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 Capannelle, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), Giglio, and Made in Japan.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome with Cicely

A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on Oct 05, 2015

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... The Forum and Vatican City, I really wasn’t sure what to expect. I’d watched the Mary Beard series on everyday ancient Roman life a few years ago and was disappointed that I’d forgotten so much of it. Sometimes, though, it’s good to let a new place just reveal itself to you and that’s just what happened. It was pretty packed with tourists but only in bottlenecks created by restoration works such as at the Trevi fountain, did ...

Vatican, St Peters Basilica & Sistine Chapel

A travel blog entry by saigonjovi on Apr 14, 2015

3 comments, 85 photos

... picture...I laughed so hard and repeated the saying all day. It was just too funny! While there this bum started dancing right in front of a guy who was playing classical music which is the reason I wanted to sit there. ( cause of the classical music, not the bum) He played phenomenally, anyway back to the bum,he started dancing all wild and crazy and this man comes and starts telling him to leave and get away from the area, (the guy was apparently there with the guy that ...

Via Rasella

A travel blog entry by abbyprutzman on Jan 19, 2015

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... one of the groups attempted to kill some of the Nazi soldiers. Via Rasella was a street used every day by nazi soldiers in their march through Rome. One day, a group of activists decided to fight back, so the concocted a plan. One woman was to stand at the top of the street and give a signal to a man at the bottom when the soldiers were coming. The man was dressed as a street cleaner and when he got the signal, he lit the fuse on a bomb. Their attempt to ...

Bring on the Carbs!

A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Dec 05, 2014

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... me, which was awesome because Marian spoke fluent Italian and had also been to Rome before. We found ourselves in a tiny restaurant in an alley that we chose because the chef came out to lure us inside and told us that the food was excellent and that we could trust him because he was a fat chef. When I say the restaurant was tiny, I mean it. There were about 6 tables, and the only other patrons in the establishment were 2 Italian couples. Marian and I ordered a bottle of wine ...

Rome wasn't visited in a day.

A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jul 12, 2014

15 photos

... impersonal tours where a guide walks the streets and talks into a microphone that’s attached to a small radio device so the participants of the tour wear headphones and listen to what the guide has to say – that way there’s less chance for the tourists to interact, interrupt and delay the proceedings.

By the time we got to the Spanish Steps I was refusing to listen and had removed my ear-buds and Steven had that ...