Barcelo Aran Blu

Address: Lungomare Duca Abruzzi 72, Rome, Lazio, 00121, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Lido di Ostia area of Rome, is near Real Rome Tours and Ostia Antica.
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    When in Rome...

    A travel blog entry by ricothegeordie on May 24, 2015

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    ... Spanish steps, or head to Campo de' Fiori for a shop and cheeky ice cream. Life here is almost too good to be true... You get really attached to the place and if you need to get away from the tourists just turn down a side street and immerse yourself within Rome's inner community. I could blab on for hours describing my love for Rome but there's not much point. With direct flights here every summer for really low prices all I can say to you is book up and come experience Rome ...

    When in Rome,

    A travel blog entry by amystruck on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... all of my history classes made it out to be, so my expectations for it were a little too high. The outside of it is beautiful, however there are just so many people trying to sell you tours, sunglasses, selfie sticks, literally anything you could think of it was hard to enjoy the view so we didn't really stick around there much.
    The next place we went was the Roman Forum, which I actually really enjoyed. It was a huge archaeological site with ...


    A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 07, 2014

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    ... before so wasn't as wowed by the Colosseum as previously. I also think our views about it have been strongly coloured by what we saw in Turkey, where some of the sites are a lot older but seem better preserved. Again the scale of the Colosseum is huge and its history is fascinating. I read somewhere that on occasion they even filled it with water for naval demonstrations - probably sucked the aqueducts dry for at least a month I would ...

    Rome, 11 - 20 Oct 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... Emmanuelle II memorial, the Jewish quarter, and - the Pantheon! The Pantheon was one of the highlights for us and a great surprise! It was built in 112AD and we assumed it would be another Roman ruin/remains. However, not only is it still there, it’s still in use. The Romans built it as a house of the Gods and the Catholic Church took it over in the 6th century and turned it into a church which is still used today. ...


    A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014 on May 29, 2014

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    ... completing the walking tour we went and explored the Colosseum. Unfortunately the outside was covered in scaffolding but the inside however was impressive. Part of the floor had been rebuilt so that turn tourists could get an idea of what the floor with the dungeons below would looked like. The Colosseum was originally covered with marble but over the years the marble was removed to ...