Hotel Center 3

Address: Via Achille Grandi 7, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Salaria, Via Tiberina, Tiber Village, and Torre del Grillo.
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    Conclusion

    A travel blog entry by nbates91 on Jan 23, 2015

    The Eternal City has had over 2700 years to grow and transform and you can literally see this as you explore the city. You may go for a jog by the Tiber and come across a filthy, hobo infested sewer and not even realize that you are looking at the Cloaca Maxima from the 6th century BCE. You might go shopping and not even realize that you are walking inside what was once an ancient stadium or that ...

    La Dolce Vita

    A travel blog entry by micheletapiolas on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... hand. A man wanting to take polaroid snaps of us so informed us. "No thank you" but thanks for the tip. Finally, we got the toss right in the right area on the third attempt.

    We revisited the Pantheon almost on dusk to see the inside. It was to be a day of no church visits I told Bridget. In fact, having now seen the second largest church in the world, St Peters Basilica (the largest is on the Ivory Coast so says the guide book), I'm not inclined to want to see any more. ...

    Three days in Rome

    A travel blog entry by philncindy on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... big coach in and out of tight spaces with inches to to spare and with ease. Unfortunately The Trevi fountain was covered with scaffolding and not operating. We did see all of the other major sites though and no sense in detailing, since everyone knows them. It's something you must do in person to appreciate though because you can't get the scope in a picture. On to Vatican City and we went right in with our tour group. The highlights were the Sistine chapel and the church of ...

    Rome, The Walkable City

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... from Cambridge in England are seated next to us...and when I say right next to us, the tables are so close that you have no choice but to get to know one another! Since Beverly and David are celebrating Beverly's 50th birthday, we are swept into the celebration and enjoy the evening sharing stories with each other. Before we know it, the evening has passed and we stroll across the piazza back to our apartment. The end of a great day walking and exploring in Rome!


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    Everything's coming up roses!

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 19, 2014

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... poets, John Keats and Percy Shelley, both of whom died before they reached the age of thirty. The cemetery itself is a haven of peace that is completely insulated from the din of the outside world beyond its walls. It reminded Dee and I of a smaller, more intimate version of Pere Lachaise in Paris, with beautifully landscaped pathways leading to the grave sites, many of which take on the appearance of artistic masterpieces. The sculpture known as the ...