Villa Residenza d'Arte Roma

Address: via Cardinale V. Santucci 17/19, Rome, Lazio, 00123, Italy | Hotel
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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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    Is this real life?

    A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Dec 27, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... next time we're saving up the big bucks to fly first class. Trying to sleep in a cramped seat was just awful. Secondly, don't book a flight that lands within two hours of the last train to Rome from the airport. Due to our plane being delayed we had the joy of watching our train pull ...

    When in Rome......

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Sep 02, 2014

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... the imagination. Under the floor are many oblong chambers. I always took them for the places where the fighters/slaves were kept. In this case it was the place where the animals (lions, bears, boars, bulls etc) were held. Via a series of lifts and ramps the animals would be lead to the fighting area to kill and be killed for “entertainment’. Inside the long galleries along the top of the arena are displays about the workings of all this and how buildings ...

    Day 3 in Rome & on to Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    This morning after breakfast we walked to visit The Colosseum which was commissioned in 72 AD by Emperor Vespasian. It was completed by his son, Titus, in 80 AD using 60,000 Jewish slaves as the work force. The Colosseum remains the largest amphitheater in the world and is the iconic symbol of Ancient Rome. It has over 80 entrances, is app. 150 feet high, and could accommodate about 75,000 spectators who ...

    When in as the tourists do?

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 25, 2014

    120 photos

    ... and dripping in luxury.

    All in all, our trip to Italy will not be soon forgotten. I experienced the worst crowds of my life and some of the best food I've ever had. Dario quenched his thirst for Roman ruins as we walked on the same stones as the Roman Empire had walked. This destination had long been on our travel "must see" list and it won't be forgotten. To really see more of this incredible city, I would suggest at least 6-8 days if ...

    Second day in Rome, Colosseum, Palatine, Forum

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Dec 14, 2013

    93 photos

    ... sleeping, so cute! There was a lot of information to go through. One thing I learned was that these celebrations and/or games lasted long enough for people to cook their own food on the steps next to them.

    There were small oil burners they would cook their meat on. There was water a plenty due to the fountains and certain tokens suggested a limit on wine, so there would be no public drunkenness. I also learned ...