Hotel Saint Martin

Address: Via San Martino della Battaglia 11, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 1 star hotel
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Amsterdam & Rome feat le nouvel an

A travel blog entry by natenicho on Dec 28, 2014

... being Gladiator (now we all know why Rusty enjoyed leather so much), the second clearly being The Lizzie McGuire movie. I’m not sure who hated it more, James or Emma but it was worth viewing just for their reactions nonetheless.

The next day was the big event. We arrived at St Peter’s Square around 9am and were very surprised that it only took us about 20mins to get in given the horror stories we had heard. It was another one of those grand (yet ...

Orvieto & Assisi

A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... celebrations which were still a big thing when I was going to school but have faded in Australia while still being celebrated in other parts of the world. Of course a cathedral was built there and a very impressive building it is. I willingly paid my 3 Euros to have a look through. Magnificent art work - paintings, sculpture and particularly frescos - all dating from the Middle Ages. The altar cloth is on display on a side altar. We had ...

Perfect Day in Rome: Tartufo, Piazzas & Basilicas

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 28, 2014

25 photos

... into a 17th century papal palace.

Today, just eleven of the original granite Corinthian columns remain, each pock marked with the many fixing holes for the original marble covering. The building currently houses the Borsa Valori di Roma, Rome's Stock Exchange.


The first Church of St Ignatius was the brain child of St Ignatius in 1551 to found a "School ...

A Beautiful City!

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

9 comments, 80 photos

... where the places of note were. The traffic seemed slower today in the rain, but none the less it was bumper to bumper and no sign that there were any rules! There are no lanes marked and people seem to squeeze cars into the smallest gaps, or even where there are no gaps. Most cars are tiny and the double decker buses tower over them all. There seems no intimidation though... even the thousands of motor scooters that travel the roads seem to have no fear! ...

Fountains, art, ruins and a French con-man

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 06, 2013

20 photos

Friday 6/12
Into town early on the metro, I got out at the Colosseum, stunned upon walking out of the station and it being just across the street. After a walk around this and the Arch of Constantine, both covered with quite a bit of scaffolding (presumably not there during the tourist season) I had a peek at the ruins of the Palatine from the entrance, then got some great views of its courtyards of pillars, arches and ruined Roman forum, from ...