Hotel Cisterna

Address: Via della Cisterna 7-9, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via della Cisterna 7-9, Rome, is near Trastevere, Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza Santa Maria, and Piazzas San Cosimato.
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        Entering the Homestretch

        A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 16, 2015

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        ... of some very fancy yachts, some that had garage doors for cars and nice cruising speedboats ready to be lowered into the water. It was like looking in on a different world.

        With one last climb up the 78 stairs to our 6th floor room (Mom was staying in a different building entirely, up only about 30 stairs--there is no getting away from them), we grabbed our bags and caught a jammed water taxi (vaporetto), ...


        A travel blog entry by laurengilbert on Jan 09, 2015

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        The bust of Brutus is located in the Capitoline Museum. It was sculpted around the 4th or 3rd century BC. The bust is made of bronze. The eyes of Brutus, which are painted ivory, looked lifelike when I stared into them and it almost gave me chills. The expression on his face portrays that he is stern and angry. He is probably depicted in this manner because of the tragic ...

        The Pantheon,housing the illustrious dead in Italy

        A travel blog entry by kurodatenshi on Nov 16, 2014

        ... Renaissance artist Raphael's tomb! The black bust on the left is Raphael's bust, and on the right is the Madonna of the Rock. The sarcophagus is below. I contemplated taking a picture of/with it, but in the end decided it was too creepy so left it ...

        Roma, Roma, ..City of a million warm embraces...!

        A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Sep 17, 2014

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        ... just around the corner from our hotel. A beautiful church and young priest from USA in placement there for two years. What an appointment ah? He was very friendly and sent blessings to Australia and particularly our Cathedral, once Phillip introduced himself. He was very interested in knowing about our cathedral and Diocese.

        We did have wonderful meals in Rome, one particular lunch was ...

        The Might of Rome

        A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 27, 2014

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        ... things into existence shows what humanity can do at its best.

        Construction began in 80CE under the emperor Vespasian and finished under his successor, Titus. Further work was carried out under Domitian. Together these three emperors are known as the Flavian Dynasty - hence Flavian Amphitheatre. When it was completed, a series of games for 100 days were ordered and the first act was to flood the floor of the arena and reenact several naval battles. Just imagine the ...