A. Rivederci Roma

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 251, Rome, Lazio, 186, Italy | 4 star inn
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Location

This 4 star inn, located in the Ponte area of Rome, is near Via Giulia, Chiesa Nuova, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Teatro dell'Orologio.
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    Rome!

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 63 photos

    ... St. Angelo. And, though it was mid-morning, there wasn't a line. The Fortress was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian (AD130-139), but it has quite a checkered past from being a papal residence, to storing massive reserves of food, water and wine, to holding prisoners and being the place for executions. There was also a covered walkway which allowed popes to be able walk between their residence and the Vatican. Today, it is also a museum for various exhibits.

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    Dream Destination

    A travel blog entry by emanijanee on Apr 20, 2014

    Dear Diary,

    I have always dreamed of visiting a place where authenticity of culture, religion and customs was a major part of the day to day living. I was brought up in a religious surrounding and swear by my soul food and family dinners. I have always wanted to visit Rome, Italy because it was place that shared some of the same tradition and teachings but in a different way. I love how Italians put their heart and soul into their cooking and making sure there is as ...

    Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

    66 photos

    ... city in the future.

    We spent an afternoon roaming the ancient streets, peering into the remains of dwellings and visiting the forum and the amphitheatre, with its great floor mosaics around the audience zone. The ancient amphitheatre, where entertainments were held back in the day, has been rejuvenated and nowadays is the venue for a summer festival season. The wheel has turned full circle, with the ghosts of ancient thespians mingling ...

    Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... Giovanni dei Laterna, although the stop before that was the one we actually wanted as it was beside the Metro which we then took to Cipro to walk the ten minutes to the Vatican Museum entrance. We arrived at 12:30 so sat there and ate our rolls for lunch. I had pre-bought the ticket for 1pm entry as this skipped the queue, costing an extra €4 each. Ha! There was no queue at all!!! This was incredible as when we were in the museum there were throngs of people & that was ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... wedding cake " building. So many ruins and sculptures at every turn. Now I have to tell you that walking across a pedestrian crossing in Italy is an experience. You have to take a leap of faith , eyeball the driver and just walkout into the road .... No one will stop while you standing on the foot path. The round-abouts do not have lanes ( the same at the Arch-de-Triumph in Paris ) so it looks like total chaos ... Well it is total chaos!!! Dinner that night was ...