Address: Via della Croce 67, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Condotti, Caffe Greco, Augustus's Mausoleum (Mausoleo Augusteo), and East of Via del Corso.
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      Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 3

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... collapsed during the flood of 1598 and demolished at the end of 19th century; and Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II, a modern bridge connecting Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Borgo. Most of the city's public bridges were built in Classical or Renaissance style, but also ...

      More Orientation & My First Night Roman Adventure

      A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... I would try and then after lunch thought maybe I shouldnt. Definitely a thought I should have stuck with.

      We all went into a classroom and were handed a written test with fill in the blank questions on translating sentences, conjugating and answering questions in Italian. It was HARD!! After that was the oral exam, which I learned was based on your ability to understanding Italian and your attempts to work through anything you dont understand. ...

      The Christening day

      A travel blog entry by meladp on Apr 27, 2014

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      Picked up by Aldo and met at Alessio's house. Got to the church at 12 noon for Mass and Christening. After the Mass we went to a lovely restaurant for a long lunch. The church is a Marist church and the parish priest knows Fr Kev well. He has been to HH parish 2 times! We Aussies have a special connection/presence in Rome. George Pell bought a residence in the centre of Rome and converted it into a guest house for ...

      Goin' Roamin'

      A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Jan 07, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... large animal (I.e. bear, elephant, lion, tiger, wart hog, etc). The crowds were then given the cooked animals that were killed in the show as snacks (!) Talk about the original 'dinner theater'! And we learned the gladiator blood was mopped up and sold because it was thought to cure epilepsy! No wonder the church thought the Romans were barbarians. The animals that were imported for the 'show' were purposefully brought all the way from the other end of the ...

      Day 17 - Rome

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

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      ... outer wall is estimated to have required over 100,000 cubic meters (131,000 cu yd) of travertine stone which were set without mortar held together by 300 tons of iron clamps. However, it has suffered extensive damage over the centuries, with large segments having collapsed following earthquakes. The north side of the perimeter wall is still standing; the distinctive triangular brick wedges at each end are modern additions, having been constructed in the early 19th century to shore up ...