Hotel Robinson

Address: 3 Via Milazzo, Rome, Lazio, 100185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Amsterdam & Rome feat le nouvel an

    A travel blog entry by natenicho on Dec 28, 2014

    ... around that time of year. We came to realise that most of the smaller fireworks were mere crackers and couldn’t cause too much harm but I tell you it was hard to remember that at 11.58pm when there were hundreds of them exploding in your face as you clambered to not get separated from your nearest and dearest. When the clock finally did strike 12, the exhibition we witnessed was easily the best display I could have ever dreamed of. To think mum, how much I used to cry at ...

    Bodies & Bones

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... as the Pagans did. As a persecuted sect they were not allowed to bury their dead within the city walls so had go outside and came up with the novel idea of digging down several levels and constructing tunnels. Fortunately the rock is volcanic ash and quite soft. Along the tunnels walls they carved niches. The bodies were placed inside and then the niche was closed up with a slab of marble. There are many tiny niches for babies and over 50% of those buried were under ten. In ...

    Perfect Day in Rome: Tartufo, Piazzas & Basilicas

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 28, 2014

    25 photos

    ... blow you away with the long and complex history of Rome city.

    The erection of complexes in the area of where the Pantheon sits, began after Augustus' victory over Marc Antony and Cleopatra in 31 BC. The original Pantheon is thought to have been founded between 27 and 25 BC and dedicated to Venus, Mars and the divine Julius (Caesar). In its current form however, the Pantheon dates to around AD 120 when the Emperor Hadrian built over ...

    A Beautiful City!

    A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on May 23, 2014

    9 comments, 80 photos

    Our day started early - for some - well, one really!

    Lynda was up & ready for some morning air & a walk. She headed off about 6am and walked to the Spanish Steps for a look. It was a little damp when she left but that did not deter her. After some gentle? exercise, up & down the steps, she headed back, ready to continue our adventure.

    The rain started to get heavier as we wandered down Via Viminale to another local restaurant, looking ...

    Another flea market, then cooking my first meal

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 29, 2013

    35 photos

    ... supposed to be vintage items, and maybe it all was; I just kept thinking that all of Linda’s things that we gave away last summer would have fit right in here. There were lots of clothes (jackets, dresses, pants, shirts, everything), but also shoes and jewelry, bedding, lots of purses. There were tables full of trinkets like frames, and vases, silverware, perfume bottles, even old cameras. I didn't spend any money on ...