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... food tour was surprisingly very good. I was educated in the types of foods from the various areas in Italy and tasted food I would not normally eat. Some I will never eat again, artichoke for example. I can see why they call it artiCHOKE.
The guide also gave us a run down on roman history along the way, which was interesting , but I would fail any exam, as there are too many popes, saints, and Italian words that can only be pronounced if you do a double roll of the tongue.
... the depths of the metro by the gypsies here, but Chinatown was flat out sketchy. Anywhere you went, people would stare at you as if they knew your soul and all of their gazes made you feel like you were intruding on some secret place of theirs. It was really odd. Heck, even all of the signs on the street that are in Italian had turned into Chinese characters. Finally, we made it to a metro station and headed home. Well, at least now we know where to not go in Rome.
... with old stone towns, thick forests, and cascading waterfalls. After descending out of the steepest parts, the road smoothed out right about where the snow stopped; from here the countryside transitioned to farmland, along valleys surrounded by steep cliffs, which were riddled with caves. This steadily flattened out, until we reached Toulouse after about three hours, which is in the middle of gently rolling hills and farmland.
We had just enough time in Toulouse ...
... meeting place of the Senate of Rome) to see the bas reliefs showing Trajan's destruction of the tax records and feeding of the children (acts of charity after the conquering of Dacia. As an aside, there is so much archaeology going on here, and amazing new discoveries and theories constantly! There is so much of Ancient Rome, every where you look, in this part of Rome. And yet, in the 1930s, Mussolini was able to destroy a whole swathe of ancient monuments so that ...
... and lots of bars. We visited the church which was amazing for a lesser known church and wandered around the square and streets. Although we felt a bit old for the area (with the exception of Tony) as it was quite studenty, it was a good area to check out and it felt like an area of Rome you could live in.
The next morning we were heading down to the Amalfi coast and hopefully a little bit of relaxation after the busy couple of days we had.