Finestra Su Roma

Piazza dei Re di Roma 64, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Hotel
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Easter Sunday at Trastevere!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp


... Station, the young woman smiled at me and pointed across to some buses. OK ...... hope she knows where I am going ....... 'cause I don't!! I arrive at the buses and it hits me that there is a No. 3 "bus". The Trip Adviser article said "tram" and to confuse things there is two number "3's" leaving at the same terminus! I still had plenty of day left, but wouldn't count on it at this rate of progress!

The No. 3 bus was ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta


... then the magical Trevi fountain, my favourite place in Rome. Of course I had to throw a Euro coin over my shoulder into the fountain with the hope of returning one day. After enjoying a cold Birra and gelato respectively near the Trevi, we found a cozy little restaurant or dinner and shared a beautiful Parma ham and mozzarella pizza. Yum! We then took the metro back to the hotel, feet sore but satisfied that we saw a lot of Rome in an afternoon and ...

A private tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by jnight


... br> Our next stop was a small plaza called the Piazza della Minerva around the corner from the Pantheon. In the centre of the plaza is a sculpture by Bernini of an Elephant, with yet another small obelisk on his back. There was apparently a bit of a dispute over the design between Bernini and the Pope who commissioned the work, but Bernini got his revenge by having the rear end of the elephant pointing toward ...


A travel blog entry by matt81


... condition.

We walked and walked and walked, every day to see as much of Rome and Pompeii as possible-and we saw a lot. But there is still so much more. What is perhaps most interesting how so many buildings around the world are modeled after Roman style architecture (which was actually stolen from the Greeks). The pillars, the stone arches-it is all indication of simply how much North America draws off of European history, and the once great Roman Empire.

Villa Adriana & Villa d'Este

A travel blog entry by louielou


This morning we were up and on the metro to the Ponte Mammalo station by 9:30, to catch the bus out to ruins of Villa Adriana. After getting on the right bus, we made our way through the countryside and were directed off in a small village, apparently by the villa. After figuring out where we were meant to go (no thanks to signage pointing at two streets!) we got our tickets, some lunch from the nearby cafe and headed inside the gates without thinking to look at the bus schedule. We ...


This hotel, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Through Eternity Cultural Association, Eden Walks, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, and Roman Walls.
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