Address: Via Palestro 13, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Living out my biking dream in Roma

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on May 13, 2015

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... m kind of glad. Rome is full of tourists, and tourists attract people trying to sell you everything under the sun, it’s hard to find good meals and the overpriced tasteless ones are coming at you from every corner. Or maybe this just me.

What I do love about Rome, and Italy in general, are the water fountains that are all through the city. They have free (woohoo) and have fresh cold water streaming out of them all the time. It’s lovely and just what you need. ...

Jewish Ghetto, Victor Emmanuelle museums and sun!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 11, 2014

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... about Cavour, Garibaldi, Mazzini and Emmanuelle. The displays are very detailed with excellent evidence. Oh to teach history in Italy!! We also enjoyed the Emigration Museum, which is dedicated to all the Italians who have emigrated from Italy during its various difficult times and sent money home (sounds like my parents). It was very detailed and professional and covered all sorts of stuff like the boat trips over, what sort of work they found, ...

Shops, shops, more shops!

A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 29, 2014

Today we were leaving Naples and making our way to Rome by train. The trip was at 11:00am and we didn't do much in the morning except pack our bags. We walked over to the train station as our hotel was really close and found the train we needed to be on. It was only about an hour long train ride so we would have the rest of the day to do whatever in Rome. We got on the train and it wasn't long before we arrived in Rome. After getting ...

Arancini & supli

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 13, 2014

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... was more Am delighted to see the roman arancini are more vast than the ones I make, equally delighted that mine seem flavoured authentically, my ragus are right. Anyway it was a no effort feast tho later I may try the recommendation of the 'asino d'oro' which I was pleased to have accurately translated as 'the golden ass' - that's a name to remember hungry than I ...

Romein' Around

A travel blog entry by lindalochrie on Apr 05, 2014

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... Paolo and, gasp, Lorenzo! I was pretty shocked when Lorenzo tagged along, and even more shocked when he got into the bar without question, and still shocked when his dad told him to get a drink (or two). I suppose he is 15 and the drinking age here is 16, but I couldn't fathom drinking at 15, especially with my parents, in a bar. On my 21st birthday I still told my mom as we were walking into the bar, "this ...