Cromata Rooms

Via Cairoli 84, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $82.00
 

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Roma part 1

A travel blog entry by chrishicks

13

... interested in were drinking games because it is something that they really don't partake in in Europe, they've only just started playing beer pong. This pub we were at actually had a beer pong table so for the next couple of hours we went through countless pitchers showing them every game we could think of and while they may not have been very good at the game aspect they sure knew how to drink. Unfortunately Ucla lost but on the bright side (literally, ...

All roads lead to...

A travel blog entry by pandar

24

... complete, we descend the stairs out the front and head in the direction of the Pantheon. Eventually we find our way through the winding streets and into the Pantheon. Anne missed this last time and peeked through the original bronze doors, today we are in for a surprise, the painting of the 'Weeping Madonna' is on display. On the roof, a space invader and hundreds of people all trying to get the best location for photos. Strange, all those phones, iPads and the cameras ...

Day 16 fri 23rd Aug

A travel blog entry by brunning

2

... joined and the American Irish girl and before we knew it we had a good little crew. Party was Ancient Rome themed so went upstairs and turned my sheet into a toga. Had two sheets so Olivia used one too. She's an expert on tieing them from hosting toga party's on contiki so ended up tieing everybody's. Partied on, was wicked party with tons of people dressed up. They even had a burlesque show in the middle of the bar which was a bit crazy. Great night ...

We arrive in Rome

A travel blog entry by jnight

73

... a pedestrian area and there is sufficient space to see it from all angles.

We then made or way back past the Spanish Steps and up another fashionable shopping street (Via Del Babuino) to the Piazza del Popolo, a large open plaza with several churches adjacent. In the centre of the plaza is a large Egyptian obelisk, surrounded by 4 lions. Above the Piazza is a garden ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by trishreinten

6

... St Peters Basilica. Let me say this building was defiantly not underwhelming it was amazing and huge. There was a service on whilst we were there. We saw the procession leave and the Bishop blessed us. I took many photos.

Our Vatican tour ended here and then a group of us that were on this tour went and had lunch together. I had a Margherita pizza it was yummy.

After lunch we found the Metro to the Colosseum. When I ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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