Appia Park Hotel

Address: Via Appia Nuova, 934, Rome, Lazio, 00178, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Appia Antica area of Rome, is near St. Callistus catacombs, Appia Antica, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, and Capannelle.
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      Take 2: You Win Some, You Lose Some

      A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... we walked a bit until we found a taxi stand. When we got to the stand we expected to get picked up right there. (If you don't go to a taxi stand, in Rome you are supposed to call for a taxi. You are not supposed to hail one down.) Well you can imagine our confusion when we didn't see any sign of a taxi on the block ready to pick us up. None of us had working Italian phones yet. Nobody in the surrounding area spoke English. Morgan tried speaking Spanish ...

      Greetings from the Popes, Francis, Tom & Peggy

      A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... 22,000 people. Today there were between 50,000 and 60,000 people in St. Peters Square to hear the Papal message.

      The square and all of the stores and restaurants surrounding it were sooo crowded with people that we couldn't get near them so we settled for a lunch of water and gelato (Hazelnut for Tom and Mint Chocolate Chip for me), It was WONDERFUL!

      After lunch (if you can call it that) we were back on the bus headed for the Coliseum. A ...

      Roma <3

      A travel blog entry by alyce5 on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... passed thousands of years ago is just so huge to actually see. It was awe inspiring to experience, even in the overwhelming heat. Next stop was the Pantheon, which looks fairly ordinary on the outside but the beautiful ceiling with the perfect dome and hole in the centre explains why it is known throughout the world. The tour finished in Piazza Navona, an impressive square. Casey and I had lunch and shopped a bit. ...

      Paying my visit to the Ruins- Rome

      A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 19, 2014

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      We started our last day in Rome with a trip to the Colosseum. From the top we could see all the way down to the underground dungeons where gladiators had awaited their fates. Actually towards the end though to be a gladiator had been somewhat of a noble profession and poor young lads trained to become a gladiator for the money and the fame. It is said that you can see the engravings of the names of gladiators on the walls of the Coloseeum as son in a way they were their sport stars. ...

      Trevi and Spanish Steps

      A travel blog entry by rw1990 on Jan 09, 2014

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      ... 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 ...