Colosseo Studio Suites

Via Cavour, 261, Rome, 00184, Italy
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kids and noise in Trastevere

by bostonsusan

We have found a little apartment in Trastevere for June 08. We have two children, ages 3 and 5, and is important for us to be able ot sleep at night. The apartment is on Via della Cisterna. Does anyone have ideas about whether it will be noisy at night?

Re: kids and noise in Trastevere

by craic

the street name doesn't ring a bell - i had a flat on the 8th floor right on Viale di Trastevere last year and it was noisy. Trams start early. Babies scream. Neighbours tvs. Neighbours fighting. Sirens roaring up the tram tracks, police, ambulances, vigili del fuoco. Drunken yahooing. The lift mecahnism next to my bedroom made a racket.

When there are that many people living so close together it can't help but be a bit noisy.

Re: kids and noise in Trastevere

by craic

church bells can be a bloddy nuisance - i was there at easter and every bell in rome tolled for about 15 minutes at midnight on easter sunday

Re: kids and noise in Trastevere

by craic

is it in the old part up by the river?

Re: kids and noise in Trastevere

by craic

is there an air conditioner? it can be very very hot. i didn't have one and sometimes it was hard to sleep because of the heat - my mother didn't cope well at all

Re: kids and noise in Trastevere

by domenicococozza

You shold be ok. Via della Cisterna is a back street and away from the main traffic areas. There are 1 or 2 restaurants and bars nearby but you should find it reasonably peaceful. Most people leaving these establishments would have no reason to walk along Via della Cisterna as it doesn't really lead anywhere.

Travel Tips for Rome

Say "Ciao" instead of Sera, Notte etc

by magyarozag

In Rome, when you see someone or leave someone you should say "Ciao" which is relaxed and casual. Whereas if you go to Turin (Piedmonte, Northern Italy) you should greet by saying "Buongiorno", (Good Morning) "Buonasera" (Good Evening) or "Buonanotte" (Good Night). It is only in a few cases in Turin someone will say Ciao. And only for meetings, conferences and formal occasions in Rome where Buongiorno etc are used.

Santo Stefano Rotondo

by leics

This church, newly restored and only recently re-opened, is unmissable. It's an entirely different experience to the magnificent grandiosity of so many Roman churches.

Tucked away between the Colosseum and San Giovanni in Laterano, it's hard to believe that this quiet (ish) area is so near the centre of the modern city. The round church really is ancient; it was built in the 460s AD.

It's a hugely atmopheric place, its two concentric rings of columns touched by the light that floods in through the 22 windows. There are four chapels (all closed off when I visited, for restoration work is ongoing, so that the structure forms a cross shape. Some of the original Roman black-and-white mosaic flooring has been left in situ, and the whole structure overlies and earlier Mithraeum (as is often the case in Rome).

Around the inner wall are frescoes of martyrs, showing in detail the manner of their deaths. Fascinatingly gruesome, and an indication of the workings of the Medieval religious mind (they date from the sixteenth century).

It's worth taking some time out to visit this church: it is really special. My travelogue has more photos:

Via Santo Stefano Rotondo runs from Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano, or you can access it by walking up Via Claudia from the Colosseum (it's on the right). The church is at the Via Claudia end, but the entrance isn't very obvious (which is why I've put it as the main photo). Open usual Roman church times, roughly 7/8 - 12 and 3- 7.

Cheap Crowded METRO

by MagicMixer

Cheapest transportation ever in a major City.
I bought a weekly card for Euro 12,60 ( Aug 2003 ) for the whole area, including local trains to the sea or whereever, buses, trams.
Crowded, hot and a dirty feeling but.....thats Rome.
Just one warning though : Metro could be risky for your wallet , mind the pickpockets and be "smart". Look like a punk , like me :-) and you will stay clear.

Overlooking il Colosseo

by nicolettart about Hostaria da Nerone

Very nice place--we found it in the rain, in the dark. They weren't open yet, but upon seeing us wet and with a baby they took pity on us. Good food, excellent service. We sampled just about all the antipasti, our entrees were veal saltimbocca and cannelloni. We had cannoli for dessert, espresso, and we were delightfully surprised with the complimentary after-dinner Limoncello!

You can not leave Rome without seeing the Steps

by jmhenry1123

Like the Colisseum and St. Peter's a trip to Rome is incomplete without seeing the Spanish Steps.

Early in the morning the steps are relatively empty which makes for a good photo op. Even better when it is raining slightly. Later in the day the steps are filled with Romans and tourists alike. Beware of the Rose vendors though. They are more like pests. Also the guys with polaroid cameras.

Beautiful at any time of the day, except L'Oreal is really spoiling it as they do some repairs on Trinita dei Monti.

Kill two birds with one stone, see the Spanish steps and piazza di spagna, then stroll right into Prada on Via Condotti


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