Rome Garden Hotel

Address: Via Nomentana, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 09, 2015

    The Capitoline Wolf, famously known as the Shewolf, is a bronze sculpture shown to be suckling two toddler twin boys: Romulus and Remus. The statue refers to an Ancient Roman legend that inspired the founding of Rome. The story is told that when the two boys grandfather, Numitor, was overthrown by his brother, Amulius, Romulus and Remus were ordered to be cast into the Tiber River. They were rescued by the shewolf, who nurtured them until a herdsman found them and raised them. No one ...

    Tour Day

    A travel blog entry by waynesharfro on May 12, 2014

    6 comments, 9 photos

    ... was all very fascinating. There is so much to see in the Vatican museums that if you were to see all the items on display and spend 30 seconds looking at each item, you could see it all in about 12 We ended the museum portion of the tour in the Sistene chapel. We were able to spend 15 minutes inside and it was breathtakingly beautiful. Words cannot describe it.

    Next Rachel took us into St. Peter's Basilica. By this time the ...

    Rome: half a day in a time warp

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 09, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... be back at the same place. It was also a very bumpy ride, the bus swerving, braking and rattling over cobble stones. We approached the Vatican city three times but didn't even slow down. There was a drop off around a corner but it was quite a walk away. I had decided not to get off during this ride, but just get an overview. The crowds on the bus made movement and getting a seat a bit tricky too. I also noticed that every time the bus slowed down, it was swarmed ...

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    A travel blog entry by windystevej on May 02, 2014

    48 photos

    ... happen on the way down from the summit...

    Needing to calm down a little after all the excitement we chilled out that afternoon while Phoebs slept in the van. We found one of the first parks in Italy for her to play on when she woke up - there are much less here than France and those that do exist are more often than not derelict. The next day was the big Rome exploration - unfortunately poorly timed to coincide with the Italian May Day bank ...


    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Dec 24, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... built in the 15th century. In 1732 pope Clement XII commissioned Nicola Salvi to create the present fountain in the place of the first one. The Trevi Fountain was only inaugurated in 1762, eleven years after Salvi had passed away. From the Trevi fountain we moved on to the Pantheon, built during the Roman Empire as a temple for all gods. The Pantheon is a 43 metres high dome with a large opening, oculus, at the top it's only source ...