Polveriera

Via della Polveriera, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Up above one of the largest church in the world

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank

... There was even a lady in tight mini skirt coming out of the basilica. We saw one later in the square wearing a short tight dress with her under garment visible. The price for entrance to the dome by 551 steps is 6 euros and by elevator followed by 320 steps is 7 euros. Entrance to the basilica is free but the queue can be overwhelming by 11am. Try to start queuing up early and you if you are very lucky, sometimes there isn't a ...

Vacanza è finita

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz

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... flea market in Italy (right outside our apartment building, stretching for miles), several adventures at the grocery store, constant car horns and sirens (Chicago seems quiet by comparison), and my first rainy Winter day I am beginning to settle into daily life in Roma.


















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Where has the time gone?

A travel blog entry by traveldestinee

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... it even better. Later that night our entire group saw Copelia, which is a ballet. The opera house was absolutely gorgeous and it was so fun to dress up. The ballet was really cute. At the end they did their bows but they did it all twice, we were so confused as to why they literally repeated every bow. The seats we sat in were tiny so some of the guys knees were up against the wall. Of course afterwards we did a gelato run!
October 3rd: Today was our first day of ...

Roma

A travel blog entry by kelliemorgaann

... which was so amazing! We then went to see the ancient ruins it was so boiling hot by this time I was already exhausted! We then had a walking tour around the city saw the Trevi fountain, Spanish steps the dome church with the hole at the top and a few other monuments. Me and Monica then went to a little restaurant down a side ally and had spaghetti and pizza and then had another wander around the city and went up the wedding cake building and caught the ...

Old Rome and the Ruins.

A travel blog entry by hotchic

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What a good sleep, late start and on the bus to the Argentina stop and then walked around the corner to S'ant Eustachio, renowned as the best little coffee shop anywhere, Brazil coffee and yummy pastries-fantastic, actually it was that good we walked back after visiting the Pantheon and had another coffee. Walked across to the Piazza Navona, great public area, stalls, fountains and yes, lots of people. We ventured in to the Chapel there and it was outstanding, ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Pietro, St. Peter in Chains (San Pietro in Vincoli), Church of San Pietro (Tuscania), and Via Sacra.
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