Cilicia Hotel

Via Cilicia 7, Rome, Lazio, 00179, Italy | 3 star hotel
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December 15th to 17th - Rome

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan


... of tunnels which were created underneath the floor .For storage, training and housing of the beasts. There were trapdoors in the floor which were used to raise the gladiators and animals up from underneath. It didn’t feel like a very nice place to be. We then climbed the stairs to the third tier to get and fantastic view of the whole Colosseum and Roman Forum. Here we learnt about the gladiators and the games. Our tour guide was lovely and the tour was great.

We ...

Vatican Museum Tour

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... along. Once we got to the Sistine Chapel however, we perked up. There is no talking and no photos allowed in the Sistine Chapel. The annoying guards keep announcing on a loud speaker: NO TALKING NO PHOTOS NO TALKING NO PHOTOS. That was more disturbing than the hushed whispers in the Chapel. Danielle said she sometimes gives this tour twice a day. I hope she has a good chiropractor! Finishing up in St. ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... with Naples pretty quickly. I got back to my hostel in the evening, made some pasta for dinner and went to bed early. Also, listen to all this 'went to bed early' stuff. Aren't I a good girl. Although to be fair, I think it is reflective of how long I've been traveling and my energy levels. Traveling everyday, sleeping in a different bed, doing things all day can be exhausting. So I did kind of know that I would start to feel travel weary at some point. That sort of hard ...


A travel blog entry by coach27


... an boorish bus conductor and ended up busing to Termini Station and taxiing to Piazza Navona, where the taxi driver gave up on trying to find Via Paola, kicking her out and zooming off. Cheryl, sans phone, fell upon the mercy of passers-by to get directions to the apartment.

Meanwhile, we had been periodically walking to the bus stop to wait for the airport shuttles. Eventually, Cheryl borrowed somebody's phone and called ...

The Colosseum, The Borghese and The Forum

A travel blog entry by lgrove32

... the Spanish Embassy to the Vativan which has been there almost 300 years. From there we made our way to the epic Trevi Fountain. It was beautiful and impressive and both Derek and I participated in the tradition of tossing in a coin and making a wish, hopefully assuring our return to Rome. By this time we were tired and very hot so we returned to the hostel for a little siesta. After a cool down and a couple hours rest we went out to ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Through Eternity Cultural Association, Scuola Gladiatori di Roma, Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica, and Domine Quo Vadis.
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