El Patio Hotel

Address: Via Casilina 1108 , Rome, Lazio, 00169, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Torre Spaccata area of Rome, is near Giglio, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), Capannelle, and Made in Japan.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Vatican and St. Peter's

A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 14, 2015

... even in the off season it is often elbow-to-elbow. Luckily, on some days certain parts of the museum are open only to special group tours on a rotating basis. Thus, when we were in the Etruscan museum, very few others apart from our group of 20 were in the rooms with us. It made those rooms very special to visit as we were able to relax and enjoy. Other rooms were literally shoulder to shoulder, with our guide, Gloria, being part guide and part military commander to navigate ...

A little step down in Rome

A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

78 photos

... They would go in the Colosseum and use weapons to fight to the death. The victor would end up wealthy but the loser would die. To the audience it just looked like a pit of sand. But under the sand was wood and under that was the secret of the colosseum. The underground part of the colosseum was when they stored all of the animals, weapons, armor, and even the gladiators stayed down there. When they needed the animal or gladiator to go up into the arena ...

The tireless search for the best coffee and pizza

A travel blog entry by jmayo on Jul 02, 2014

5 comments, 34 photos

... would know what we were looking at. There's a dungeon-like walkway with a spiral ramp that leads to where they used to keep the urns and you can just picture old torches on the walls to light the way. Apparently the place has also been used as a prison where they tortured and executed people, former popes used it as a residence, fortress and a safe house, it used to house the popes treasury (and still has a gigantic trunk in one of the rooms) and there are rooms with a bunch of ...

Is the Pope Catholic?

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 19, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... off with police everywhere. The Pope was going to be coming through our street! What are the chanced of seeing two of the most famous people in the world within the space of two weeks? Each time it has been an occasion that happens only once a year. The parade of the Pop was for Dolci Cristi. Seeing the Pope obviously wasn’t on our bucket list but why not have a snoop when he’s going to be walking down the street you’re staying at? About 9pm, when ...

The past year.

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Jan 30, 2014


... I am really proud of having parents willing to let me go! Every time I dream a new dream they, along with the rest of my awesome family and friends, are right there alongside me helping me to realize them. I am constantly inspired by the faith that people put into me and that is really what keeps me motivated to do all of the things that I do. I guess the point of this is to allow myself to be grateful for every adventure, every person, heck even every animal that has been ...