Capitolium Rooms

Via Montebello, 104, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $104.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Sore feet in the eternal city.

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk


... During the tour, we were able to go underground and into the area where the animals and gladiators were kept prior to the events. This can only be accessed on special tours. We were also able to walk out onto the arena where the gladiators fought, last special priviledge was
access to the 3rd tier where the lower class Romans sat. Amazing view from up there.

The Roman Forum and ...

Rome goes to the top of the class!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... exactly were the spectators doing? Well, from what archaeologists have unearthed, they were doing everything from cooking goat, pork and fish on small ceramic pots, using toothpicks, scratching the names of their favourite gladiators into the stone (graffiti, in other words!), writing, music, women were spinning cloth.....they were so busy they probably couldn't hear Fred screaming for mercy as some elephant trampled him to death!


Rome-ing around Italy

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest


... of shopping, before we were onto the bus and heading to the next town called Ravello. Ravello is also a nice little Amalfi town, however by this stage I was pretty over it and keen for a nap! After a short stop, we started the drive back to Rome and I was able to sleep for most of it which was nice. We got back to Rome in the arvo, and after a bit of a lie down I met up with Emma and Lucy again for dinner at the restaurant. Again we didn't stay out long, as I was still feeling ...

To Rome!

A travel blog entry by edeutsch


... s friends -- who'd arrived in Rome that morning -- came out of the Pantheon and saw Zoe standing right there! Our second random sighting in almost as many days.

Later in the afternoon, we headed to St. Peter's Basilica for a totally bizarre tour of the necropolis under the church. The site of St. Peter's was originally a pagan cemetery with mausoleums that held the bodies and urns of Rome's ancient ...

At last, the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel!!

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas

... has had enough). They rushed us through the first part so we only got glimpses of the beautiful Raphaels and then WE had to wait while they listened to every number in the Egyptian Museum . . .

Walked for what felt like kilometres looking at amazing things (sorry, didn't take the iPad today!) but I have to say the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's ceiling is even more impressive that I thought it ever could be, even with kids hounding to go to ...

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