Crescenzio Terrace

Via Crescenzio, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Second day in Rome, Colosseum, Palatine, Forum

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley


... And beautiful and green. I wondered if any of these trees, or their recent ancestors, were around to see the Palatine alive.

We only saw a little of the forum but it looked huge and crazy and full of entertainment for these rich Palatine residents. We continued walking and saw more ruins, right in the middle of the new city. We stopped for lunch and took the metro home. A busy day and we covered a lot of ground!


Rome wrap-up: random observations

A travel blog entry by mjstein

1. There is no direct route to anything in Rome. Getting into or out of the city, or between destinations by car, feels like a random itinerary. 2. Certain aspects of Italian pop culture feel stuck in the late 80s: specifically, men are rockin' the popped-collar look, and the radio stations play Phil Collins & Journey. 3. Limoncello is often served at the end of a multi-course meal. We should adopt ...

Pope Francis

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins


... are required for the Mass and Wednesday Audience, but not for the Sunday Angelus. Prior Pope's have spent the months of July and August at the summer Papal residence, but Pope Francis (or Papa Francesco as he is called here) repeatedly shows he is a Pope of the people and has forgone this tradition and remained in Rome, thus how we were able to see him today. We weren't sure what to expect other than a crowd and heat and got plenty of ...

When in Rome... Do as Glenn Boyko Would

A travel blog entry by rhodes0t


... evening then headed to the Coliseum area to meet up with Glenn and his wife Pam. We had a bit of a tough time finding him so we just looked up to the sky and saw a light from the gods beaming down from the heavens on what could only be classified as a living replica of Zeus himself. As a flock of the most beautiful white doves parted, the pride and joy of Pilot Butte was revealed.

The Five of us went out and had a few drinks and a bite then we decided ...

Rome: overrated?

A travel blog entry by adrianrobert


... see no line anymore. Well at least outside the Vatican. Whilst on money and preying on tourist, throughout central Rome we kept running into man dressed as Caesar. Without as much as being asked, Caesar grabbed us and put Susie into a pose for a photograph. Quickly realizing this was a scam, we thought maybe a couple of €! Next thing you know Caesar is expecting €20 for his work! We parted with €10 and realized Caesar had embarked on "la dolce vita" (living ...


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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