Hotel Internazionale

Via Sistina 79, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barcaccia Fountain, Teatro Sistina, Keats-Shelley House, and Salone Margherita Bagaglino.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Day 1 in Rome

    A travel blog entry by moriahbeth on Jul 03, 2014

    62 photos

    ... Just in front if the church we ate pizza and salad with espresso. I had my first glass of Prosecco for free because we gave the waiter a hug. It was sweet of him. The food was out of this world. Best pizza of my life made with fresh mozzarella and tomatoes. Afterwards, in the Piazza we saw a man use spray paint and in just 7 minutes create an incredible piece of art! I took a video of it. We also listened to people playing music there and people-watched. We began to head back to ...

    Ruined in Rome

    A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 20, 2013

    30 photos

    ... on parade. More Carabinieri (police). I stay for a while listening to the band and then the cadets march off so I do to! Time to head back to the hotel, I'm exhausted. I have a rest for a little while and then think I should get some dinner but as I had such a late lunch I'm not very hungry. I've seen a fruit stall near the hotel that had huge peaches. I decide that a peach and a cup of tea will do me for dinner. The peach is enormous, my favorite clingstone, and ...

    Day 32 - Final day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by doddtravels on Sep 30, 2013

    14 photos

    ... We headed over to the meeting point for our tour. We started off with the Colosseum. Part of our tour were to the underground chambers, where the animals were kept and where the slaves and gladiators were kept prior to heading up to the main arena. The area was full of small rooms, which back in the day would have been dark, smelly and no least of all scary as you would hear the roars from up ...

    S.P.Q.R.

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Feb 27, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    "The Heart of Rome doesn't lie on the marble floor of the Senate but on the sand of the Coliseum"

    -Gladiator


    Did you know that the word "arena" actually comes from the Romans using the Spanish word for sand to describe the Coliseum floor?

    When you step into Rome's massive oval shaped Coliseum you cannot help but drop your jaw. It is almost as if you can still feel the chanting of 50,000 people. Much of the stadium has been rebuilt but ...

    Italy

    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jul 20, 2012

    160 photos

    ... largest church I’ve ever been in, and it’s surely the greatest piece of architecture in all of Catholicism.

    From the Basilica I made my way to the Vatican Museums, an annoyingly long walk that skirts the wall outside the Vatican. I was lucky again to have a very short wait in line to get inside and through the security. Once inside I was very disheartened by the sheer number of people roaming the halls of the museums. At times, I felt more like ...