Domus Gordiani

Via Olevano Romano 71, Rome, Lazio, 00171, Italy | Lodge
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When in Rome; Don't lose your tour group.

A travel blog entry by mckensiehollar


... called G-bar because on thursdays they had good drink specials. It was an american bar so of course it was incredibly packed. After that we chilled at a place along the river called Malibu bar. It had pretty white wood around the edges and there were low-sitting chairs in the sand. We got to enjoy pina coladas on the beach tonight.

Borghese galleries

A travel blog entry by nicolawatts


... visit. Focus on Bernini and Caravaggio. But also wonderful canova - napoleons sister who married? Wonderful Raphael and titian. Raphael room also botticellis et al. And a striking Ghirlandaio portrait that wasn't mentioned anywhere. Other stuff: Vasari Weird van dyck (v ...

Hmmm... where are we again?

A travel blog entry by papadisu


... with no real plans. We just started walking and got lost a few times but ended up at the National Museum of Castel Sant Angelo. It was originally built between 123 and 139 as the monumental grave of the Roman Emperor Publio Elio Adriano. It has fantastic view of the city from the top.

From there we stopped for lunch of brushetta, pasta and salad. Yummy. Then headed to the Piaza Navona. We walked around, had ice cream then ...

Not just old stuff in Rome

A travel blog entry by bigbrowndog


... stuff going in.

It has been hot here so gelato has been on my mind a lot. I have eaten other stuff too particularly pizza and pasta. I love street food and consider quick take out as street food so all gelato shops and a bunch of pizza a taglio shops (pizza by the slice) are just that. These have been a favourite of mine also, not all of them just some of them. Some do cheap and nasty versions and some do ...

Rome - awww shiiittt

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne


... 1 coins means you will come back to Rome, 2 you will fall in love, 3 you will fall in love/marry a Roman. The fountain collects 3000 euro a day, the floor of it was sparkling with the coins! Crazy town. Next we went for a walk to the Pantheon, an old Pagan temple that was converted to a church. Story goes when Michelangelo was building St Peters basilica, he had an argument with the church and made the dome 1m smaller than the Pantheon. The pope only found out 5 years ...

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This lodge, located in the Prenestino Labicano area of Rome, is near Castelluccio, Giglio, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), and Caelian.
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