The Five Oscars Inn

Address: Via Milano 49, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Nazionale, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Palace of Exhibitions), Sant Andrea al Quirinale, and Teatro Eliseo.
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        Day 19

        A travel blog entry by jonewgrosh on May 25, 2015

        2 comments, 18 photos

        ... trattoria. Check out the picture of the car whizzing past as we eat...if you had your arm out at the wrong moment it would be taken off!! Scott and I share our first pizza in Italy!! Unfortunately we are accosted by numerous hawkers and we realise we will have to be very very firm in saying no as they turn on the Italian charm.

        Satisfied we set off and all of a sudden we turn a corner and there is the Trevi Fountain....under renovation. You can ...

        Day 184

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jan 31, 2015

        27 photos

        ... temple(now a church). The exterior with the exception of the grey marble columns made from single pieces, isn't very impressive, when you pass through the massive original bronze doors the interior is remarkable. The dome is the worlds largest unreinforced concrete dome, the walls and floors are all marbled in different marbles, it dates from 120 AD when Emperor Hadrian built over the original temple. In Ad 608 it ...

        All roads lead to...

        A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

        26 photos

        ... a celebration of life but it was creepy! Skulls and pelvises assembled in all sorts of shapes and patterns. You weren't allowed to take any pictures but I've put a couple on here that I found online just to illustrate the story.

        The tour had finished just after 6pm and next we had to head back to the hostel to pick up our bags and then catch the metro to the train station in time to catch the 7.30pm train to head to Naples. It was only a short detour on foot for us to ...

        Rome wasn't visited in a day..

        A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 16, 2014

        10 photos

        ... where there is a sanctuary or quiet area inside the building where priests and nuns would pray and meditate. It was lovely and quiet until Sue's iPhone app announced loudly to everyone there how far we walked that day and how fast we had done it. The guide was not impressed. Inside this quite plain church were two magnificent statues by Bernini - what treasures in unusual places! We went passed the oldest cafe in Rome (1750 I think). Sue and ...

        A slice of Eternity

        A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

        59 photos

        ... alabaster window, which Bernini seems to favour. It is a physical piece and there is plenty of space to view it as the church is relatively empty. We move on now with Tarquin's ravishing strides toward the Spanish Steps. This turns out to be one of the busiest places we have visited in Rome and it looks bloody untidy with bodies strewn all over the steps. Walking down you have to be careful not to step on a sitting or prone body. Now its on to the Trevi Fountain. ...