Le Tre Suites

Address: VIA DELLE TRE MADONNE, 6, Rome, Lazio, 00197, Italy | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Borghese Gallery (Galleria Borghese), Borghese Gardens, Bioparco, and National Gallery of Modern Art (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna).
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Reflective Questions Week 1

A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 05, 2015

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... of Rome. It is incredible! I am taking Caput Mundi which is a history class and Christian Art and Architecture. For Caput Mundi we went to the Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museum) for class. The museum was built over what used to be the foundation of Jupiter's Temple in 600 B.C. For Christian Art and Architecture we got to tour the Catacombs of St. Priscilla which is home to the oldest painting of the Madonna in history. The catacombs were used to bury Christians ...

All roads lead to...

A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

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... transport to and from each place by bus and a guide. The first sight was a trip to the catacombs. Located outside the city walls is a site of nearly 300km of underground tunnels that were used as burial chambers by Rome’s early Christians. We went below ground with our guide to visit the largest one – Catacomb di Santa Domitilla – and marveled at the treasures that lie deep beneath the city. Christianity was once banned in Rome and so the catacombs provided a ...

Roman history ... lots of marble involved!

A travel blog entry by clgs on May 28, 2014

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... manic than it was in the past. Is that possible? Or is it just that Melbourne's traffic has grown more chaotic and frantic by comparison? Discuss. Whatever the answer it does seem more ordered and polite than before. Having said that, the Italians are still happy to park wherever they feel like stopping! The Colosseum was duly found and, as per expectations, was half covered in scaffolding. It was bright and clean in the sunshine, a crumbling monument to ...

The Vatican Museums, Pantheon, and Italian Popo

A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 17, 2014

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... in the flayed skin of St Bartholomew, below Jesus. That flayed skin was seriously disturbing. I guess Michelangelo was pretty tired out towards his end of the 25 years he took painting the ceiling. It would have had bee absolute agony being on his back all the time way up there painting that. I really should learn how to spend time absorbing the masterpiece rather than snapping away pictures.

We then went inside the St. Peter’s Basilica. In this Basilica is ...

Exploring the height of the Empire

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Sep 27, 2013

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... Let’s just say the audio guide really didn’t help, but the remains of the Coliseum spoke enough about the life and events of its history to make it an impressive site to see and experience.

Our entry ticket also included admission to Palatino Hill, the suburb just across the road from the Coliseum, and said to be the home of the rich, famous and politically powerful during the height of Roman rule. ...

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