Hotel Cassia

Address: Via Cassia 1736 (La Storta), Rome, Lazio, 123, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Cassia 1736 (La Storta), Rome, is near Roman Odyssey Tours, Mercato dei Fiori, and Dei Piccoli.
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    More stifling heat

    A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... while we waited we went walking & found a barber shop & Tim went for a trim, for €10 he cut, styled & shaped, did a great job, enjoyed watching the other barber create a masterpiece on the guy next door then proceed to shape his beard etc by hand held razor.
    Hotel again for air conditioning & decided to risk the oppressive heat again, every orifice swest, we ...

    Day 14 Rome

    A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 14, 2014

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    ... to see some of his art works. We even got a rose at the end of the evening. The bus trip home was somewhat of an adventure as well. We had a great singalong, saw some more sights of Rome and did several turns around the round a bout in front of the Republican Square Monument singing the Wheels on the Bus. Don't know what the people who were on the square thought, but we had fun. I have been reminded several times through this trip of the advantages of coming on an organised tour. I ...

    Day 6 Update

    A travel blog entry by vagari on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... is magnificent! The 2000th anniversary of his death is next year, and the exhibit brings together works from all over the world that pertain to Augustus, his family, his adversaries, and his time. It is impossible to convey how amazing it was… Sigh. I’ll share it all with you guys later! I’m signing off for the night now. We love and miss everyone, and I’ll write more tomorrow. Amanda




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    Rome.

    A travel blog entry by reneepetaaa on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... s temple at the forum, was definitely a main attraction. After the walking tour we made our way towards the Vatican for another 2 hour walking tour. The Vatican didn't make me as breathless and I thought it would, but to be honest I felt like a cow going to slaughter the whole time I was there. No one could move you literally had to shuffle with the crowd. I would have loved to inspect it in my own time with a lot less people around. I ...

    Roma- lots of sites in one day

    A travel blog entry by pegardyne on Jun 19, 2013

    ... Vatican gardens and came across (Italians are very relaxed and don't like signs or any form of order) the Popemobile museum which was very interesting with some sweet rides and even the Pope-mobile that he was shot in. One of the highlights was a 4WD drive Goodwin glass house style. On the way out we went through all the halls with carved statues that were up to 4000 years old including a cylinder with inscriptions on it that belonged to King Nebuchadnezzar. This ended ...