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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A new year... starting in Rome!

A travel blog entry by brown_family on Jan 01, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... temple of Ramses II in Egypt and the Roman Circus Maximus racetrack. It was brought here in 1589. At the south end of the piazza are two churches which is where 3 main boulevards run through making a trident. Just past the east side is the Borghese Gardens. The piazza was busy with lots of people just hanging out enjoying the sunshine and the fact that it was about ten degrees warmer then yesterday. There were street entertainers, the ...

Back in Rome for more churches with Fr. Greg

A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jul 05, 2014

3 comments, 72 photos

... of Philip and James are located. We saw more wedding guests arriving at St. Cecilia's, the patroness of musicians, so we said a special prayer for Don and Meagan Flynn. Next to the altar there was a marble statue of St. Cecilia exactly as she was found (uncorrupted) in 1599 in the catacombs.

Our next church was a saint we had never heard of San Crisogono a martyr St. Chrysgonus. We saw a really hideous statue of him it looked like ...

Celebrazioni pasquali nella splendida Roma

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 23, 2014

10 photos

... which turned into a parade through the streets of Rome with people dressed in historical costumes. I later found out this was in celebration for Rome's 2767th birthday. I also found a brilliant orchestra playing at the Campidoglio which really brought the area to life.

I was told whilst in Rome I should try carbonara, but I have to say it wasn't the best I've ever had. I did however find a recommended gelato shop near Fontana de Trevi and the ...

Papa Francesco

A travel blog entry by nwegscheid on Feb 05, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

The Papal Audience was this Wednesday! We left campus at 5:45 am and sat out in pouring rain for 2 and a half hours for the pope to arrive. Completely worth it! He made his speech in italian and it was translated into numerous other languages. He drove around in his pope-mobile and kissed babies and waved to us! Fun fact: The Vatican is actually its own country with over 800 citizens.

Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

51 photos

... upon conclusion of the event or in an emergency evacuation, could permit their exit within only a few minutes. The name vomitoria derived from the Latin word for a rapid discharge, from which English derives the word vomit. Interior seating According to the Codex-Calendar of 354, the Colosseum could accommodate 87,000 people, although modern estimates put the figure at around 50,000. They were seated in a tiered arrangement that reflected the rigidly stratified nature of Roman ...