Valeria's Guest House

Address: Via Nicolo V 13, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Monte Mario area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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Tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 14, 2014

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... it looks like we are on a winner. A guided tour of Rome for the price of doing it under our own steam. Then we thought we had been rumbled when the driver asked us to confirm who we were and our tour choice. However he said we could stay with the party or go off on our own. No guesses what we chose especially as there would be no extra charge. BONUS, Next the Fontana di Trevi, it's not yet cleared of scaffolding after cleaning and restoration, but ...

Day 14 - Rome

A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier on Jun 27, 2014

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... 12:30am anyway. So we found a taxi stand and took a cab home. It seemed that we might have been walking in the wrong direction for a long time! The cab took us back to the hotel and was not as expensive as we thought it would be (since we had NO idea where we were!). We got to bed pretty late and with pretty sore feet! And by the way, it is HOT in Rome, especially during the day but even at night, so a bed in an AC room was the perfect thing at that point in ...

The Appian Way & a batshit crazy thunderstorm

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 15, 2014

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... or the courtyard of buck palace. Anyways it's a bit of a pig to get to, typically there's some really nice archeo stuff but little transport so I thought id walk up from circus maximus metro. Well the first few clicks are no great interest although you do pass the baths of Caracalla. The way really only starts getting interesting at the catacombs of st Callisto. From then on the road is ...

Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on May 30, 2014

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... t have eaten for those last couple of days as in over the next 4 days we were spoilt rotten by our new Italian family in Messina - Maristella, Pietro and Rosanna. To them we were Steffie, the daughter of Maristella's school friend (that's you Gen) and her partner 'Martino'. As Pietro and Maristella's boys (and Rosanna's nephews) no longer lived in Messina we were adopted for our time there.
We were first welcomed to our own apartment(!!!!!) in the same block as Rosanna ...


A travel blog entry by abonilla on Mar 08, 2014

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... I think Palatine Hill does not get enough marketing and hype as much as the Colosseum does; but when we arrived at the Colosseum, I expected for us to be able to climb onto the top of the structure and see where gladiators had battles and such. We just went up one level of stairs and that was it. Don't get me wrong, the site in itself was beautiful - and I was amazed that a giant metal cross stood in the main entrance, but Palatine Hill was just so much more ...