Casil Tri L/149

Piazza di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... that little cameo made it a huge attraction, so they moved it and put it inside the porch of a church, and there was a massive line in front of it. It was also kind of a struggle for our little group to find, so once we did we were a little disappointed, and decided not to wait for half an hour to take pictures. I did see it though, through the bars on the porch thing. The rest of the night followed the typical hang out and eat dinner schedule, except for ...

Roman Colosseum

A travel blog entry by jacquichap


... and finished by 80AD by his son Titus, who opened the monument with a hundred days of games (before this similar events were held at the Circus Maximus, for you oldies that have seen Ben Hur you will be familiar with this one, although not as grand in scale). The colosseum, was originally titled the Flavian amphitheatre. Pictures will give you a much better perspective of how awesome this place is, much better than my thousand words possibly could, truly ...

Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego


... families buried their dead outside the city walls), the warehouses where they stored goods delivered to the port via ships, the Baths of Neptune, a theater, the city square, the mill, apartment buildings, and a tavern (with intact shelves, sink, and bar area). It was way cool!

On the way back to our apartment, we visited the Capuchin Crypts, which the kids loved and we adults found interesting. Who would have thought to take ...

Rome city of churches

A travel blog entry by jimcolsimpson


... plans to excavate for an underground carpark, they dig up old ancient Roman ruins, and then have to hand over the site to the Archaeologists. Parking is also at a premium, drivers park their scooters, cars, etc. anywhere, on street corners, in drive ways, They park so close to each other and block each other in, I have no idea how one is supposed to move their vehicle if they need to get out. There are also a lot of smart cars ...

Vatican, Sistine and St. Peters.

A travel blog entry by tpelaia


... for the highest point so I left. I have a feeling I missed it. Signage is not the greatest and traveling alone can be frustrating at times. I guess I will have to do it next time I'm here.

I'm almost at the ticket booth. I will report on the rest later.

I walked forever through the various chapels and hallways displaying tapestries, paintings, murals, statues and artifacts. Everywhere you looked there were ...


This inn, located in the Esquilino area of Rome, is near Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Roman Walls, Porta Maggiore, and Villa Wolkonsky.
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