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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      A Hard Night's Day

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... The drive into Rome was dark so there was little that could be seen which the driver kept apologising for. IQ Hotel is lovely and very centrally positioned - but located on a street much narrower than I expected - more of a lane. I'm not used to old cities yet but I sure will be by the end of this trip!

      IQ doesn't have a mini-bar or even supply tea & coffee. ...

      Italy Week Two

      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 12, 2014

      58 photos

      ... in Europe.... Part of it was covered in scaffolding. After the Colosseum we headed to the Roman Forum and with the help of our downloaded audio guide we spent about 2-3 hours wandering around it looking at everything that is still standing and still being dug up. I just loved how much history was there to look at. Sim just loved watching me standing there with my mouth open looking around! The only problem again was it was just so hot! We ended up darting from one patch ...

      Loving Roma

      A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 09, 2014

      6 comments, 6 photos

      ... There's not much left of it now. Much of what has been excavated has deteriorated due to air pollution and acid rain. The villa fell into disuse in the 16th Century and became a ruin. Apparently, many of the statues and marble from Hadrian's Villa was used in the construction of Villa D'este.

      Luciano then drove us back to Rome, where he suggested we try the gelati at Gelataria La Romana. I have to say it was the finest gelati I've ever had. It's made on the premises in ...

      When in ROME

      A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 13, 2013

      16 photos

      ... camp ground and about 45 minutes later we made it! Yes, we were going CAMPING in ROME! We stayed at PLUS Camping, and surprising it was really nice. We had our own little bungalow with two separate rooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchen/living room. We then headed back into town and had to walk quite a ways to even reach Vatican City. The entire walk we had guys lined up down the street trying to sell us the dumbest stuff such as squeaky balls and light up lasers. The squeaking ...


      A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Aug 09, 2013

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... this is how the Italians do it and she said yes that was how the Italians do it. Ross then said to her “when in Rome” haha. Feeling much more awake we stopped in the Piazza Navona next to one of the fountains. This piazza is built on a 1st Century athletics stadium where they used to have Chariot races. They considered the main fountain in the Piazza as new for Rome as it was only built in the 17th century! We then headed over ...