Domus Gordiani

Address: Via Olevano Romano 71, Rome, Lazio, 00171, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Prenestino Labicano area of Rome, is near Castelluccio, Caelian, Giglio, and Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso).
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    A travel blog entry by absabroad on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... After cooking in the heat a swim at Monterosso and a gelato was welcomed before heading home. The next day Ryan and I hired paddleboards and spend the day on the water at Riomaggiore exploring the seaside caves and jumping off the cliffs. Pisa/Florence: Heading south we had a quick stopover at Pisa and took the typical tourist photos of the tower before continuing onto Florence. Florence has quite grand architecture overall was a very artistic city. We enjoyed ...

    When in Rome!!!

    A travel blog entry by missliz on Feb 02, 2015

    ... but we followed Ellie through the city to see the other big sites throughout Rome. We walked to the Trevi fountain, unfortunately it was under restoration so we did not see the full fountain but they had a little bit of water at the front so we could still throw our coin in. They also had a walkway built over the fountain that you could go on. So I guess to look at it positively, how many people can say that they walked over the top of the Trevi fountain? We then went ...

    Florence or bust

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... Who was this bloke? Did he work for the railway? Was he just stealing our suitcase? Then I twigged that he was taking us to the Metro station. Next thing he's bought tickets and to the turnstiles he took us. I thought he'd be leaving us there so I grabbed some money to pay him for the tickets. He just shook his head and said he was coming with us. What a service! I couldn't believe it. We got through the turnstiles and down to the platform to wait for the Metro. Our guardian ...


    A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Sep 13, 2014

    ... made up a random price, I think it was 36e. We went into the touristy area to do a free walking tour, I went into sephora on the way and had a decent shop. The walking tour sucked, the guide had a really annoying voice, the group was giant, a lot of the attractions including the trevi fountain were closed for maitenance which was sad. We ditched the half way through. That night we were still full from lunch so we got some takeaway pizzas and beers ...

    Bonjourno Roma!

    A travel blog entry by lwesolow on May 29, 2014

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    ... for a while. Decided to ride the Metro back to save our tired feet a little. A rush hour metro in Rome is an experience for make really, really close friends. Got a little turned around from the subway exit, but found some nice Italian men who were willing to assist. Its time for a good night rest. We clocked over 17,000 steps with 8 miles. Two tired girls excited for our Vatican adventures tomorrow. ...