Eurogarden

Address: Salita del Castel Giubileo 197, Rome, Lazio, 00138, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Rome, is near Catacombe di Priscilla, Villa Ada, St. Agnes Outside the Walls, and Via Salaria.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Wow in Rome

    A travel blog entry by chriswayne on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... unbelievable then spent time in St Peters Cathedral as mass was going on next door. Amazing again then off to Colosium lots photos, on way past The Roman Theatre which is mostly ruins but used to seat 220,000 people, the outside wall is 600 metres long. Amazed yet again the Colosium is still so much of it intact after over 2,000 years. Really enjoyed being their. On tour lunch provided at elegant restaurant with wine and breads. ...

    In Tears

    A travel blog entry by bmaroone on Jan 12, 2015

    23 photos

    ... just have that one moment in that prison. When my heart realized Paul had walked those stairs and sat on the very same floor I was standing on, thinking of all the prayers he prayed before being executed for sharing the Gospel, I couldn’t help but weep. Even walking to lunch, tears continued to stream down my face! I felt (and still do feel) so unbelievable honored to have the opportunity to have such an unforgettable ...

    Pompeii & Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... found has enabled researchers to really understand what life was like in Roman times. We visited the public baths and could see how the Romans had invented underfloor heating and a system for having a series of pools at different temperatures. The lead water pipe they installed bringing water through the town is visible and some of the streets had underground sewers. Houses had shutters while shops had sliding doors and you can tell which is which just by ...

    First Impressions of Rome

    A travel blog entry by alipie on May 21, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    When I first arrived in Rome, I was surprised at how crowded it was. I wasn't expecting the streets to be completely packed with people, cars, and mopeds. The buildings aren't as old as I expected them to be, but they are so unique. When we first landed in Rome, we took a bus to the Termini neighborhood, where our apartment was located. We took some time to relax and get ready for our day and then headed out for lunch. We walked to Pinsere where we all had pizza. ...

    More Italy

    A travel blog entry by windystevej on May 02, 2014

    48 photos

    ... been given 35 days to get them done. The only places in Italy are in Milan and Rome and nobody seemed to speak any English, ignoring emails and leading to some difficult conversations on the phone - miming is best in person I've found. So, we had recruited Monica's help and Claudia was reporting that we had an appointment in Rome at 0900 the next day! We had to provide passport photos and fill in an online medical questionnaire. Having found that our trusty ...