Lilium Hotel

Via Venti Settembre 58A, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $72.00

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Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty


... Macchiato (tried a cappuccino and Latte macchiato - but they were a bit like a Big M) Roman pizza (thicker, by the square slice, generous topping) Carbonara Lasagna Gelato (several) Peroni (Nasturo Azzuro) Tiramisu Ravioli pomodoro Gnocchi w Pesto Sicily: Granite con panna - coffee and strawberry Arancini Mozzarella (deep fried mozzarella sandwich) Parmagania (melenzane) Focaccia Espresso All types of vino and Birra Messina Homemade pasta and soup Salami Pesce Fresh fruits that were new to us such as ...

Sunday at the Vatican

A travel blog entry by mariafuhrman


... hapel) and the inside of St. Peter's Basilica. Both were beyond beautiful!!
We all decided that it was well worth the heat and the crowds to have had the experience! And that even though there were plenty of tourists in shorts (ugh!!!), it is always better to be safe then sorry.

We came back to the wonderfully air conditioned apartment ...

Veni, Vidi, Vici!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh


... we decided to take advantage of one in the train station. I had been telling Bryn about stand-alone, self-cleaning bathrooms that you pay to use. We found two such bathrooms, put in our coins, and stepped inside. Here's the bad surprise--not so self-cleaning! It was very smelly and there were puddles inside. We couldn't find the toilet paper at first and there was no soap or water. There is also a red button right beside the ...

Imperial Rome

A travel blog entry by nancyandscott


... Empire, built of concrete and stone. It sits just east of the Roman Forum, its construction started in 72 AD under the emperor Vespasian and was completed in 80 AD under Titus. The best esitmates are a seating capacity of 50,000 although some Roman texts indicate upwards of 80,000. In large part, this amphiteater was a puplic relations repair job by the Flavian dynasty after the disaster of the end of ...

Ancient Romans

A travel blog entry by ostrowski


... to see what has been preserved and is visible for all to see. Who made that decision and who was responsible for staying with it? While in this area you are actually walking in the footsteps of Julius Caesar, Nero, Caligula, Claudius, Hadrian and many others. Major excavations to explore previously untouched areas continue today.

The city's most majestic ancient monument is the Colosseo(Colosseum). The ...

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