Pantheon Relais

Via dei Pastini 119, Rome, Lazio, 00186 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via dei Pastini 119, Rome, is near Palazzo Venezia, Balbi Crypt, Area Sacra, and Teatro di Roma - Argentina.
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    Flights, B&Bs and Shoes

    A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on May 21, 2014

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    ... broke in 3 places my only sandals for trip. They lasted 3 hours on Roman soil. I am withholding my distraught feelings, now that I only have 4 year old "comfortable granny flats" to wear in Rome. We tried the B&B recommended restaurant for dinner, which was authentic. Loved the ham and mozzeralla appetizer! The chef took note of JIm's OBX ravioli portiioning, and tried the same. It was tasty but lacking in volume. After dinner, retired ...


    A travel blog entry by ckwalt on Dec 19, 2013

    4 comments, 76 photos

    ... to go back anytime soon. Apart from the Colosseum and Ancient Rome, we found Rome sketchy and uncomfortable.  What we learnt today:  1. Don't be complacent on public transport in Rome (or anywhere in Europe for that matter). 2. Europeans really know how to decorate Christmas trees. The number of lights that cover their trees is like nothing we've seen in Australia. And their streets as well. They are all filled with the most beautiful decorations which light up when the ...

    Verona to Rome

    A travel blog entry by the4wades on Sep 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in 'boudoir de Ally'. She also got to take some material home to do another. Might be some mess coming our way me's think! Chilling at home then down to the local pizzeria for dinner; lasagne, pizza, potatoes and salad. Wasn't a late night. We were all a bit stuffed and Ally was a bit crook in the tummy. Dad and Ally went straight to bed while Mum and LJ stayed up playing cards. This is our last night in Rome ...

    Rome Day 3

    A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on Apr 30, 2013

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    ... in an instant, she is lost in the crowd, water bottle stowed, no doubt using her secret agent training to blend in. Before we embark on our walking tour/route march for the afternoon, we make our way back to collect our bags from customs. If the queue before was big, the queue now is huge....massive.....gargantuan: at least a thousand. Before lunch we visit a few key stops. By now, the team is visibly flagging and the stress of Cultural Boot Camp is written on their ...

    Rome - The Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Jun 02, 2012


    ... magnificent piece of art, and it is still very much a religously active place. If you ever come to Rome, you should definitely take some time out of your day to see it. There aren't signs or plaques or guides ready to explain everything in sight, but this place doesn't need it (there are a few audioguide stations that work really well unless you accidentaly push the button for Italian instead of English). If I had no manners I probably would have just laid on the floor ...