Hotel Camelia

Via Goito 36, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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General Tour of Rome

A travel blog entry by hayesj

19

... by AD as a temple to all the gods. It is a circular building with huge colums out in front which is now a church. It has Raphael's tomb in it a circular hole in the top of it. This is still open and when it rains water falls onto the floor and is designed to drain away. Arrived next at the Piazza Navona. This is a long skinny rectangle with three fountains and follows the shape of a 1st Century AD stadium used for athletics and chariot racing. The ...

The Sweetness of Doing Nothing

A travel blog entry by tianachavez

65

... br> It was the food, wine, culture, architecture, history, friends, gelato and so much more that healed me. Healed me from what? Healed me from this comatose life I was so comfortable in.

The food in Italy itself lit a spark into my soul with every fresh homemade bite of linguini and fevered mouthful of wood-fired pizza. Each sip of the driest wine I could afford and find on the menu reenforced ...

And then there were four...

A travel blog entry by matchett5

6

... to die!!! Or at least, the connection lead for the Navman was being VERY temperamental…. When enough pressure was applied, in exactly the right spot, the Navman would power up again and we were fine. Not an issue, unless you have other things to attend to during your journey… Oh, that’s right, there are three kids in the back all differing in their wants – be it food, drinks, a new movie…, tolls to pay out of my window (driving on ...

Rome, the city of resturants

A travel blog entry by uaethunder

... fight against the most ruthless creatures from all over the world, the Colosseum was so big that could contain more than 1 thousand spectator. Second, we took Hop On - Hop off Rome Bus Tour so we can see the whole city and decide where to go next, it helped us last in Madrid so we wanted to use it again in Rome, and it was useful as we expect. Third, we visited Pantheon which is one of the oldest places in Rome, we learnt ...

Day Twelve, A Walk Through Caesar’s Rome

A travel blog entry by seasalt

73

... on the 5th floor of the building, so we climb 10 flights of stairs (switchbacks). There is an antique elevator- the metal kind where you have to close the doors manually, which we loaded all our bags into for the trip up. Free time for the next few hours, so our usual four-some headed out for some lunch. We stopped at a little café where a gentleman graciously offered to translate our requests. I had a simple ham and cheese Panini and ...

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