Hotel Versailles

Address: Corso d'Italia 92, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | Hotel
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      Tauck Rome & Hurricane Sandy - Event in an Event

      A travel blog entry by rtauck on Nov 22, 2012

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      ... of Bernini Palace, to Palace of Cancellena -- some with wine tastings and private operas.

      Three Crown Jewels took our collective breath away: The Private Vatican Visit, Private Sistine Chapel and Private Dinner in the Vatican's Chiriamonti Museum -- a hallway with 1000 statues from 100AD. Imagine, the Vatican gets 5 million visitors a year, some 29,000 people a day. We were the only 175 guests that evening! Wow. One guest even stood up ...

      A City of Real History

      A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jun 16, 2012

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      ... symptoms would go away once I hit the road, not all did. I believe that I acquired a sinus infection from that one night, for it is still bothering me almost a week later. I go halfway around the world, and the pollen still manages to torment me…*******s. That along with the rather hilly riding made me wish that I hadn’t planned it so that my last day was over 70 miles and into a big city like Rome. Luckily, it was very easy to navigate Rome ...

      Making the Connection

      A travel blog entry by cwieden on Oct 02, 2011

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      ... experience and I loved seeing all of the different people representing a myriad of countries.
      This was also the first weekend I spent in Rome since classes began! It was supposed to be spent catching up on sleep and homework. Key word: SUPPOSED. Since the majority of the John Felice Rome Center's students travel on the weekend, we found campus to be nearly dead the whole time. This was a welcome ...