Suite Oriani

Address: Via Barnaba Oriani, 92 , Rome, Lazio, 00197, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Auditorium - Parco della Musica, Slap Savica, Julian Alps, and Parioli.
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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 18, 2015

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    ... the centuries to become more and more of a castle. This goes to show how Rome was forced to adapt after the fall of the Western Empire and in some cases convert ancient structures into something new as trying times demanded. It also demonstrates the growing power and importance of the pope as this castle was basically built as a protection for the pope in times of crisis. There is even a secret passageway leading from the Vatican into the castle that the Pope uses in such times.

    Roman Holiday

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... men heroes in this arena.

    Its after noon when we finish the tour and our tummies are grumbling. Off we go in search of an alleyway pizza place and we share a pizza to energise before we head to the Roman Forum.

    The sun has come out again so its hot hot hot. We decide just to wander around seeing whatever we see without any real plans. We end up around Palentine HIll first differentiated from the Roman Forum by its terracotta coloured buildings. Palantine Hill is where ...

    Living like the Romans

    A travel blog entry by alicia_renee on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... walking around the same grounds I was walking on. After the colosseum came the Roman Forum which was basically the ruins of the old Roman buildings and city. That was just as beautiful as the colosseum. It was crazy because we got to see the tomb where Julius Caesar was. All the architecture was so intricate and beautiful, and it's amazing that so long ago something that beautiful could be made with the technology they had. The pantheon was next on our "Caesar shuffle" and it was ...

    Winding Up

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on May 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... beautiful, and larger. What follows is a few thoughts about the trip, in no particular order, which I'll think about, and develop. It is simply amazing how much of Italy, and perhaps especially Umbria and Le Marche, is rugged, and wild. We probably spent most of our riding time in forest, in sight of peaks which were above the tree-line. Minor Roads in Umbria and Marche are often dreadful broken bitumen, and descents require concentration. On the other hand many ...

    The Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Dec 26, 2013

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    ... the sculptural decorations here had been removed from other monuments. The round medallions were taken from a temple dedicated to the Emperor Hadrian's lover, Antinous. Other pieces removed from the Forum of Trajan show Dacian prisoners captured in Trajan's war there. But overall the Arch still looks impressive to me. Next came the highlight of the day or should I say Rome? The Colosseum is an awe-inspiring elliptical amphitheatre ...