Arcadia Hotel

Address: Via Campo Romano 75, Rome, Lazio, 00173, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Campo Romano 75, Rome, is near St. Callistus catacombs, Appia Antica, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, and Capannelle.
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    Buonjiorno Roma!

    A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas on Jan 06, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and cars seem to coexist harmoniously. Another travel hiccup has always been door keys and am not so sure the problem lies with me or the lock! This one here in Rome a little more problematic especially when one is desperate to get to the toilet. Rome..what can I say? We saw a little upon walking out before dinner. Pasta on the menu again for Bridget and a salad for me. I hadn't visualised Rome apart from studying places ...

    Nothing funny happened on the way to the forum

    A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Sep 22, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... The chef,Gabriele Bonci, and his staff bake the crust first, then par-cook some of the toppings and assemble the pizza. When you order (by weight) it they bake it for you. It's very different from American pizza, but was delicious. I particularly enjoyed one made with potatoes.

    We then walked down to a deli/cheese shop called La Tradizione. We learned about different kinds of cured meats and cheeses and ate more food and drank ...

    Exploring Rome

    A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Aug 04, 2014

    6 photos

    Today we had a full day tour of Rome with a car and an English speaking guide. We saw lots of ancient things. First port of call was the Coliseum which was only called that due to the colossal statue of the emperor that stood outside the building. Our commentary was really good and we learnt so much more than last time. There was fighting between animals, men against animals and men against men. Apparently Caesar didn't do the thumbs up, thumbs down bit but he did a ...

    Rain, Churches and Mike Angelo

    A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on May 23, 2014

    11 photos

    ... to this ... but I guess Italian men didn't figure it out because the tradition has long since stopped, and Italy has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe). We descended from the "Capital Hill" on Michelangelo's steps and ventured a short distance to the resting place of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits; Gesu Church. Most remarkable was a statue of a Nun "whipping the unbelievers" next to his grave. Jesuits always ...

    December 15th to 17th - Rome

    A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Dec 15, 2013

    17 photos

    ... guides were great as it gave us a route to follow and key pieces of art and sculpture to find, without it all becoming overwhelming and meaningless. The information provided about the key artworks was just enough to give us all an interesting insight into the story behind the piece.

    I had no idea the Vatican had so many museums and so much significant artwork and artefacts from history. The collection from Egypt dating back to 2500 BC to 400 BC was fascinating. Ro and I ...