Daniel's Inn

Via dei Cessati Spiriti 20, Rome, 00179, Italy
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Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa Versus Longotevere a Ripa

by spos

Can anyone give me comparisons on these areas
Have narrow it down to two apartments , one is located in Via S.Francesco a Ripa and the other Longotevere a Ripa (overlooks the Tiber River )
or would you suggest any other areas

Thanks for your help in advance

Cheers

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa Versus Longotevere a Ripa

by mccalpin

"Via S.Francesco a Ripa " runs north-south (sort of) from Santa Maria in Trastevere - the traditional heart of Trastevere - towards the Tiber. It's bisected by Viale di Trastevere, which is a rather busy street. So the quality of this address depends on how close it is to the north (Santa Maria in Trastevere) and how close it is to Viale di Trastevere.

Lungotevere Ripa is, as you know, the road that runs along the Tiber, in this case the fairly short stretch from the Ponte Palatino to the Via del Porto. Generally, the lungoteveri are one way roads that move fairly fast (for Rome). Depending on which direction your apartment faces and how high it is, you might have a nice view of the back side of the Palatine. These roads are generally tree-lined, with a wide sidewalk between the road and the river itself, and you will often see foreign joggers along here (I don't think Italians have ever really gotten into jogging).

The first location has the chance of being in Trastevere proper, just steps from the rabbit warren neighborhood that gives Trastevere its charm. The second location will be closer to the rest of Rome - once you are on the Ponte Palatino, the two temples at Foro Boario and the Mouth of Truth are less than 100 yards away, while the Circus Maximus and the backside of the Palatine are just a couple of hundreds yards after that. That is, even though you are in Trastevere, the center of Rome is quite close.

As you probably know, these two locations are only a few hundred meters apart (300?), with the lovely St. Cecilia (patron saint of music or singing, I forget which) in between, so both give you access to Trastevere and the center of Rome on foot...

Bill

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa Versus Longotevere a Ripa

by spos

Thanks Bill

I would rather stay in the nooks and cranky little street so I might stick with my first area.

Cheers

Nick

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Unique treasures

by janchan

Rome is a concentrate of art, history and culture.... so the number and variety of museums, galleries, palaces and exhibitions, is huge !!
I'll try to put more details about them in the "must see" section... if there is enough room for everything !!! hehe...

A Day on the Beach

by challenger

Though Rome is usually not associated with beach holidays, it is well worth remembering that Ostia just outside the city does have some very nice clean beaches that are worth visiting for a day especially during the hot summer months.

In order to get there you will need to go Ostia Lido with the COTRAL rail train. The last three stops (Stella Polare, Castel Fusano and C. Colombo) all lead directly to the beach. You can get beach chairs against a small fee. The beaches are clean and very well kept and maintained.

Once on the way to Ostia Lido, you may also decide to pay the ruins at Ostia Antica a visit. Just remember that these are not accessible on Mondays and that you will need a good while to actually see them all, so your beach trip may be cut short. Just a question of getting your priorities right.

Termini trains

by sswagner

You will never need to rent a car while touring Rome. I have no idea why anyone would even want to try it.

Arriving at Fiumicino airport (FCO), there are several trains that make the journey to Termini Station, which is the transportation hub of central Rome. Be sure you validate your ticket before entering the train. There is a little machine right there on the platform that can stamp it.

In Rome, you have trains, subways, busses, and your own two feet to get you to where you want to go. Watch the traffic, because it is rapid, and space can sometimes get a little narrow. Bring a good map with you that highlights bus and train routes.

Authetic Italian with Oranges

by stiab3 about Piccolo Arancio

The name means little orange and lots of the dishes had an orange flavour or theme.

It is situated between the Quirinal and Fontana di Trevi and I stumbled upon it one night when I was quite hungry.

The food was good and so was the service. The fried zucchini flower were tasty and different.

I had the roasted pork and my friend had the quail (I think) in orange sauce. Both were lovely - well prepared and tasty.

PIAZZA NAVONA

by STEFZAMM

Piazza Navona is another typical Roman Piazza, surrounded by nice buildings, Restaurants, shops and Cafe's while attracting Tourists with its Bernini fountains and very good oil painters who can paint Piazza Navona so perfect for anyone to take home and live Piazza Navona everytime they look at the painting.

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