Villa Residenza d'Arte Roma

Address: via Cardinale V. Santucci 17/19, Rome, Lazio, 00123, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on via Cardinale V. Santucci 17/19, Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Roman Odyssey Tours, Grotta di Bossea, and Foro Italico.
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    Last stop Roma!

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on May 28, 2015

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    We had almost forgotten how to pack up after such a long stay and had spread ourselves around the apartment in that time. But it was time and we joined the crowd pulling their suitcases over the cobblestones and up the hill to the quaint station that looks like an Italian house. Local train to Monza, a suburb of Milano, an anxious change that turned out to be easy to get to the main interchange at Porto ...

    Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 1

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... of tourists a year. Rome hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics and is the seat of United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).


    Etymology
    About the origin of the name Roma several hypotheses have ...

    When in Rome...

    A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... stuck in.. Me an muff own beer bong an well everyone raged an caused mischief! Feeling sorry for ourself we hit Rome an the coliseum, get token photos, cool facts like 700,000 died there. Then a couple more tours through some cool church's an get a buzzy guide who loves taking the **** so our groups got on well! Went to the lower levels of the Rome city an even got to ...

    Palatine: Foundations of the Eternal City of Rome

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 27, 2014

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    ... meters above sea level. And it is where archeological discoveries have ranged from prehistoric remains to the ruins of imperial palaces. The Palatine originally consisted of three summits: the Germalus to the north; the Velia, an isthmus that linked the Palatine to the neighbouring Esquiline Hill; and the Palatine to the south. The Palatine, being the highest of the summits later became the name of the entire hill.


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    High! From Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by madintentions on Apr 21, 2014

    ... I bought my ticket off a French fellow who had bought too many from the machine. The only difficulty was I don't speak any French and he didn't speak any English. I do want to point out that I actually understood when he told me the price was 14 euros but that is all I knew. Luckily, other tourists acted as interpreters for us but there was no one around to help us when two young people sitting across from us on the train tried to ask us about (what we ...