Hotel Il Castello
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This weekend I went to Rome. For those who don't know, I love ancient history and mythology and so Rome and Athens are my geeky holy grails. This being the first time I have ever been to Europe, I wanted to make sure Rome was one of my stops. I arrived on Thursday but not before almost missing my flight from Barcelona (Why is it that when your in a …
... of us weary travelers probably had less than 4 hours during the entire trip. Some more…some less.
We had a brief stopover in Bangkok at 1:30am local time. Just enough time to stretch our legs along the terminal.
It was then on to Dubai. Not quite as long as the first leg but we were all extremely tired by then. The sun was chasing us as we approached Dubai. You could see it racing along the ...
... forming!Campo de Fiori is only a couple blocks away...thought we would go and find dinner there. OMGosh...we couldn't walk by a restaurant without the waiter coming out to get us to eat at their restaurant! We went a little further down a side street...thought it was one of Rick Steve's recommendation...went in...got the menu and it was all in Italian...and not one of Rick's. And that is OK.But I asked the waiter ...
... showcased. We didn’t have a guide but the descriptions were adequate. There were not many people so we didn't have a chance to eavesdrop on any English-speaking tour groups. We didn’t have the time to visit the rest of the museum but the exhibit itself made the trip worthwhile.
We decided to walk towards the Spanish steps for a look. We made a detour towards the Pantheon because ...
... Police) were standing around this massive crowd who were waving red Flags and balloons! A stage area had been set up and thousands of people had gathered for a protest rally. An Italian woman who was clearly passionate about what she was saying was speaking and the crowd seemed to like what she was saying too with lots of cheering and applauding !! I asked a guy in the crowd what was happening! In broken English he got the point across that they were protesting against ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Il Castello Rome
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Via Prenestina, 944, Rome | 4 star hotelfrom $72
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- Great hotel
- Great hotel
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- Simply Fabulous!
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- Refurbished Rooms
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- Great location
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- Poor time at the Porta!
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