Coppede Hotel

Via Chiana 88, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy
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WoW I think I hit the jackpot for inexpensive rooms

by lilimj

I have been searching for an inexpensive room during the Christmas season. I Googled The Trastevere area, I found the site, with many rooms in the double digits, they look good, what's the catch?
I heard it's a really nice area, with good retaurants. I missed it last time I was in Rome.
Has anyone stayed over there? Does the Metro and buses go over there?
Thanks, Nancy

Re: WoW I think I hit the jackpot for inexpensive rooms

by kbr61263

check thats its per room, not per person...

Re: WoW I think I hit the jackpot for inexpensive rooms

by kathymof

Many people love Trastevere - part of it is considered to be very old Rome. There is no metro but there are plenty of busses. Many people say this is where the nightlife is, including its noise.

Re: WoW I think I hit the jackpot for inexpensive rooms

by mccalpin

'Trastevere' is rather a long area running north-south along the west side (called the 'north' side or the 'Etruscan' bank in ancient times) of the Tiber. The old part of Trastevere is on the north end, centered on Santa Maria in Trastevere. The southern end is around Stazione Trastevere, the commuter train station. These locations are at least 2 kilometers apart.

The northern end is where you would want to stay: narrow rabbit warren streets, restaurants, and lots of people (and places to see); the southern end is just a residential neighborhood not particularly close to anything.

Both ends have good bus service, but the northern end has the advantage of being not that far (like a 10 minute walk) from the start of the ancient city center on the east side of the Tober near Isola Tiberina (the island in the river).

It's not that the southern end is bad, but you will have farther to go to get anywhere...


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by arkadia


The Roman Forum is situated on an area which was originally most inhospitable, swampy and unhealthy. Once the complex reclamation work was finished, the Roman Forum became a place for trade and barter. Numerous shops and a large market square were built. An area was also set apart for ceremonies; it was here that the magistrates were elected, the traditional religious holidays were ketp, and those charged with various crimes were judged by a court.
As time passed, the forum area was completely abandoned; the ruins of the ancient monuments were used by the population and in large part demolished. During the Middle Ages, it became a pasture for sheep and cattle (hence its name of “Campo Vaccino”. View of the Roman Forum with the Temple of Saturn, the Phoca’s Column and a portion of the Arch of Septimius Severus.

Testaccio suite

by alza

After a great lunch, I sat in a bit of shade, at a little table at Zi Elena, a Bar Gelateria beside the market. Relax. Then I wandered about without purpose, it was hot and I think most people were enjoying a siesta.
Visited a small theater, chatted with the guy there briefly. Walked on taking random pics.

I found Gelateria Giolitti a Testaccio by chance and needed another rest so made a stop. It was well worth it. The man behind the ice-cream counter was totally relaxed, molto simpatico. I asked for granita al cafè and he said "con panna?" -- but of course! and that cream was heavenly! Never had better granita!
A few students hanging around, one woman stopped by in her slippers, just to chat about... something! Sounded like she was despairing about ever seeing "anything" improve. And all the owner said was "bbè!" over and over again. A real Jacques le Fataliste. :)

The Teatro Petrolini is all about traditions and customs of Rome. Popular songs, serenades, in an ambiance of true Romanity. Anecdotes, weird stuff all linked to this unique territory.
There *is* a Rome where Roman popular culture lives on and this is the very heart of it. It's not Romanesco this time... as they say, "romaneschi sono solo i carciofi..." (Only artichokes are 'romaneschi')

Teatro Petrolini in Testaccio. Via Rubattino, 5

00100 Pizza, via Giovanni Branca, 88

Gelateria Gelotti, via Amerigo Vespucci, 35 (filled with archive photos of the woman founder and family, and testimonials. Fascinating.)

Music from all over the World !

by janchan about Roma incontra il mondo

The festival ROMA INCONTRA IL MONDO takes place on the sides of the lake inside Villa Ada.
The program of the festival includes a concert every night... with very good ethnic music.

It opens at 8pm, and shows start at 10pm.
It is also possible to have dinner there. After show, disco bar till late night.

From June 23 until August 9 ... :) whatever you like...

Fabulous Sicilian pastries!

by belgianchocolate about Pasticceria Dagnino.

We had to wait for somebody and just killing time...
I must have picked up an angel for some
guidance because I'm normally never
tempted to walk in a gallery. But this time I
did. I walked into the 'Galleria Esedra' and found

Pasticceria Dagnino.

And it was exactly what we were looking for.
Hmm , it didn't took us much time to decide
that this was the place we would wait for a
while. A lot of sweets , icecream...cappucino..
We tried tree of them and they were delicious.

A horn filled with ricotta and sucred fruit ,
somesort of 'profiterolles' with a really
tasty mocca-edge from the fridge....

The service wasn't perfect , but we
forgot about that right away. They got this
unhandily Italian system where you order
and pay first and then they bring it to you.
Very inconvenient if you don't know the
language. (and it take a lot of time as well)
Oh , the interior isn't anything special.
It's ok.

Some people also come here to eat
more regular dishes. We got right into the
deserts. Prices are higher when you sit down.
Next time in Rome I'm going to try one of
their marzipan creations.

Ostia: almost as good as Pompeii & easier for Rome

by gaiusmarius

Ostia is a terrific set of ruins with many aspects superior to Pompei. It is easily reachable via the Metro (just look at the Metro map for directions...easy). In Ostia, you can explore in and out of the residential quarters. There is a great public bath, a two-story dwelling you can go up in (the only one I have encountered), the best preserved Roman Public toilet in the world, a great marketplace, etc., etc. It's a great place if you are interested in historic Rome.

Ostia is not crowded like Pompei and will provide a relaxing and extremely interesting entire day. Many trees and a breeze off the Meditarrean lend a pleasant climate for the walker. Ostia was not destroyed like Pompei & Herculaneum, but rather deserted when the Tiber changed course. Therefore, much is in a better state of preservation since it was not violently destroyed.

At the center of Ostia is a tasty "museum" restaurant with rather good food. Also, it is a conveniently located WC


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Address: Via Chiana 88, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy