Marcus Aurelius.
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