Hotel Parlamento

Address: Via delle Convertite 5, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via del Corso, Column of Marcus Aurelius, East of Via del Corso, and Nuovo Olimpia.
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          Rome (30/12)

          A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 30, 2014

          50 photos

          ... half of that walk, we walked past people actually lining up to to enter, glad we had fast track entry. After we fast tracked the entry, and entered the Vatican Museums, it seemed like a massive rush to get into the museum by everyone. We just followed the pack like sheep, then next thing we knew, we were walking through a wing of the museum with no map. We had no idea what we were looking at or where we were going. As we walked through the wings, we just ...

          "When in Rome!"

          A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Oct 21, 2014

          3 comments, 70 photos

          ... the pieces is almost equally as impressive.
          If we were not already taken back by all that we had seen we still had the “secret” passage to bypass yet again another long set of lineups to enter St. Peter’s Basilica. This is one of the most renowned works of Renaissance architecture and remains one of the largest churches in the world. If those two facts aren’t impressive enough St. Peter’s is also regarded as one of the ...

          Ancient Rome with the Rogue Historians

          A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 20, 2014

          20 photos

          ... So the Catholic Church actually marked the most important places to worship with giant penis's ba ha ha. If your catholic don't get offended by my blog it's all historical facts from the tours. So much history, stories & facts. Too much to remember & write, trust me to remember the dirty stories. We also walked past Silvio's house. He was the last prime minister & second richest man in Italy. The richest man is the heir to the Nutella fortune. It was ...

          Still in Rome, Borghese Gardens

          A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jun 22, 2014

          4 photos

          Big plans to see the Vatican and Sistine Chappell . Steve had a hankering to walk through the Villa Borghese Gardens on the way. A history lesson of these gardens. One of Rome's big **** aristocratic families, the Borghese had a baby who became Pope Paul V in 1605. Naturally they had ties with money and the like of our lustrous Tony Abbot, So they could do what ever they liked. Mr B had a ...

          Crypts, gardens and underground cities

          A travel blog entry by go_gifford on Apr 05, 2014

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... around taking in the beautiful gardens, mini orchards and buildings on the site. There was even a replica of Shakesperes Globe theatre. We poo poo'd looking at that, why see a replica in Rome when we can see the replica in London? After our hour long ride, we returned the bike and wandered around to find a nice place to have a bite to eat with a view. We came across a group of Scouts and Cubs in the garden, David and Alex were by seeing some international ...