Hotel Augustea

Address: Via Nazionale 251, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Carrani Viaggi e Turismo, Piazza della Repubblica, Via Nazionale, and Teatro dell'Opera.
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    Another fine day haggling and sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by fausettj on Nov 02, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    Porta Portense, a little way to the southern part of the city, two Metro stops below the Colosseum, (where we helped a Middle Eastern couple find their way to St Peters, carefully omitting the queue time) is supposed to be the biggest flea market in Rome. It probably is, in terms of numbers of stalls, but as far as variety goes, hmmmm I think it was the same ten stalls repested many times. The bridge on the way over the Tiber is littered with ...

    Sunday, Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... deli Angelic e dei Martiri just up the road. (I haven't quite worked out how to roll that off my tongue yet.) I could have Italian at 8 or English at 9; I went for English. The priest was an American and, not surprisingly, spoke well. There were 80 to 100 in the congregation and in such a large space of course we occupied only a small part of it.
    While Mass was on a steady stream of tourists were wandering through the church taking photos and chatting. Fortunately ...

    Sista dagen

    A travel blog entry by c.carlsson on Jul 31, 2014

    ... bike panniers and water bottles almost matching her kg for kg. mighty effort. Power Station: Alistair for the strength he displayed and his willingness to carry other people's burdens to help out. Tailwind: There was only one and she blew harder and more consistently as the trip went on and I'll miss her chatter from the back seat when we move to singles next year. Centurion: Christoffer. There was only one rider who rode 100kms in a day on the trip, and ok, he ...

    Let the Fun Begin! (Days 1&2 of class and tours)

    A travel blog entry by jordanklag on Jul 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... have either read about or seen pictures of for years, and then to actually be there in person, and walk where emperors, gladiators, peasants, and wild animals all walked was unreal. It was truly an unforgettable experience. In the Ancient Rome part of the tour we went to the Palatine hill, which is right next to the Colosseum, and where all the Emperors and High State Officials lived. Many parts of their homes (more like little ...

    Ancient Rome and the Shrinking Dome

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 08, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Colosseum however, not so pretty. The queue begins way outside, close to the arch, then snakes its way past the gates into the internal structure where it continues for a further distance to the ticket counters. Thankfully, we had prepared for this event, and armed with a Roma Pass (entitles you to two entries into participating museums- the Colosseum, forums and palatine hill are combined as one- and free public transport for 3 days) we made a beeline to a special ...