Casa Montani

Piazzale Flaminio 9, Rome, Lazio, 00196, Italy | Hotel
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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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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Day 15 -Vatican and Coliseum

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... me that much more appreciation for what he did. Frescoes were painted on wet plaster, so there were people making the plaster and Michael Angelo had to paint on it before it dried, which sealed in the colors. Not laying on his back, but bending over backwards! How did they make those huge buildings in that day and age? Just baffles me! While the sights were beautiful, Rome itself did not impress me. It was such ...

    Our last day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... who shared the history of Pompeii with us. What we saw was so impressive – those ancient civilisations sure had things organised! The most intact building with the brothel, complete with graphic frescoes and stone
    beds with stone pillows (must have been comfortable!). The day spa was amazing too. It was just so incredible to see a city frozen in 79AD thanks to Mt Vesuvius.

    Towards the end of the tour, it started to rain. We had taken ...

    Halloween at the Vatican

    A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Oct 31, 2013

    28 photos

    ... of the church. This was not practical, however, because of the Necropolis that had built up around it ... and because it was on the top of a steep hill! Undaunted, Constantine had the entire place covered in dirt to create a level floor for his football sized basilica. During the 16th century, the pope then decided a new basilica was needed and tore down Constantine's basilica, covering its floor with 8 feet of dirt and building the basilica we know today, keeping the altar's ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day but we think Naples was

    A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Aug 21, 2013

    11 photos

    ... myth (I'm a sucker for romantic stories).

    Alter of the Fatherland is a spectacular building which tells the story of Italy during the war. The reason we went in unfortunately wasn't for the history but for the views on the terrace. You could see the Roman Forum, Colosseum all the way out to St Peter's Basilica and all this for free, worth checking it out.

    The highlight of Rome for us was the Roman Forum and the ...

    Vatican City and Rome

    A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jun 23, 2013

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    ... one so we went to the Rome airport. We arrived around 5am and checked in and got our Visas checked. We waited at the terminal for about 2 hours and all of us were just so exhausted. We landed in Brussels Charleroi airport and went outside to get on the shuttle that brought us there a few days ago. Unfortunately, there were strikes going on (typical Europe) so the bus never came and we were stranded for about an hour. Finally, I convinved a taxi driver ...