Casa Montani

Piazzale Flaminio 9, Rome, Lazio, 00196, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $251.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Ecce Romani

A travel blog entry by santillana95


... at the restaurant we ate at for our last dinner in Rome was Peruvian and and lived in Rome for 2 years. I love meeting people in other countries, especially when they themselves are country different from that which we are in. I think the small things like that, encountering a waiter from a different country, are the trademarks of globalization and reflect the death of distance. Rome was a magical city and despite its economic plight at the moment, will continue to be for the years to come. ...

I knew I'd be back to Rome

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier


... wooden door architecture. It's so interacting how structures are just built on one another. It's like there are layers of civilization. Inside this church you can see a column coming out of the floor. It is from something else that was there before the church. In the same area there is this key hole that you look through and can see this corridor of trees then at the end the top of a basilica. It was a bit strange wen the guide was like, "ok now look through here". Everyone ...

Naples – Not a Pickpocket in Sight

A travel blog entry by sntj


... north from Naples to Ardea was nothing if not interesting. The weather had changed back to overcast and that morning gave us the added fun of gale-force winds, gusting up to 150 kmh. Driving on the highways was a little tricky and it paid to stay in the centre of the three lanes so that you weren’t being confronted [as much] by/had more time to avoid fallen trees, flying signs, etc. When diverting off the highway to visit towns, however, the ...

Went to Sacre - Coeur and Montmartre

A travel blog entry by chrissimonic


Day 33 Got in a taxi to go to Montmartre and Sacre- Coeur ( to tied to walk it after yesterday) when we arrived we caught the Funicular up the hill, so much easier than walking up all those stairs. On arriving we were in a small village, high up looking down on the city of Paris there is Sacre -Coeur the dome of the Basilique is white and visible across the city and the cobble stone streets of the village was the home to famous painters such as Manet, ...

Rome in a day

A travel blog entry by blood13


... couple of stops and waiting as bus load after load goes by packed to the rafters with sweaty stinky tourists just like us, we realise we have wasted our money and decide to walk the rest of it once we get off at our next stop. We visit the Capuchin Monastery which has a museum about the monks, but the main attraction is the crypts decorated with the bones of all the other dead monks. Vertebrae chandeliers, scapula butterflies, and piles of skulls ...

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This hotel, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Piazza del Popolo, Santa Maria del Popolo, Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, and Pincio Gardens (Monte Pincio).
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