Domidea Hotel

Address: Via Raffaele Costi, 17/21, Rome, Lazio, 00155, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Raffaele Costi, 17/21, Rome, is near Castelluccio, Giglio, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), and Via Nomentana.
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    Oh, Give Me a Home, Where The Buffalo Rome .......

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Oct 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... can’t ring our friend. Hmmmn, would all those with curly tails and trotters, please make their way to the airport. “You’re not very helpful are you?” says Ali. If you have a complaint, you can write to the management comes the deadpan reply. “I’d get more sense out of the cat” says the old boy. End of discussion.

    About the only thing ‘Cheerful Charlie’ did get right, was to order and pay for a taxi ...

    Rome - Day 2 COI Tour / Villa D'Este /Ostia Antica

    A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 24, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... passing trade perhaps from a fridge ( urn) filled with snow. The guide was good and the weather pleasant. The site is nice with 100/150 year old pine trees. I'll just forget about our feet at this stage. Had dinner at the same place we had on the first night. Still good. Had fettuccine with mushrooms and prawns. Yummy. Finally ordered affogato, forgotten how much i like this. Washed it down with Umbrian Sangiovese fast becoming my new ...

    Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

    A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts on May 16, 2014

    37 photos

    ... us avoid the hordes, it also decided to absolutely bucket it down all weekend meaning that most of our fellow tourists (as yes, we do have to admit that we are indeed included in this category, as much as we ridicule them) were convinced to postpone their days out, leaving just the hardiest of us to wade through the villages. In all seriousness though, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia and Monterosso are witness to one of the most gorgeous, inspiring coastlines ...

    When in Rome..

    A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on Apr 22, 2014

    104 photos

    ... gardens, St. Peter's basilica and we even went to St. Peter's square where the pope was talking so we actually saw pope Francis. We wanted to see the tombs of the old popes but there was to many people around since the pope was speaking. We finished the afternoon off by heading to the roman forums where we bought a ticket that got us into the colosseum, roman forums and the palatine hill (which meant skipping the lines!). We walked around all the roman forums which we ...

    Ancient Rome-ing

    A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on Jan 10, 2014

    9 photos

    ... to the Palatine Hill, where we saw the remains of the ancient aquaduct, bringing fresh water to the palaces of the emperors. The Romans have always believed that it was at this site that the foundlings, Romulus and Remus, founded the city, and we were amazed when Cathy took us to see the early Bronze Age huts (from the time of Romulus) which have recently been unearthed here. We also saw the palace of Emperor Augustus (44BC), and the baths complexes. The Palatine ...