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Via Mattia Battistini,34, Rome, Lazio, 00167, Italy | Hotel
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When in Rome

A travel blog entry by traveldestinee

... for a bit. Then I joined up with Corinne, Corinna, Molly and Sam for dinner on the other side of the river. We had a girls night and got all dressed up for fun. We took cute pictures on the bridge and on our way back to our convent we stopped at a frozen yogurt/gelato shop. It was so cool! It had so many toppings and before you even put the fro yo, you put a basically when you finish your fro yo there is still yummy goodness on the bottom. Yogurtland needs to step ...

Biggest Flea Market is not an exaggeration!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


I couldn't wait for a Sunday so that I could go to the Porta Portese flea market here in Trastevere. I mean, 1000 stands?!! And it was every bit as huge and as fun as I anticipated! First off, it starts at the Porta Portese gate (built in 1644!) in the Janiculum Wall that runs around a portion of Trastevere—that's what you’d call an entrance! The beginning was pretty calm, plenty of space between stands and to walk. Then it got ...

Day 30 - Rome

A travel blog entry by nolesy65


... the Sistine Chapel. We will just have to come back another day. We meandered back via Castel Sant'Angelo and a few back streets when we stopped for a tea and a caffe late in the afternoon. As the teapot gave about four cups of tea Tony moved onto some beer and then the cute lady running the place kept feeding us nibbles. We finally left and continued to weave our way home via the Pantheon. We are both very tired ...

Day 22 Return to Rome

A travel blog entry by skarm

... the city could help to change my mind about this city, but I think not. Venice was my choice of places that we stayed, I enjoyed every minute there. Price is a little steep to stay much longer unless money is not an option. Rome comes in as a very close second with Florence and Naples a distant third and fourth respectively. There is so much to see in Italy I think you could travel a lifetime and still not see it ...

We survived St. Peter's Square

A travel blog entry by mjbolen


... the call for us. It was kind of like playing a game of charades. First word, sounds like…

Tomorrow is St. Peter’s Square again, this time by 8:00 AM, and then on to the Coliseum and associated ruins. I love ruins; they’re just so old. It’s so cool to imagine how people, hundreds of years ago, went about their daily lives, never imaging that someday I would be walking among the ruins of their city taking pictures and posting them on the ...


This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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