Piazza delle Vaschette 13, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Bonjourno Roma!

A travel blog entry by lwesolow


... lunch with two glasses of the house white wine followed by a pizza for Dani and a Panini for me (buffalo mozarella, tomato and basil). Great food and people watching. Headed towards the Borghese Gallery to pick up our tickets for the 3 pm reservation. Spent about an hour in the Borghese Gardens (very similar to Central Park). Dani took a quick nap and I got to enjoy people watching....include some great ...

Trevi and Spanish Steps

A travel blog entry by rw1990


... of the Unknown Soldiers. This was pretty cool because Caina and I both have been to DC to see the US counterpart of this. Much larger here in Rome, though. On the way back to the flat we passed Cristo Salvatore - the cathedral of Christ the Savior - I could read it and told Caina what it was. Go me! May not be able to order a sandwich but I've got me some historical Catholic Italian ...

Heart of Rome Walk

A travel blog entry by gritaly2013


... through the Pantheon, indulged in a gelato at Giolatti's, and finished our walk at the Spanish Steps. To conclude our day, we enjoyed a gorgeous (and giant) pasta dinner with vino rosso on tap. Bella Roma!

Tomorrow, Florence (if we managed to book the correct train tickets). :-)


A bigger family

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... day I know where I will be going & what I will be doing.

Train Italo is a new Italian train. It left Rogoredo station in Milan early in the morning. It traveled through the Tuscan country side. It didn't have the smell or the overcrowding of Tren Italia. It's a fast train. It took only almost 4 hours to get to Rome. But with Tren Italia it would have taken 7-8 hrs. I got some rest. It was a beautiful trip. Tuscany is Italy's farmland.

Beautiful castle: ...

Pounding the cobblestone streets in Rome !!!

A travel blog entry by linda.grippi

We arrived in Rome after a few hours stopover in Dubai absolutely exhausted having been traveling for 24hrs all up. We collected our luggage after quite a long wait on the carousel, and proceeded towards the bus termini, forgetting of course that all the pavements are cobblestone, try pulling 25kg bag for about 7mins along those bloody stones to a waiting bus. The surprise was how cheap the fare ...


This hotel, located in the Vatican City area of Rome, is near Castel Sant'Angelo, Castroni, Via della Conciliazione, and Statua di Santa Caterina.
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