Rome Garden Hotel

Address: Via Nomentana, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Rome, The Walkable City

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... Gothic district in Barcelona....oh well!

    Trevi Fountain would have been fantastic except that it was under construction for cleaning. We walked across the top of the pool area using the wooden walkway that has been set up for the tourists and I through my coin into a waterless pond. I know exactly where it resides and will be able to locate it the next time I see the Trevi Fountain on TV.

    Moving further to the north and east, we arrive at Piazza di ...

    The family first

    A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on May 06, 2014

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    ... this was just the closest metro station to it so that what they called it.. Walking... No wonder shoes are big business in Italy. I asked someone where St. Peter's square was .. "Just keep walking and follow the wall" .. This turned out to be accurate advice, we just kept walking and followed the wall for what seemed like half an hour, then suddenly out no where, the it loomed, a huge open area, surrounded by magnificent buildings, the opulence was breathtaking, and ...

    Popped in to say hello to the Pope

    A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 17, 2013

    44 photos

    ... I went. There were quite a few people walking around and thenwhen I got to Saint Peters square there were thousands of people every where you looked, every one was facing to the left so I walked in through the crowd to get closer to the front. I could see a maroon sash hanging from a window so presumed that was where he would be appearing. The crowd was quiet electric, there were ...

    Two churches and two squares

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 02, 2013

    47 photos

    ... 8217;s cathedral (it’s not actually St. Peter’s), the seat of the bishop of Rome (the Pope), and has been since the 4th century (oh my!). My first look at it was of the obelisk in front of it in the Piazza, and what turned out to be the Baptistery. This is Rome’s oldest Egyptian obelisk, 1400 B.C. (that’s B.C., not A.D.!!!). It stood on the banks of the Nile until it was brought to Rome in about 357 A.D. It was first at Circus ...


    A travel blog entry by stumarineurope on Sep 12, 2013


    ... very fast journey at 250km per hour (and that was slow to normal for some reason)
    to Firenze. Papers & coffee & cake served to us on the way.
    Firenze rail station was sheer madness. thousands of travellers all looking bewildered and lost, with map in hand.
    taxi to Lorenzo Il Magnifico Hotel.
    room not ready so went walking. found a restaurant where we had such ...