NH Vittorio Veneto

Corso Italia, 1, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Rome, is near Villa Borghese, Via Veneto, Villa Malta o delle Rose, and The Church of Immaculate Conception.
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    Quid pro nobis Romanos?

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... inside, it was originally a temple for the emperor Agrippa's private use but when the Empire converted to Christianity, the Pantheon became a church, a purpose that it still fulfills today. as such, it is the oldest building in continuous use anywhere in the world. other function it has are as a tomb - the painter Raphael is buried here as is the uniter of Italy, Vittorio Emmanuel and his son Umberto I and his queen,inventor of the pizza, Margherita. We took ...

    Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Pt.3

    A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... long, or so we thought. I should have been skeptical as soon as I saw that there wasn't a meter in the taxi, which was marked by the way. But the guy was really friendly and almost grandfatherly, so I wasn't expecting it when he turned around at our stop and demanded 40 euros for a 15 minute taxi ride. We were way too exhausted to try and fight it, and this was the first country we'd been in where neither of us knew the local language. I guess in the end, it evened out ...

    All things come in threes!

    A travel blog entry by megan.griffin on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... it would be better to through the Australian 20 cent pieces we had left in our wallets instead of our Euros into the fountain. On a general view of the crowd it seemed as though the correct shoulder to throw your coin over was the right and the was no superstition elements similar to salt. So away we went throwing our coin over our right shoulder and into the fountain. Later that day we would realise that we both forgot to make a wish when we threw it... Oops! ...

    I went, I saw and they conquered me.

    A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Aug 30, 2013

    ... sure what’s so magnificent about this view but it was a must go in my books and both of us throroughly enjoyed the hike to go see it. The Fontana di Trevi was a sight of grandeur, just a little fountain adorned with sculptures of well built heroes lost in time mixed in ...

    Roman living

    A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... where I knew we could easily get a taxi. The taxi took us to the address I had taken from the notice on the door. Turns out we were only a few streets away from our original destination. I also discover that an appointment is a necessity and walk-ins will not be taken. I take down the number to make an appointment, as there was no one there who could assist me in doing so. We leave the clinic, hopeful that tomorrow we will get what we came for. The following morning ...