The Orange Grove At The Spanish Steps

Address: Via Laurina, Rome, Lazio, 186, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Campo Marzio area of Rome, is near Piazza del Popolo, Via Margutta, Via del Babuino and around, and Enoteca Buccone.
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First full day in Rome

A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 13, 2015

... proves it.

We next traveled to the Piazza Navona, home to the famous Quattro Fontane, a collection of late Renaissance fountains, representing the Goddesses Diana, Juno, and the Rivers Aniene and Tiber. The center of the Piazza has another fountain that supports yet another obelisk, called Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, the fountain of the four rivers. This fountain (or a replica of it) was used in the film Angels and Demons, as the site of Robert Langdon having one ...

Day 15: Rome

A travel blog entry by cematrudo on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 47 photos

... and after the gladiator times, it was used as a sort of encampment/fort. Very cool! After stopping at Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps, we grabbed a quick lunch and went back to the room to change for our afternoon in Vatican City. We arrived at St. Peter's and had just enough time to look around before we were allowed "special entry" to the cordoned off Apse just beyond the front altar, to attend 5PM Mass. The choir consisted of ...

Traces of ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... girls did some more shopping. After a slight detour to sample the gelato at Giolitti, one of Rome’s best-known gelaterias, we arrived at the Pantheon, which immediately impresses you with its appearance of antiquity.

The Pantheon is probably the best preserved of the original Roman temples, dating back to the 2nd-century AD, and its dome is a testament to the engineering skills of the ancient Romans. At the apex is ...

Pete!! Flush our pee!

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on May 11, 2014

6 photos

... what we like! The colosseum was bigger than I imagined but we all enjoyed walking round it and reading a bit about its history. After that we found ourselves a pub to sit in to chill out, before taking photos at night. 3 jugs of beer later it was dark enough, so we went to the colosseum again, back to the Trevi fountain as we thought it would be quiet.. It wasn't! Then back to the house, ready for an early rise tomorrow. I would also like to note, that some of my photos may only be ...

Agnostics survive Vatican City!

A travel blog entry by ckorwhite on Oct 17, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... dizzy from looking up, restless children. Reckon we were there about 5 minutes. But really was very special to see.

Last stop was St Peters Basilica. Photos just cannot do justice to the opulence and grandeur of the place. It's huge. Very impressive. Full of all the things stolen from Palatine Hill and the Colesseum.

Then walked all the way back. Had yummy dinner, a big gelato, then got started on the packing