Hotel Ginevra

Via luigi Pianciani, 17, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Rome-ing the World

A travel blog entry by tcoleman


... virtually on my own I can only turn to myself and rely on that person. In a unfamiliar place, not knowing a lick of the language, and knowing next to no one, the only thing I brought with me from home is a headshot of my grandpa. As long as I got my buddy Carl with me I have all the exploring spirit I could ever want. My studies, my travels, my fun, these blogs, are dedicated to him. All my love from Rome!

Never Stop Exploring.


Et tu Bruno

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... is Signora's birthday, we need communication.

Ottobre 8th Camping Village Pappasole, Follonica.

Signora, still not 100%, celebrates her birthday with Signor in the camp restaurant along with another 50 or so other happy campers accompanied by their half term kids. The camping village is huge - modern all weather tennis courts, pharmacy, supermarket, restaurant, cafe - it's got the lot. It has also got an ancient pine forest and a sandy beach - perfect ...

A Break Evening

A travel blog entry by danddmeed

We woke up in Pompei around 8 AM, grabbed some breakfast, and then headed to the train station to catch our train at 9:58 to Naples. The train arrived in Naples around 11AM and then we had to wait for our train to Rome (which left at 12:30 PM). We went to Mcdonald's to hang out with Free Internet access until our train for Rome. Well, we ran into this problem with free internet for several times now. Internet is free, if you have an Italian phone ...

Rome at Last

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh


... about the day is a lot of walking and bus-riding and...oh, gelato! I got a huge scoop of cream caramel gelato at Blue Ice, which was fantastic!!! The Italians have the good life for sure. So many yummy-looking flavors piled into small was so hard to choose. P.S. If any of you decide to plan a trip to Rome, go to Blue Ice! I have yet to find a better ice cream place. Ciao! ~Bryn

Underground temples in Rome

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... was their Mithraic school, and then further on a couple of 1st century houses. The interesting thing about this level is how well supplied with water it is. The houses were fully equipped with drains and basins that took advantage of underground springs, and the noise of the water flow adds to the creepy factor. No photos allowed in the underground section, and an automated recording played 5 minutes to remind you in case you were tempted to be naughty. After ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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