Grand Bed & Breakfast Suite e Appartementi Di Roma

Address: Via Gerolamo Cardano, 122, Rome, Lazio, 146, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Portuense area of Rome, is near The Time Elevator, Salotto 42, Museo Centrale Di Montemartini, and Art Center Acea.
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        ... security that the line snakes all the way around both sides of the colonnade - never have I seen such crowds with the exception of a morning when the pope is coming out (this is NOT that day). I knew Rome was crowded but we have been managing to avoid the thick of things for the most part. So, we find our way to the bus stop to get ourselves to Trastevere, a neighborhood on the opposite side of the Tiber River.

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        A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on May 16, 2014

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        ... feat of engineering design and construction work, with huge identical coffers indented around the inside to perfect symmetrical perspective. At the very top is an oculus at 5m wide, which opens to the heavens allowing a natural column of light to illuminate the circular room and recesses throughout, with incredible light shows at auspicious times of the year. Having been a temple to *all* the gods for a good 600 years, the Church soon appropriated it after the gift of ...

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        A travel blog entry by vagari on Dec 03, 2013

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