Hotel Galatea

Via Genova 24, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Nazionale, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Palace of Exhibitions), San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, and Sant Andrea al Quirinale.
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    Day 37 Rome

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... was a triumphant arch, celebrating a victory. The armies would march back into the city through the arch and into the Imperial Roman Forum. Some of the arch was made up from "borrowed" stones & frescos to save money, and they were pointed out so we could see the differences. The colosseum is built on the Palatine Hill, which is one of the 7 hills the city of Rome was built on, with the forum being built on Capitoline Hill. We then entered the Forum, where it decided ...

    Day 10- Rome via the port of Civitavecchia

    A travel blog entry by gla29adventures on Aug 31, 2013

    74 photos

    ... we didn’t understand and kept walking. Great move…I highly recommend it to all readers of this blog.

    Now, it’s time for another worthless 7th grade history lesson from Ms. Gayla’s vacation Bible school class. About 2000 years ago, the area known as St. Peter’s Square (which includes the Basilica) was used for Roman chariot races. They didn’t have half-time shows with Justin Timberlake and Janet ...

    Roman Holiday

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Aug 15, 2013

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... it was a joke. The shade was a hot commodity and anywhere that had large amounts of it also contained large amounts of tourists. I loved all of the cafes and colourful gelato shops. I wanted to eat at every one of them - the food looked so good. I especially loved the busy Piazzas, my favourites being the Piazza Navona and the Piazza del Popolo.

    Our first major tourist stop was at the Vatican. We waited in line for about half an hour to ...

    Train to Rome

    A travel blog entry by bkrj on Jul 01, 2013

    ... was working and the station was modern and clean. Got to the station with plenty of time to spare. The boys decided they were hungry and wanted a macdonalds so we got an early lunch. Got on the train, which was onetime pretty much, at 11.20 and arrived in Rome by 1.30 ish. The seat numbers on the train are a mystery. We had seat numbers 61,62,63 and 68 and thought as you would that 68 would be away from the others. We were relieved to see that we were altogether with ...

    The Carbohydrate Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jun 30, 2013

    15 photos

    ... of Cinque Terre. Amazing scenery and postcard perfect little towns, buzzing with tourists who had taken the train but still worth the hike, with endless sea one side, terraced vineyards the other, and you on a tiny clifftop track. Sweated up a storm in the heat, but exerted enough energy to justify heading back to the wine festival again and doing our bit for the local economy by sampling their wares. Could have spent a lot longer here, the pace of life is way more chilled ...