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New Year’s Eve 2011 Rome Capodanno Living Room Cafe – M&J Place Hostel


New Year’s Eve 2011 Rome

Living Room Cafe – M&J Place Hostel

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Like everywhere else in the world, we love to celebrate New year’s Eve in Rome.The first thing you want to do, is book M&J Place Rome Hostels .

We will party in a warm and friendly atmosphere – Living Room Cafe with Dj, Food and Champagne Free at midnight, where enjoyment is the only theme of the night.

Will you be there?

Well, you shouldn’t miss an amazing team, which will help you to party all night long.

BUON ANNO NUOVO – HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011

M&J PLACE HOSTEL ROME

LIVING ROOM CAFE



*print your card and get a free welcome shot,
it can be also digital one…iphone, android, blackberry, nokya etc

Tivoli – A Small Italian Paradise – Rome Day Trip


Tivoli is a small and ancient Italian town in Lazio, about 30 km from Rome, at the falls of the Aniene river, where it issues from the Sabine hills. There are breathtaking views out over the Roman Campagna. And that is saying much, considering the spectacular beauty and lush design of wonderful, sprawling Italian villa gardens. According to UNESCO, more than half the world’s historical and artistic heritage is in Italy. Do not miss the chance to discover one of the best of them. The spring time is already here, take an opportunity to discover what is there behind the walls of glorious capital of Italy.

Originally known as Tibur, the town of Tivoli was a resort for wealthy Romans around the 1st century BC. The area contains a lot of remains of aqueducts, mausolea, and Roman villas including those of Hadrian’s Villa, as well as the renaissance Villa D’Este with its famous gardens. In the Roam times, Tivoli used to be the most famous trading centers in ancient Italy. In addition, it used to be the famous resort of nobile Romans, medieval feudal barons and the Pope. Tivoli gives you a chance not only to take a closer look at Italian history but also to stay in a mini paradise of the nature that only some of the outskirts might offer.



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Without a doubt Tivoli with its amazing gardens will stay in your mind for a long time. Hours of delightful exploration, fish pool, fabulous statuary and millions of pathways leading you on… Furthermore, take at least a moment to enjoy a mystical Fountain of the Dragon. It is an architectural miracle and inseparable assessor of that time villas. In ancient time water was considered to be a key element, bringing the wellness and tranquility. Take some time to relax while walking along the Avenue of the Hundred Fountains. Freshness of spring is guaranteed.

There is plenty to occupy the visitor in Tivoli for a day, however, the two most famous villas cannot be excluded for any reasons. Gardens have been inspiring many generations. As a result, Tivoli’s reputation as a stylish and beautiful resort and the fame of the gardens of the Villa d’Este have inspired other sites named Tivoli all over the world. Visit Tivoli and you will definitely find out why! Dive into the sound of nature in Tivoli.

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Quartiere Coppede


Quartiere Coppede can be found in the Trieste district (north of the centre of rome) between Piazza Buenos Aires via Tagliamentoand is a 20 mintute bus ride (8 stops) from termini on the 86 bus. All the buildings in Coppede are designed by Gino Coppedè who the area is named after. Building began in 1913 but came to a hault during the the first world war, the core of the building work was then completed by 1921. Tragcilly Coppede died in 1927 never getting to see his eclectic fantasy architectural mix completed. The work was however completed by his son Paolo Emilio André and the area covers 31,000m2 with aproxiately 40 structures.

"Quartiere Coppede Rome Italy"

The buildings of Quartiere Coppede take in all architectural styles including Ancient Greek, Roman Barroque and Medieval all seen through the eyes of Art Nouvea and Deco. The main entrance to the area is through an oversized archway which is richly decorated in the Barroque style complete with a coat of arms of the Medici family whose lineage became extinct in 1737. To further add to the fantasy element a large wrought iron chandaler hangs from underneath the archway.

Opposite the arch is a building reffered to as the fairy cottage and this best embodies the architectural style of the area incorporating such elments as a gothic stair case, a side of the house that is distintly floentine as well as one that is venetian. The space also includes a fountain called Fontana delle Rane or the frog fountain which is largely composed of 12 frog sculputers and stand at just over 2m tall and is a reimagining of fontana delle Tartarughe which can be found in Plazzo di Giacomo Mattei also in Rome. Other features of interest are one houses decoration based on musical notation including its fence and the ‘house of the spider’.

Quartiere Coppede triva:

The archway and door of Piazza Mincio 2 has been faithfully copied from a scene inthe 1914 box office smash Cabiria.

Italian director Dario Argento has use the area as back drop for several of his films