Crescenzio Terrace

Via Crescenzio, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy | Inn
 

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Rome in the day

A travel blog entry by rachbritton

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... sporting venues today that could take a lesson here. I do love the efficiency of the Romans. I guess there is a very good reason why their buildings are still standing hundreds of years later.

After the tour we were given the opportunity to explore the Colosseum further, but I took the time to depart from the group and spend the afternoon on my own. I walked up the Piazza Venezia and had hot chocolate on the top, over looking all of Rome. I ...

Traveling Woes

A travel blog entry by travelingsmith

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... is a quaint five-room B&B that Brian and Mom had stayed in back in 2008. We put our limited belongings down and went in search for clothes and a snack. We wandered into a nearby pizzeria and split red and white authentic Italian pizzas. Feeling rejuvenated, we walked the five blocks to the Spanish Steps and Piazza di Spagna. We picked up some necessity clothing items and headed back to the hotel to shower before dinner. Dinner was a ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by katiepresnell

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Rome was absolutely spectacular. We had a bus tour and a 3 hour walking tour on Friday to see the city, the outside of the Colosseum, Trevi fountain, Pantheon, the first mall in the world, and more! Then Saturday we went to Vatican city where we saw St. Peter's Basilica, Sistine chapel, Vatican necropolis (Tombs underneath St. Peter's Basilica) and more. ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by karina.evans93

... bus and Bec walked us around to some more of the tourist attractions. We went to the Fontana de trevi (the trevi fountain) it was chaotic there were people everywhere. I threw in two coins because one is for the wish and the other means that some day you will come back to Rome (which I plan on doing). We went to the pantheon which was amazing. It started raining and there is a hole in the middle of the roof and the rain look ...

Colosseum, Roman Forums

A travel blog entry by untruenorth

... tickets and two electronic audio guides were soon within our sticky grasp, and we were off. The maps and signage are terrible, so we found ourselves taking the wrong route around the place compared to the audio guide, but no matter: it's astonishing. Again; there's little I can really say to convey the enormity of the place, and the amazing construction and efficiency of it as a high-capacity seated stadium. Photos will have to ...

Location

This inn, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Statua di Santa Caterina.
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