Hotel Le Clarisse al Pantheon

Via Arco della Ciambella, 19, Rome, Lazio, 00168, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Arco della Ciambella, 19, Rome, is near Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, Torre Argentina, Area Sacra, and Teatro di Roma - Argentina.
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Sightseeing Roma

A travel blog entry by halleyc on May 08, 2014

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... as you can go through the group entrance. Michelle and I were given a student rate, so we only paid the price of admission to the Sistine Chapel and Vatican museum, plus 5 euros. Not a terrible deal to miss the line. Our tour guide was very good, and told us the history of the Vatican site. Apparently neither Michelle or I paid much attention in history, because it was all brand new to us. The Vatican is quite possibly the most crowded place I’ve ever visited. ...

Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Dec 12, 2013

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I woke up early and rushed to the post office. The day before the lines were long and didn’t seem to be moving, so I was worried I wouldn’t get the things shipped off before our taxi came to pick us up at 10am. When I got there it wasn’t open, and it would be 20 minutes before it did. I was the first person there and took a seat. As people started coming in I wondered if they would remember I was there first, or just “cut” ...

Day 71 - Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein on Sep 16, 2013

Woke up at 7:30am to get to our 9:07am train. Got to the station, had an orange juice and a chat to people, then boarded our train. Arrived in Rome at around 1pm. Got to the hostel and put our bags away. Then went back into town for a 4pm free walking tour. We began the tour at the Spanish Steps (which are the widest steps in Europe, and connect Piazza Spagna to the church above it. There is one thing in this whole area that ...

Rome, at last, Rome!

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 08, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... tour guide. He was kind and attentive to everyone on the tour. At each restaurant or shop, he explained the food we were tasting. The food was so great! We tasted a wide variety of food and ended the tour feeling like we have had a full meal. We had cheeses, wines, pizza, ariancini, crostini, cacio e pepe, fried zuccini flowers, fried cod, a variety of pasta dishes, pastries in the most wonderful shop, the most famous coffee in Rome, and gelato. I ...

When in Rome, Drink Wine!

A travel blog entry by jen.greening on Apr 13, 2013

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... Parmesan and mushrooms, veal filet with asparagus, pasta with red sauce, caprese salad, cheese, ending with creamy tirimisu. A flute and guitar duo played for the entire dinner and just before dessert, the waiter brought all the ladies a red rosť and kissed us once on both cheeks. When he got to me, he grinned at Chris then went through his routine with me. Chris laughed then the waiter took some of the green leaves off the remaining roses and placed them on ...