Hotel Alius

Via Nazionale 243, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Rome - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird


... Surely the could find someone with a deep voice to impersonate God. "Silence!" "You there in the blue shirt, put down that camera!" Really freak people out. That would be a cool job. The tour ended not long after the chapel and with that went my patience with my shoes. They were off. Yep that's right I walked barefoot through the Vatican museums and the cool marble on my aching soles was heaven.

On returning to the piazza I had a ...

Embraced by Rome

A travel blog entry by serinakoester


... home base, where he had a show with the Refectory Brass Band. We arrived too late to see them, but heard the last song as we meandered through the entry of the Ex Snia Social Center for a typical, but special to us, outdoor gathering of locals.

Hump day was like voraciously climbing a mountain, simultaneously committed to the slow ...

We love Roma already!

A travel blog entry by daryl75


... food... simple, but exquisite!

Had the best tomato and mozzarella salad ever, with a little seafood pasta....yummy...... none of the staff spoke English, and our Italian is terrible- but we had lots of fun trying to communicate, though it was just a little bit scary.

Stopped off for a fabulous gilato on the way home... "see you tomorrow" we said to the gelato lady!

And we will.


Italian Adventure

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon


... rivalled those in the Sistine Chapel. What fascinated me the most about Assisi was the amount of Friars and Nuns...they were everywhere. Our local guide told us it was the home of the Franciscan Friar and Nun movement. There was a closed nunnery there home to the Poor Clare's, followers of the original St Clare of Assisi. These women are banned from the outside world so have never left the gates of the convent since being admitted. They are only permitted to speak for half an ...

Rome: The eternal city

A travel blog entry by kevgunner4

... in history is an awe inspiring experience. But. And this is an iffy but. Honestly, I think it's overrated. Now I know I may get thrown under the bus for that but you have to pay 12 euros, roughly 15 dollars to get in. It might have been worth it if i stayed around and looked at the museum but i am not one for museums and we saw the monument in about 20 minutes. The coliseum did not dissapoint with all its tall stone arches and the feeling of majesty of battle but I felt like ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Piazza della Repubblica, Via Nazionale, Teatro dell'Opera, and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
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