Hotel Nicholas

Address: Del Torraccio 223, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy | Inn
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    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Aug 23, 2015

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    ... from the outside, magnificent on the inside. All around Treve fountain and the Pantheon it is jam packed with people so a quick stop at a little cafe to purchase lunch and we dine on the steps of an out of the way church in the shade for a short rest.

    Walk up to the Museo Capitale and spend a bit of time inside the museum, so much to see and so little time. Back on the HOHO bus and get off at the Colosseum and skip the queues to ...

    Colosseum and Palatine Hill

    A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 16, 2015

    ... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">This evening we spent winding down in the hotel and eating at our favorite restaurant, Sapori d'Ischia, for the second time. I had pre-ordered the Rabbit entree and Dad had a grilled steak. We also had a mixed fresh cheese antipasti with some various salume and salad, and the lasagne as a pasta course. David (the owner) played the piano to a full restaurant of 8 tables, and his wife ...

    Day 9: Roma Antica

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

    47 photos

    ... poor, and not the rich. When you stand in the rear of the church the appropriate dimensions come to life. When you move to the front where the rich would sit and look back the painting is distorted. This dome is also unique and was painted because money became limited to the family paying for the construction. The lantern (style of architecture when an enclosed layer was added to the top eye of a dome) shifts side to side as you change where you stand! The dome is usually ...

    A little step down in Rome

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

    78 photos

    ... into something of extreme historical or religious significance. There are ruins, monuments, statues, basilicas, and fountains around every street corner, every one more beautiful than the next. It's frankly more than anyone could hope to absorb in a lifetime. But even though it can be a little overwhelming at times, meandering through the streets of Rome is a unique and rewarding experience.

    Our first outing was to the famous Villa Borghese park. ...

    The Coliseum

    A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Jun 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of its fine architectural detail over the years, it was still an awesome structure. No sooner had we walked alongside it, we noticed a dark and dramatic sky approaching. We made a "bee line" for the nearest cafe, just managing to get a seat before the heavens opened. The rain was heavy and thunder and lightning seemed to whip up a wind. Our fragile sanctuary was declared closed and denied anyone else entry - boy, we were ...