Hotel Capitol Roma

Via G Amendola 83-85, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Roman Halloween

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero

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... joke in there somewhere.

Next I checked out the piazza del Popolo. Very nice piazza close to a huge park. Killed some time in the park and grabbed a gelato (what else). Headed to the Vatican after that.

The line for the Vatican museum wasn't really that bad (props to Vito for tellin me to go at 2). The place was overly crowded ...

Sunday in Rome

A travel blog entry by dbenton

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... and an awesome skylight. The doors into the Pantheon are the ORIGINAL bronze doors. Beth's hands on each side of one door gives you an idea of how massive they are. The concrete dome actually gets thinner and lighter with height with the highest part consisting of volcanic pumice! Outside, each granite column is a single piece, the biggest in Italy, and was originally shipped from Egypt. From there we stop by Sant' Eustachio for a cappuccino on our way to the ...

The Greatest Stadium of Them All!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh

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... actually fought to the death! (Really warm and fuzzy right?) There was a gift store where you could get replicas of old Roman coins.There was a museum inside, and you could see under the Colosseum (the floor was gone.) The Colosseum's walls were weakened by earthquakes and then a huge earthquake collapsed part of the south wall! The Colosseum was great (minus all the blood and death). ~Ethan

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The Busiest Day!

A travel blog entry by newromanticx

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... worth it. We didn't stay here long before making our way to the Trevi Fountain which was beautiful and busy! We decided to try and get a photo with no other tourists in (and managed it) before heading back towards our hostel on a little detour walk.

We ended up in the station looking for a supermarket or shop of some kind to grab some food for lunch on the journey the next day but this proved really difficult... Taking us a good 30 ...

Hell on Earth

A travel blog entry by vanny.d

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... mum to get lost in on her own. It was far too hot and I was pretty sure I was brewing a nice little batch of heat stroke. Her promise of returning in 20 minutes turned into an hour, then an hour and a half. We eventually got out of there alive. We did a spell of shopping and again traipsed past all the fountains and beautiful artifacts all lit up at night before returning home. Not without some pizza and pasta ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Green Tours.
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