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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    Arch of Constantine

    A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 13, 2015

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    This arch is a celebration of Constantine's triumph over Maxentius at the battle of the Milvian Bridge. This was an important moment in history because it was said that Constantine had a vision before the battle in which he was told that he would be victorious if he fought under the sign of Christ. He followed this advice and won the battle which made him the sole ruler of the Empire. Constantine would go on ...

    Roman Holiday

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Sep 15, 2014

    57 photos

    ... find the old dwellings and garden. Its easy to get lost and you can go around in circles if you don't pay attention. We have seen a lot of ruins on this trip so we leave the Hill and head for the Forum.

    The Roman Forums are mainly the remains on the old columns and some of the residents of old emperors. I think they are a lot more photogenic than the hill. We get some cool cloud detail in the sky so we're happily snapping away. We farewell this area of Rome and go in search ...

    Living like the Romans

    A travel blog entry by alicia_renee on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... building. Once again the architecture completely blew my mind. It was a really cool ancient government building. It was awesome because that building is the inspiration for all of the US's government buildings. The thing I was most excited to see was the Trevi fountain and of course that was on our Caesar Shuffle. It was so beautiful. Pictures themselves cannot express how beautiful it was. I'm glad I got great pictures of it because it was so beautiful. We went to the ...

    Winding Up

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on May 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... are almost without traffic. Italian drivers do not speed, are more skilled, and more considerate to cyclists than we are used to. However in Italy they park in any direction, on angles, on pedestrian crossings, and leave their cars projecting into the path of cyclists. They also fling open the enormous doors on their tiny cars with gay abandon. Trains continue to be an excellent way of getting around with bikes, but some Regionale Veloce trains do not ...

    The Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Dec 26, 2013

    20 photos

    ... proportions and is nearly 2000 years old. It had been severely damaged by an earthquake in 847 and parts of the building's marble cladding were later used for the construction of other landmark buildings such as the St. Peter's Basilica and Palazzo Farnese. The Colosseum could accommodate 55,000 spectators who entered the building through no less than 80 entrances. It had 4 stories above ground The lowest story was ...