Locanda Cairoli

Address: Piazza Benedetto Cairoli, 2, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Angel Tours Rome, Synagogue, Jewish Museum of Rome at the Great Synagogue, and L'Albero del Pane.
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    Roman Attractions

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... have been entered by climbing a staircase that is now entirely under modern ground level.
    Also, in antiquity there would have been a large colonnaded enclosure in front of the building making it almost impossible for one to glimpse the dome at the back.
    The statues of Augustus and Agrippa stood in the apse at the end of the colonnaded side aisles of the entrance.
    The interior design of the Roman Pantheon is a striking synthesis ...

    First Week of Work

    A travel blog entry by aschneider on Aug 30, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... salad), dolce is dessert of either fruit or pastry. An a teacher, I get all of this for €0.30 per day! Italian labor law provides that the meal be subsidized. I have found the need for eating dinner on a school night is gone, this lunch lasts me until the morning! More money for travel. Yay!

    One of my immediate loves about AOSR is the staff. Each person seems to truly care about the well-being of everyone else. It's been a long ...

    Bella Roma

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... results which I have now forwarded to my doctor at home. Once I was in touch with the right people, it really couldn’t have been easier!

    As well as dealing with the Italian medical system, Mikey and I had several great days of sightseeing on our own.

    We walked from our apartment along via Apia Antica back to the Coliseum on one day (most other days we took the metro). Along the way we went into the ruins of some ancient baths called Caracalla, pretended ...

    Journey home

    A travel blog entry by karenbrian on Dec 07, 2013

    15 photos

    ... and markets, you wouldn't really have recognised us with woolly hat, scarf, sunglasses, gloves....the works...roll on summer in NZ!
    The Tiber, Vatican (actually easier to get into than previously thought), Apian Way, Maximus Circas,Colleseum (always the colleseum!), Piazza ...

    Pompei and roaming around Rome!!!!

    A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Aug 24, 2013

    56 photos

    ... that was put on at the Coloseum (which was actually called the Amphitheatre of the Flaminios (fhe Flaminio family). It only became known as the Coloseum years later because a roman emperor (Nero) had a HUGE bronnze statue (known as the Colussus) built. It used to be located on the site of a temple on the palantine hill but was moved across the road so it was next to the Coloseum - it was like 30 metres tall or something and so overtime the amphitheatre became known as ...

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