The Condottieri

Via Sampietro di Bastelica 81, Rome, Lazio, 00177, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $86.00

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Full day walking Rome

A travel blog entry by douglasmad815


... but exhausted.
Once again I've not posted any pix, but don't give up on me tomorrow I'll look for a cyber place to post pictures and maybe expand on our trip. I'm posting this from my Kindle, but I'm trying yo post some pix to Facebook from my little phone.
So far this last two days have been very exciting and full. The Rico's leave tomorrow for Croatia, we'll miss them, we'll be in Tome for a few more days before heading to ...

First 1/2 year in Rome- Random iPhone Pics

A travel blog entry by schipper


Ciao Everyone-

A belated 'Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo!' The last few weeks have been crazy busy with my students taking exams, and ME taking exams! Yes, I spent the last few weeks preparing for my Written and Oral Qualification exams for my doctorate degree and this past week traveled to Florida to do my Oral ...

Ciao! Sono in Roma!

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


... women spend hours trying to straighten. I feel in love with Italy in October 1999. It wasn’t when I signed up for Italian lessons, nor was it when I started dating the greatest love of my life, and it especially wasn’t when I first set foot in Italy. It was when I first watched Il Postino. I nearly teared when I found a vintage poster of the movie today. I desperately tried to look for something evoking Cinema Paradiso, but in vain. I should ...

The final days in Rome

A travel blog entry by emand


... happily taking them away towards their home. Having seen them before reaching the garden, I was wondering what kind of fruit shop woud be ridden in what seemed a less walked area of the city.

But, our trip must go on and so we prepared for the voyage. But, of course, not before having a coffee with mom and… a gelato!! Life couldn’t be sweeter or more bitter – depends on your preference.

Now on to France!!!

Last Day in Italy

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... Party. We find the poets graves although we cannot claim to be poetic readers. Keats died in his twenties, mostly unknown and wanted to have an unnamed stone, so it just says here lies a young English poet whose name was writ in water. We also find another grave that is dedicated by a Captain to his ships crew who perished. It is a very interesting cemetery with many of the stones telling a short story about the deceased. Leaving the cemetery, we walk into a ...


This hotel, located in the Prenestino Labicano area of Rome, is near Castelluccio, Roman Walls, Esquiline, and Caelian.
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