All'Ombra del Colossea

Via Capo d'Africa 59, Rome, Lazio, 184, Italy | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by jordanklag

... We had a guide from ISA (The travel company we are here with) take us through several. In one church there are 3 levels. The first century cathedral, then a 4th century cathedral built on top, then a 12th century cathedral on the current level. We were actually able to go all the way down to the 1st century area of the church and it was amazing. I have never seen something so old and still standing and well preserved. There are still traces ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by bobmclovin


... style clock tower, the Etruscan city walls, medieval wine cellars and the interestingly unfinished Duomo.

After a stop for photos we got back on the coach and travelled to Tuscany, to the area surrounding Montalcino. Here we visited Sant' Antimo Abbey, where the stone walls ring with the sound of Gregorian chants, before admiring the views over the town's vineyards.

Next was Brunello di ...


A travel blog entry by grammyvail


Ok, I lied. Must write more. We went on one of those tour buses, which was great, since it took us around all of the main attractions, with information in English! and, guess what??? We got to the Vatican at about 10:15 AM, and Pope Francis was giving his Wednesday Mass!!!!! we certainly didn't pan it, but we "saw" the Pope, and were blessed by him. I an bit Catholic, but it was quite a ...

Colosseum sight seeing day

A travel blog entry by abby_grebisz


... amazing the paintings and ceilings where things I could not even imagine doing. Over all this was one of my favorite days. The dinner we went to was soooooo good I had an amazing black pasta with squid, clams, and muscles. Every one who would walk bye me would look at me like I was crazy bit I did not care and ...

So...this is free??

A travel blog entry by zinnolewis


Um....we were a little jet lagged to say the least. We slept in until 3pm, but we did not let that get us down! We started the day by searching for a supermercato, but stumbled upon a little market, where we bought some staples for our apartment (pasta, sauce, milk and bread). After dropping the goodies off at our apartment, we made the 3 km trek over to the Colosseo. On the way, we found an area that was swarmed with ...


This hotel, located in the Celio area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Clemente, Teatro Colosseo, Love4adventure Tours, and Celio.
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