Scandeluzza Castle - Castello Scandeluzza

Via Scandeluzza, 11, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Via Scandeluzza, 11, Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Roman Odyssey Tours, Stadio Olimpico, and Trionfale Market.
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    The Vatican City experience

    A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... Wow, this place is amazing and so many people everywhere...we all follow our guide closely trying to not get lost in the sea of people. The paintings on the ceilings are just freaken out of this world! So amazing to see!! We next head to the Cisten chapel - again this place is pretty cool to see in real life, it must say I did kind of expect something bigger and more of a chapel, but the artwork was incredible to see. We weren't allowed any photos, so sorry there is none. There ...

    Ancient Rome

    A travel blog entry by nabeards on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... next bus to get to the entrance to the Colosseum.   We again got to use our 'skip the line' tickets purchased online, and walked right up to the entrance. The Colosseum opened around 80 AD so this thing is old! It was built so that people had a place to watch fights: exotic animals pitted against each other, humans vs animals, and humans vs humans. The animals and people were kept below the main floor of ...

    Basilica'd out

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 06, 2013

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    ... so we added a loop (another one, you hikers!) and trolled over the river to the Castel Sant' Angelo which visually belongs more to the English south coast than Renaissance Rome. At this point we were within a biretta's throw from St Peter's Square and a brief glimpse up the avenue to the Square offered another view of the throng doing what tourists do - ambling, clogging the pavements, running for their lives from Roman traffic, taking oodles of photos of anything ...

    Pompeii Tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... street and there are 3 high stones spread across the wide of the street and they were put there so when it rains you don't get your feet wet and they were the right distance apart for the chariots to drive through, how clever is that. We went into a house and you can see how people lived. They had public spas and toilets, bars and takeaways, stadiums, bordelloes there is even a penis engraved on one of the street cobble stones, pointing the way down ...

    A private tour of Rome

    A travel blog entry by jnight on Jun 09, 2013

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    Crossing over the bridge I ended up back in the heart of the city. As I tried to navigate my way across the city back to the hotel I came upon a square were Max had indicated that stray cats lived. This was a block of old ruins called Largo di Torre Argentina. Walking around to one side of the block I did indeed come across several cats lounging about.

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