Open Roads Rome Guide Doug Morris

ISBN: 9781883323424

Published: August 28th 1996

Paperback

289 pages


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Open Roads Rome Guide  by  Doug Morris

Open Roads Rome Guide by Doug Morris
August 28th 1996 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 289 pages | ISBN: 9781883323424 | 7.77 Mb

Morris takes readers to the Rome of the Caesars, of Michelangelo, of the Popes, and of course modern Rome. They`ll discover the secrets of the Coliseum and the Imperial and Roman Forums- gaze heavenward up at the magnificent Sistine Chapel and theMoreMorris takes readers to the Rome of the Caesars, of Michelangelo, of the Popes, and of course modern Rome. They`ll discover the secrets of the Coliseum and the Imperial and Roman Forums- gaze heavenward up at the magnificent Sistine Chapel and the timeless beauty of St.

Peters Basilica- and with Morris`s help wander confidently through the city`s ancient streets and relax with a cappucino in a beautiful piazza with its gorgeous spouting fountain. Rome Guide takes the reader to charming sidewalk cafés, gelato shops, terrific restaurants, street markets like the Campo dei Fiori, wonderful public gardens, and down narrow alleyways to take in the architectural marvels that await around every corner.Morris takes the reader to the Vatican Museums, perhaps the best single collection of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Renaissance art anywhere in the world- to mysterious crypts and richly carved cathedrals and chapels- to the hopping Trastevere district for a fun evening of dancing and revelry- to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, filled with guitar-strumming locals and eager tourists- to Rome`s premier shopping street, Via del Corso, where you can spend as much or as little as you`d like on clothes, furnishings, food, and much more- and a special walking tour of Michelangelo`s Rome.Special attention is paid to Rome`s fabulous hotels and inns, and her incomparable restaurants, trattorias, and pizza joints.

Nearly a hundred different lodging and dining establishments are included just for Rome, and many more for the featured excursions. The most deluxe, top-flight hotels and restaurants are reviewed, as are the simplest and least expensive. Detailed descriptions of Roman cuisine and wines are offered as well.Open Road Publishing



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