Suite Condotti 29 A.C. Hotels S.r.l.

Address: Via Del Condotti 29, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via del Corso, Via Condotti, East of Via del Corso, and Nuovo Olimpia.
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      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

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      Touristy things...gone awry!

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      So today was our first day off, so naturally we all slept in till about 12:30pm...not the best move but also the best move. After making coffee and eating some breakfast, we decided we wanted to visit the trevi fountain and the spanish steps. It took us about 35-40 minutes to walk there, but of course, we didn't mind since everythings so beautiful and new. We finally get there and it's frickin under renovation! No water, huge fence, suupperrr lammmeee! The spanish steps ...

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      ... The Museo, The Sisteen Chapel and of course The Gelateria. Kathryn 'Rome wasn't built in a day', 'so when in Rome' you begin to understand 'why all roads lead...' there! Yup 'Rome is pretty much an outdoor museum' (a Ryan quote) smushed into a busy metropolitan city. Loved it! Finally got to have Tirimusu and couldn't help but see how far away I could position myself to throw my coin into the Trevi fountain. You'd be pleased to know I didn't hit any of the 100s ...

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      ... you can blame her high school history teacher Mrs. Beatty if this is wrong). That said, what's also clear is art certainly benefited from all of this. If it wasn't for the patronage of the Pope and everyone who wanted to curry favor with the church, a lot of these great feats of human achievement - like Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel - wouldn't be here. Another unintentional benefit for mankind was the church's turning Roman ruins into places of Christian ...

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