AtaHotel Domina Residence

Address: Via Di Dragoncello 621, Rome, Lazio, 00122, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lido di Ostia area of Rome, is near Real Rome Tours, Ostia Antica, Rome Connection, and Church of Santa Cecilia.
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    Day 181

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jan 27, 2015

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    We're off to Rome today. Maintenance completed the 1000 mile checks whilst I took Logan for a walk, we walked to the beach, the wind is still strong and it has created masses of sea foam, as the wind blows small bits detach themselves from the main mass and float skywards like little clouds, the rest which is about 2ft deep, wobbles as if it's alive, it looks like a scene from ...


    A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Sep 13, 2014

    ... and because it was free entry there was no way to skip it. We had some really good gelato- one placed served actual Nutella instead of Nutella gelato which was a bit sickly . The next day we didn't do much in the morning but went over to the Colosseum at about 4pm. As it was about to close we didn't have to line up which was good. Wine bar Getting turned away from empty restaurant Walking to square **** tourist dinner Travestere Truffle lunch Burger ...


    A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jun 27, 2014

    ... a tiny bit underwhelmed by the collesium. It is still very amazing and you could imagine all of the games and fighting that would have occurred but it has defiantly been run down over time from all of the tourists- entry was only 11 euro each and lasted for 2 days. We gave our tickets to some backpackers on our way out for them to use. After the collesium we kept walking toward the trevvi fountain- I have been trying to describe it to jason as he doesn't think he has seen or heard ...

    Roma Magica Roma

    A travel blog entry by weitalians on May 09, 2014

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    ... And on our first day we did just that. The crisp spring morning saw us walk across to the Vatican to admire the history and marvel at the marble artwork of the colossal state.

    From there, we navigated along the Fiume Tevere and walked in the direction of Piazza Navona. We stopped at a tiny gelateria on Via dei Coronari for a granita that helped quench the thirst after a long, yet, captivating walk.

    By this time, 12:30pm, the streets were ...

    Grandiose to a sanctuary for cats!

    A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... should have traffic lights but here it really seems haphazard! Mostly you just need one person who is brave enough to step out, and then vehicles may stop. Not the motorbikes, though, they just honk and weave around you!

    I managed to get to the next stop on the walk, Il Gesu, even if it was a little bit of a different route. I’m constantly pulling out my Streetwise Rome map when the Walking Rome book fails me! Il Gesu is ...