155 Via Veneto Boutique Hotel

Address: Via Veneto 155, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 25

A travel blog entry by mikaylalebo2 on Jul 11, 2015

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... part of Rome and eat lunch. We passed the Capitoline Hill and soon reached downtown. We found a little ma and pa Italian restaurant and ate lunch. We had the best pasta we had ever eaten! All homemade! The waiter even got out an instrument and started playing music for us! Such a cool experience! After lunch, we found wifi, and I directed us to Frigiderium Gelato. My favorite gelato place in Italy! It was only €3 for ...

Wednesday Wanderings/ Week 2 Reflective Questions

A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 11, 2015

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... change. In America, I can't remember the last time I've seen someone looking for exact change. It's a crazy idea to me, especially when all the tourists get the highest denominations of bills from the ATM! I can't imagine what would have happened if I gave the man a 50 for a 12 euro fee. He may have had a heart attack! But the lesson I've learned is use the higher bills at retail places, and only use the coins if there is an angry Italian not wanting to give me change! ...

Roaming Around Rome

A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Nov 03, 2014

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Cherry and I went on our own walking tour of Rome today. We found the Basilica which has the most amazing frescos inside and the meridian line which runs through the church. It doesn't look much from outside but wow when you go through the doors your neck gets sore from trying to look up at the ceilings. We then went to the tomb of the unknown soldier where soldiers stand guard 24/7. It is a stunning building. From there we wandered the streets of Rome. ...

A slice of Eternity

A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 26, 2014

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... Robyn gets out her trusty maps. “Next stop the Pantheon” she says and starts to try and plot a route. I lake at the adjoining building with its domed roof and columns and point out to her that perhaps we have already arrived.

The Pantheon is a huge cylinder supporting the largest dome to exist until the Renaissance, and even now some 2000 plus years after being built, it is an impressive feat of building and engineering. Twelve of its columns ...

Heights, ruins, and 2 churches

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Oct 09, 2013

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... the wait and the 8 Euro! After taking the elevator down I walked into Santa Maria in Aracoeli. This church is one of Rome’s most ancient Christian sites—said to be built (6th century) on the location where a pagan sibyl foretold the coming of the messiah. It has beautiful granite and marble columns and an amazing mosaic floor (12th century). There are also frescoes from the 15th century in one of the side chapels. Back outside and ...