L'Altra Luna

Via Principe Amedeo 307, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Benvenuti a Roma!

A travel blog entry by filomenabiancon

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... quite efficient. From there back on the bus to the Colosseum, the kids were in awe of it. Joshua loved it and couldn't get enough of the relics, and marble. From there we made our way back to our apartment and just in time because the rain came down.
The kids have been so exhausted from all the sightseeing and adjusting to the different time zone that by 7.30pm they want to go to bed and when they do are asleep ...

Pronto Soccorso

A travel blog entry by sorialsights

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... us and initially I gave him an ear as his wife had divorced him 30 years ago and then sued him 20 years later. I bought him an espresso but after 50 minutes I had to find a way for the three of us to escape as he had planted himself on our table for the night. By the time we got away I had empathy for his ex.
Tomorrow we leave for Dubai via Istanbul. We canned the Cairo detour for obvious reasons so will be flying Pegasus airlines? Never heard of them ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by mattadore

... We chose a place called Grazie and Graziella. We got two mains to share, a tagliolini with pecorino cheese and black pepper, and a smoked swordfish salad. They were both very good. We walked our tired little bodies back through Trastevere, stopping to check out some buskers in Piazza San Calisto, and then across the river, past Circo Massimo, and to the metro where we made our way home. That was a massive day. I would love to know how many kilometres we covered on foot ...

Visiting ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by danp

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... past: the church Santa Maria Ara Coeli, which is built on the same spot as the temple of Juno. The church is accessible by a steep and long flight of stairs. Seen from the bottom of the hill the stairs are impressing, and seem rather more appropriate to put one into the proper frame of mind before entering the temple of a respected goddess. It is difficult to imagine that in the middle ages, the custom was to climb them on knees, as a way of ...

Arrivederci, Italia!

A travel blog entry by harrisny

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... that along the way to them. I'm inspired by the Italian sense of community and their natural ways of bringing people together through food. I was relieved to not be subjected to too much unwanted attention - figured I was too old and unglamorous! On one occasion an older waiter asked me how my meal was and I said, "Delicious!" he leant in and said to me, "You're delicious!" Blah! I told myself that was a lost in translation moment! At times the sounds of the language have made ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Prassede, Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent