La Dolce Vita

Address: Via Rasella 21, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barberini Palace, Fontana del Tritone, National Gallery of Ancient Art, and Galleria di Arte Antica.
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      Sunday, Day of Rest

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... work. Next I had breakfast of a sweet croissant and capucinno. This time I did it like a Roman and not a tourist. I declined a seat at a table and instead stood at the bar and consumed it. The cost was 2 Euros. If I had sat down it would have been a minimum of 5! See I'm learning! Then I hopped on the Metro and went to Spagna to see the Spanish Steps and just across from them the Via dei Condetti, the most expensive shopping street in Roma. So did I manage to ...

      Statues, paintings, and churches, oh my

      A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 11, 2014


      ... churches and walked the street Caravaggio frequented with Cordizans, mistresses of the wealthy. The stories were interesting comparing them to the Temple of Vestal Virgins of 2000 years ago we learned of yesterday. Did you know that the virgins were typically between 6 and 10 years of age and were selected by the Cardinals, Pope, or other big wigs. They had to remain a virgin until age 30 or they were killed. And 30 at ...

      Rome Day 2

      A travel blog entry by khegqui on May 14, 2014

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      Summary of the day: we saw a lot of stuff!

      The subway system here is much more English-friendly, so we were able to zip around to see everything in very little time.

      The Vatican was overwhelming to say the least. Pretty sure we went on a 'down day,' and it was still packed. Our tiny old tour guide provided us with headsets so we could ...

      When in Rome..

      A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on Apr 22, 2014

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      Once in Rome we got off the bus and started a 5 hour walking tour of the cities main sights. We saw the Roman gates, Spanish steps, Trevi fountain, pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, Roman forums, Capitoline museums and the Colosseum. We had a gelato break and topdeck bought us all ice cream at a gelato shop that had 150 flavours! The flavours including 14 different kinds of chocolate, kit kat, twix, Roche and a range of soy flavours. We walked up all 138 Spanish steps ...

      "WHAT!" Oh, we did need some sleep.

      A travel blog entry by kort_dougst on Dec 19, 2013

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      ... watching, and had a very good first meal at Caffeterria Tudini (pictures included). To our suprise they offered a gluten free noodle so we took them up on it, as good as ours at home.

      We have had no problem with the language, many people speak some variance of english and we are working on our Italian. Between the two we are getting by.