Suite Oriani

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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    Lupo, the Wedding Cake and home-cooked Italian

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 09, 2014

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    ... journey to the Capitoline Museum. The museum is situated on Capitoline Hill, occupying two buildings in a horseshoe shaped configuration. The third, the Senatorial Palace, sits on top the Tabularium, a corridor which forms an underground connection between the two buildings of the museum. The current piazza that is Capitoline Hill today, or Piazza del Campidoglio, was designed by Michelangelo, and ultimately completed after his death. A long sets of steps takes you ...

    We've seen soooooooo much!

    A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 16, 2013

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    ... church. This piece did not only involve a sculpture but as well as a painting, light, and other smaller sculptures working together for maximum effect. This is called bel composto. Bernini was an expert in creating drapery in his sculptures. The drapery allowed for dark and light effects within the sculpture itself. We then walked up a flight of a stairs and made our way into the room where Saint Francis of Assisi lived his life. ...

    A big Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Sep 20, 2013

    ... by other intelligent beings. The Roman Inquisition found him guilty of heresy and he was burned at the stake in Camp di Fiori. Always find it interesting how people don't question this sort of brutal past in the name of the religion just across the river from St Peters.

    After the obligatory purchases of food, keyrings (Bianca) and not much else of value, we hopped the bus again and headed down to Piazza Venezia. Our first stop was the ...

    The last full day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by rhino25 on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... a square we saw a tram stop so we decided to catch a tram, just because we had not used the trams so far. After a few stops we got off and transferred to the Metro and went to St. Paul's station. This journey was so that we could visit St. Paul's Without the Walls. Before we entered we had a late lunch sitting in the square looking at the side of the church near one of the historic roads of Rome, the Via Ostiense. After our break we went round to the front ...

    What a day

    A travel blog entry by solo2013 on May 13, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... about French-speaking people is that they speak it even when you are supposed to speak English. This was the case in Canada and France. When they would of course address me in English because they knew that I was an American plane.

    Passing through three different countries in the short amount of time was interesting, to say the least. The three different accents were so different from each other. I had to say, ...