Residenza Domizia Smart Design

Address: Via Gregoriana 23, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna), Caffe Greco, Barcaccia Fountain, and Keats-Shelley House.
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      New Years Eve In Rome

      A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Dec 31, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... waited on the crowded platform for a few minutes until the train arrived. As the doors opened we all piled into the train, and that's when it happened. I am my mothers daughter, so the entire trip, no matter how crowded it is, I put my hand over the zipper tab on my purse when it's closed. Turns out that wouldn't have helped because I didn't realize someone had their hand under mine until I felt the tug on my strap. The unsuspecting thief didn't know my sister bought me a pacsafe ...

      3rd Day in Rome: Ancient Rome

      A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 13, 2014

      34 photos

      ... br>

      Having to leave the Foro Romano too early, we went up to Mount Capitolino to find the famous Loba Capitolina (wolf) who raised Romulo and Remo, the founders of the city. From the mount there was a complete view of the Foro, with that bird who wanted to appear in the photo (and many other tourists' photos).

      On the top of the mount, there's a ...


      A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on Apr 24, 2014

      80 photos

      ... take the metro, but Rome has a pretty poor metro system because any underground tunnels usually run into roman ruins. As a result, there are only two metro lines, one running north-south and one running east-west. These two lines only cross at one station which is the metro stop closest to our hotel. We got prepared in the morning to go and our professor warned us to shed all concepts of personal space for this trip. It was INSANITY. We first went to go buy our tickets, but ...

      From St. Francis to the Colosseum!

      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Mar 12, 2014

      1 comment

      ... an hour after getting there we were back on the bus and headed to dinner. After that, we did a bus tour of the highlights of Rome. When the Colosseum came into view there were some pretty excited kids and chaperones on the bus, we finished up another stellar day by visiting the Piazza Navonna, and the Trevi Fountain. Many coins were tossed and wishes made. Fatigue has set in so there will be no picture added tonight. All the kids are well and have been wonderful! Off to ...

      Day 17 - Rome

      A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

      51 photos

      ... run along its foundations and around the borders of the basin. The main sculpture is a magnificent statue of Oceanus riding in an oyster-shell chariot, pulled by sea horses and guided by two tritons. On one side of Oceanus is a statue of Abundance holding an urn, on his other side it Salubrity holding a cup for a snake to drink from. Over the statues is a bas relief depicting the legend of how a young virgin led Roman technicians to the source of the spring at feeds the Aqua ...