Crescenzio Terrace

Address: Via Crescenzio, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Auditorio Pio.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Bound for Pompeii

A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Jan 01, 2015

6 photos

... we get to Naples to find while we can get to Pompeii, we cannot get back that day - the local trains don't run past 1pm....gutted and grumpy we turn around and head back to Rome... Arriving in Rome we head for the Trevi fountain. Another bust. It's completely covered in scaffolding and can see a horses head and a hoof poking out. Still heaving but nothing to see even though you could walk across it on scaffolding. We declined and headed ...

Same Planet, Different Worlds

A travel blog entry by rachelellis on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

I was originally intending for this outlet to be a running, detailed journal of all my experiences here in Rome - but I'm too busy living all those experiences to ever feel like writing them down!
For now, I think I'll do a blog posts about some of the differences of Italian life, so that my friends and family back home can imagine living in Italy.

1. Electricity...
Is a high commodity in Italy - it imports electricity at ...


A travel blog entry by joephilpotts on Apr 01, 2014

4 photos

... are fantastic. Today we performed two west side story's and a sketch show in the afternoon. The students are of the 2nd grado which is 15/16 yr old. Students of this age in Italy are somewhat taller, manly and have harder attitudes but saying this, they are more respectable. Today both groups of Liceo showed great ambition and made the most of the experience - and some of the kids have big acting potential. The boy who played "Riff" in my ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by timemachine on Mar 30, 2014

118 photos

... Hill to check out the Roman Forum. It is all in ruins, but still nice to see.

Once we are done, we decided to walk from the Colosseum to our place since it’s a 15 min walk as opposed to transferring on the metro and dealing with the massive amount of people at the Termini stop. My feet were dying at this point from walking everywhere in flats, but I trooped on. When we finally arrived, we changed and relaxed for a bit before going ...

Day 18 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 09, 2013

2 comments, 29 photos

... century. The immense dome is over 48 metres high with a central oculus of 8 metres in diameter, which provided the only light in the circular temple below. The massive bronze doors weigh over 20 tons each. The portico has 16 white marble columns. The temple housed statues to the gods and animal sacrifices were carried out under the oculus. As Christianity spread throughout Rome, the temple fell into disrepair, and in 356, when public pagan worship was outlawed it ...