Residence St. Andrew'S Garden

via della Camilluccia 180 B, Rome, Lazio, 00135, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the della Vittoria area of Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Grotta di Bossea, Foro Italico, and Bastia.
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    A day of flying and watching movies ... And Rome

    A travel blog entry by clgs on May 25, 2014

    5 comments, 18 photos

    ... about a time when she was maid to a family in Tokyo - it is set before, during and after the war and is well done. Then for something completely different I decided on The Lego Movie - I think silly and cute are the only words to describe it. Oh, okay, enjoyable too! I also watched a movie called The Invisible Woman about a young woman who was the mistress of Charles Dickens. It was okay but I found it a bit slow. I also watched ...

    Fountains, art, ruins and a French con-man

    A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 06, 2013

    20 photos

    ... for a fashion company that gave him samples to distribute for free. The catch however was that he then asked me for a “small donation” to help him buy fuel to get back to Paris. From Rome… Though at this point I probably should have just walked away with the bag of clothes, I insisted that I did not have any money and no, I did not wish to accompany him to a cash machine to get money out, at which point he took the bag back and went on his merry way. Shortly down ...

    Three days left!

    A travel blog entry by a88y3 on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment

    ... it's on, except all around you. We walked slowly past the Roman Forums, and on to the front of the Colosseum. You've all seen pictures of the Colosseum (well, I hope you have.) and I can tell you, it's way more domineering in real life. It's got a road, leading right up to the front, the only problem was it had scaffolding on it. Anyway....We walked to the back of fifty(ish) meter long queue (it was a massive queue! Bigger then any queue I've seen.) ...


    A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 20, 2013

    ... citadel strewn like the discarded stone imaginations of all children who dream themselves Emperors made real, real enough to touch the broken ends of pillars and walk around the mossy plinths, and even refill water bottles from the actual living springs that still babble forth heedless of the bygone centuries.

    Traveling forwards in time to the towering basilicas and underground early christian tombs of St. Clementine and San Giovanni, to the mighty arms of the ...

    A right wing experience

    A travel blog entry by tony.wood on May 06, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... those of you who have been (everyone except me it seems) will know. The whole city was absolutely packed when I ventured out from the Beehive (name of hostel) on Friday and seemed to get even busier in the bright sunshine on Saturday. I did the rounds, spanish steps, trevi fountain, circus maximus, vatican city, pantheum, but resolved to get up early to avoid the queuing to get into the Colosseum and walk around the Roman Forum site which is huge on ...