Apartments Via Piave

Address: Via Piave 15, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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Pantheon, Trevi and Poppolo - Roma - che bella!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 28, 2014

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... It was beautifully carved but the size is difficult to portray in a photo. Walking up the via Corsini we also passed a lovely shopping centre. It looked like the magnificent one in Milano – but not as big or beautiful. Gorgeous still. More walking and we found the Fontana di Trevi. We knew it is being renovated and when I asked about how long to go, the nice gentleman said it would still be another year. They have it all set up with a ramp so you can actually ...

Strawberry Fields Forever

A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 08, 2014

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... hot so Annette thought it was not really an option. Our guide Manuella left us now because she had to catch a train back to Rome and they only run two hourly. We now had time to wander and see the markets and sights. We enjoyed a gelato (hazelnut and pistachio) -we had the small one which was definitely the right amount. We then sat outside a local bar and had an Aperol spritz -and more nibbles. They know how ...

Quick Update

A travel blog entry by rome_aq on Oct 22, 2013

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... We then headed to Santa Maria Navicella—built in 820 by Pope Pascal I, who also built St. Cecilia's. Both churches feature similar mosaics. Mosaic above altar depicts Mary as a Byzantine empress, and the angels have mandorlas oval halos. Coffers on the ceiling feature the names of Mary in the litany of Mary.

Next was San Stefano Rotundo—closed for years, but the titular cardinal ...

Faith and crowds

A travel blog entry by katieandjon on Oct 16, 2013

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... basilica remained closed. We took the opportunity to shop and nap before returning the the basilica at dusk and just before close making it way less crowded. After which we found dinner, groceries for breakfast and sat down to catch up on post cards. (Post card writing doesn't involve ...

Rome - Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 12, 2013

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... Phoenix in the Gladiator triumphantly returning to Rome after murdering his father, this was the street his chariot rode down. The forum is a vast collection of ruins. The guide took us through the main road and explained the purpose of most of the buildings. Many were temples and victory arches dedicated to the Emperors but the most fascinating was the Domitian Palace. In its day the palace was 16 acres...dats a lota bathrooms. The front room was a private ...

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