St. Peter's Rooms Rome

Ostia, 28, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ostia, 28, Rome, is near Palazzo Venezia, Balbi Crypt, Area Sacra, and Teatro di Roma - Argentina.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Do what the Romans Do

A travel blog entry by einsinaminion on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... on our blogging, but I am exhausted and slightly intoxicated from the wine we had at dinner. But it's not my fault! The fatigue really sped up the process. Will blog tomorrow.

*cue music* Dun Dun Dah! Next time on Einsenominion: Colosseum (Russell Crowe quotes whizzing through my head: "Are you not entertained??", Trevi fountain: "Throw a penny in Jenna and make a wish!" and the Pantheon: "Holy **** this place is still used for mass today?" !!)

Rachel :)

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

310 photos

... arena was filled with sand and the Latin word for sand was 'arena.' (I'm convinced that every single word in the English language has a Latin basis in ancient Rome.) ALSO the word 'fornicate' comes from the Colisseum. As our guide pointed out, wherever there were large gatherings of people, there were bound to be bars and brothels. There were obviously a ton of them around the Colosseum, and the structure is basically entirely composed of connecting arches. The Latin ...

Travel Weekend 1: Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by kaitlynm19 on Sep 15, 2013

7 photos

... in the same room but the hostel was pretty run down and gross. Sleeping that night was not very good considering I sank down into a hole in my bed. That night, we went to the main piazza in Antica to have a great dinner. Once again, I had amazing spaghetti. It was also reasonably priced which made the meal even better. After dinner we walked over to Amalfi and walked through the streets. We sat on the stairs of the church found on the main road ...

Greetings from the World's Tiniest Country

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 05, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... this statement was made after spending years painstakingly creating such a marvel? The Sistine Chapel was a favorite stop on our tour for the kids, who loved standing in the very spot where the recent Papal Conclave sent up white or black smoke during their search for our current Pontiff. Our final tour stop was at St. Peter's Basilica, an incredible and ornate structure, and the heart of the Catholic faith. The basilica has ...

Are you not entertained?!?

A travel blog entry by holly.buckman on Sep 27, 2012

74 photos

... had some much better dinners and at least it was cheaper.
Saturday morning I took the metro to the Colosseum again since it was closed Friday. The line to get into the Colosseum must have been at least two hours long, because it wrapped halfway around the Colosseum! Luckily, because of our Roma Passes we could skip the line and almost immediately enter the Colosseum. It was pretty awesome, especially when you are re-living scenes from the movie "Gladiator" (you ...