Hotel Maikol Rome

Address: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 138, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Parco di Colle Oppio, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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        Roma - the end of the road

        A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 16, 2015

        1 comment, 31 photos

        ... Mattei where our apartment for the next 4 nights is located. Our street and little neighborhood area is just directly north a block from the Jewish Ghetto quarter, a very quaint and quiet area to stay.

        Annamaria buzzes us in to the building so we can take our luggage up the small lift to the 3rd floor. We are greeted by a lovely lady who shows us around our cute, cute, cute apartment and tells us about the Etruscan wall in the basement and the ...

        Rome to Florence

        A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 08, 2014

        3 photos

        ... had sightseeing in Florence. The Square with Neptune's Fountain, Ponte Vecchio Bridge and fake David as no time to go to museum to see original which I saw 10 years ago. Visited a leather workshop as Florence is famous for its leather goods. Time to buy more souvenirs before dinner at our hotel tonight. Early morning start and off to Switzerland Lake Lucerne for two ...

        Roma day 2

        A travel blog entry by brycesimpson on Oct 02, 2013

        ... pump the air. To me though, the funniest part of this tour was the organized rebelness. You would think that a legit tour would be completely law abiding and rule adhering yes? No. Not in Rome at least anyway. First we jumped on the bus with absolutely no care to purchase tickets, "Alright my little chocolate coated marshmellows, here's what gonna happen. We're all gonna jump on this next bus. Now were obviously not going to get tickets because your all ...

        Rome-ing around

        A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog on Jun 22, 2013

        35 photos

        ... place told the girls the best way to see the Vatican: not to wait in the current 5hr line but rather to come with her to a travel agent around the corner who could give us a guided tour for student prices and bypass the lines. There was a perfect 5 places left on the tour for us and we were so thankful for this hook up. We went through the Vatican, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peters Basilica learning lots and admiring even more. The details in the paintings and ...

        Rome

        A travel blog entry by tagmoore on Apr 26, 2013

        29 photos

        ... it is mostly ruins, but the Arch of Titus and Basilica of Constantine give a glimpse of how it might have looked. The house of the Vestal Virgins is where the Vestals were housed. These girls were picked at 10 from noble families and took a vow of chastity to abstain for 30 years. They were revered by the Romans and tended a fire which, if it went out, would signal the fall of the Roman empire. If a Vestal completed her duty she would get a large sum of money and ...