Antiqua Roma

Address: Via Marianna Dionigi 17, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Vino Roma, Altar of Peace (Ara Pacis), Palazzo di Giustizia (The Hall of Justice), and Museum of the Souls of Purgatory.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Post-Contiki Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... whole thing. I'm an introvert who gets tired of people easily. Being on a busy tour with non-stop activity for an extended period of time is fairly daunting. Nor do I usually do very well in large groups. Yet, I found that neither of these really turned out to be impediments to having a fun time with a great group of people.

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    Veni Vidi Vici

    A travel blog entry by sjburk1 on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... There may be more places to buy gelato in Rome than churches, which leaves very little room for housing. So, of course, we have to indulge our hosts with yet another round. We will never look at ice cream the same way again at home. The rich flavor of gelato had completely killed ice cream for us now. Maggie got strawberry that tasted like the freshest, ripest strawberries you have ever had, completely ...

    Rome wasn't meant to be visited in a day

    A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... and Church, which previously was a Roman circus. We then went to the Pantheon which is a 2000 year old dome building originally built for pagan gods converted to a Christian temple. How they build the structure to hold up a huge dome with limited technology is amazing. The Pantheon is remarkably well preserved.

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    When in Rome, do as the Romans do

    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... makeover so we couldn't gaze in wonder at it, I did take a happy snap of all the scaffolding though. Our feet carried us onwards to 'Museo Frati Cappuccini e Cripta Ossario' or once again more simply the dead monk church. This place is crazy. Over 3700 dead monks from the order have been bought to the crypt under the church and made into art. There are 6 rooms full of human skulls, vertebrae and pelvic bones (not to mention every other bone) organised ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by mvogt25 on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... off our night with a glass of wine on the balcony of our hotel room, the perfect ending to our first day in Italy. The next day we got an early start and went to the Coliseum, Forum, and Palentine HIll. As we were walking through the ruins of the palaces on Palentine Hill we hear, "Matt!" We turned to look, thinking, who the heck do we know in Rome, and it was State College again. We figured randomly bumping into them three times must have been fait, so ...