Bailey's Hotel

Address: Via Flavia 39, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Museo Nazionale Romano, Carrani Viaggi e Turismo, Santa Maria della Vittoria, and Piazza della Repubblica.
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          Imperial Rome

          A travel blog entry by kgonnam on Oct 22, 2015

          11 photos

          ... was abandoned and was not renovated until recently for people to see. They are still working on this area to identify various locations. We were able to see the Julius Caesar Temple which was built on the site his body was cremated. Leaving the forum we walked to the Colosseum and entered it to hear of its beginnings, its uses, and its demise. Again, they are doing major work to reclaim it. From that point we got to the bus and headed back to port where we arrived about ...

          May 29-May 31: So I made it to Italy

          A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on May 30, 2015

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... didn’t cook it just right, or had some mediocre sauce. We’ll see, I guess.

          After dinner, I basically just went to my hotel room and spent some time trying to get skype to work on the shoddy internet before just calling it a night and passing out.

          The next morning, I was pleased to discover the reason for the stupidly high price I paid for my room—it had one of those showerheads in the middle of the shower, which might ...

          Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 2

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

          ... In 1861 Rome was declared capital of Italy even though it was still under the control of the Pope. During the 1860s, the last vestiges of the Papal States were under French protection, thanks to the foreign policy of Napoleon III. And it was only ...

          Visiting the Vatican

          A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 29, 2014

          9 photos

          ... reflecting from the marble fašade felt like lasers burning into our eyes. We spent a lot of time, desperately trying to take it all in, whilst squinting furiously, even wearing sunglasses. There were already thousands of people milling around, including about forty different types of nuns – who knew? – so we joined the snaking queue to get into St. Peter’s Basilica. It turns out this was the wrong place to go; we were meant to go to the Vatican Museum building, ...


          A travel blog entry by kye on Mar 01, 2014

          21 photos

          ... before setting off each morning anyway. It was somewhat more confused by the time we would pull into the car park at the other end. The rules of the road in Italy seem to be there are no rules. Every man is out for themselves. Left hand turns from the right hand lane, across three lanes of traffic; no problem. No parking? Stop in the middle of the road and get out; no problem. Who's right of way at a ...