Contilis Hotel

Address: 81 Via Principe Amedeo, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Hanging out at the Vatican and St Peter's

A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 12, 2014

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... there trying to stay away after a long day) explaining the meaning of the paintings in the Sistine Chapel. You aren't allowed taking pictures, and no loud talking. I understand why she did it at the start, as she said that a lot of groups gather outside the chapel and listen to the speech, but it just seemed like she could have cut the talk in half and we could've had a few more minutes to explore (since we had to leave at 10-ish and ...

Ancient Rome with the Rogue Historians

A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 20, 2014

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... Pagan statues but unfortunately the Catholic Church removed all the pagan God's & ancient statues over the centuries when they came into power. Lots of the statues that are Christian saints were originally ancient roman statues & Greek/roman Gods etc. The Catholic Church melted them down & recycled them to make statues of the Christian Saints. They pinched parts of ancient monuments etc to build their own. Really sad how they destroyed history like that, ...

"Holy" cow, what a day at the Vatican

A travel blog entry by kblas1125 on May 23, 2014

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... The craziest thing was the idea that the skin that Bartholomew was holding was believed to be a self portrait of Michelangelo. Overall, the Sistine Chapel was everything it was said to be and then more. After we left the chapel we ventured through the rest of the museum, saw some 14th and 15th century globes that had a much different view of the world, and stopped in the cafe for a quick snack. Trotter tried espresso for the first time but I don't think he cared much for ...

Colosseum, Roman Forum, Capitoline Museums

A travel blog entry by fritz51 on Mar 16, 2014

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... forward. The main road between the Piazza Venezia, Via dei Fori Imperialli is closed to cars on Sundays. We bought t-shirts from the BicRoma stall.
We walked down past the Colosseum to the Basilica di San Clemente which is a 12th century church built over 4th century church, which is over a 2nd century pagan church and a 1st century Roman house.
On the Metro back Yvonne asked me, as she often does, where's my wallet. Checked the pockets but it wasn't there. Checked the bags ...


A travel blog entry by kathyfam on Oct 14, 2013

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... buildings. We managed then to walk to the Tevi Fountain (loads more tourist!) and the Spanish Steps. Another impressive building is the Vittorio Emanuel which contains the tomb of the unknown soldier. Although building started in 1885 it was not completed until 1911 and is a very white and bright building compared to the older buildings in the city. It is fondly known as "The Wedding Cake". To finish the day we got onto a Hop on, Hop off bus to see more of the ...