Belvedere Hotel

Address: Via Monte San Salvatore 54, Mentana, Province of Rome, Lazio, 00013, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Mentana, is near Via Tiberina, Via Nomentana, and Torre del Grillo.
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      Day in Köln :)

      A travel blog entry by cdbennett on Dec 11, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... how amazing it is.. The photos definitely don't do it justice and inside was just as amazing! We had Italian for dinner and then walked home - one of the waiters at the restaurant thought we were from the USA hahaha! This morning we all caught the train back from Köln to Frankfurt airport and after saying goodbye to Stephie- Lee and I grabbed some breakfast and then flew to Rome (Italy) ...

      Mission impossible!

      A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... Sistine, and there was just so much to see everywhere else. It was complete overload! After our return Metro ride, we ate an exquisite salad at the Snack Bar Gastronomic, near our hotel, and then rested. According to our pedometer-wearing tour mates, we had walked 7.7 miles yesterday, and today was not inconsequential! We later walked, found a market to browse, had a light supper at an outdoor cafe, and when we got back, took the elevator to the hotel--which, while sparing ...

      Last Day in Rome

      A travel blog entry by mflieller on Sep 25, 2014

      13 photos

      ... bones/skulls decorated, down to the chandeliers. Small bones, hip bones, long bones, all in an artistic formation. Some full skeletons were wearing the Franciscan tunic. It was a bit creepy, odd and interesting. Theories behind the decor were purely artistic, or to protect the bones from the French. It was raining when we left, but not enough to dampen our spirits or ruin our plans. We threw on our ponchos and rain jackets and headed to a metro and then to the Santa Maria ...

      An Entertaining Waiter (and the catacombs!)

      A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... After making the ridiculously long walk there (and knowing I'd have to do the walk back) I sat my **** down on a rock and waited. The catacomb I saw was the st Collisto (not too sure about the spelling). It is the most popular of the catacombs visited and has 500 000 bodies buried inside. No, I did not get to see a single bone. Was I disappointed? Yes. If you want to see bones, don't do this one. They relocated all the bodies because people ...

      Day 2 in Rome

      A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... back to the hotel. On the way, the guys bought handsome belts from a third generation leather designer and shop keeper. After a swim and a rest, we taxied to the hip Trastevere section of Rome ("across the river") which is on the other side of the Tiber. We ate at a family owned and operated restaurant called "Augusto" and were the only non-Italians there. Their specialties are traditional meats and the simple Cacio e Pepe, (Pecorino Romana cheese and pepper), a typical Roman pasta ...