Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome

Address: Via Margutta, 61, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Caffe Greco, Villa Medici - Accademia di Francia a Roma, Via Margutta, and Alberto di Castro.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Manfredi Suite in Rome

    Reviewed by travelfranck


    Reviewed May 29, 2014
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    A travel blog entry by travelfranck on May 30, 2014

    0930 Breakfast at Hotel 1200 Let's go! 1215 Piazza del Popolo 1300 Santa Maria Maggiore 1600 Via Condotti 1800 Giolitti ice cream 1900 intimissimi under wear 1930 at Hotel 2130 Andrea Restaurant 2330 at Hotel


    A travel blog entry by travelfranck on May 29, 2014

    1030 Musei Vatican 1530 Basilica di San Pietro 1800 Castek Sant' Angelo 1900 Dinner at La to Err La Tore 2100 Piazza Navona, Fontana dei Quattrro Fiumi 2115 Pantheon 2200 Pick up the luggages from 2230 Checkin at Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome

    Rome- day 14

    A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 15, 2014

    50 photos

    ... ponchos of shame. Whew! The view from the top over the Forum was very nice! As well as a great look down into the colosseum. We found out the top ring was where the women and poor people sat. After that, we went to the bookstore, since Kurt wanted this book that had overlays showing what everything looked Iike back then, like the one we got in Pompeii. After that we grabbed some sandwiches from a street food truck and took some more pictures. Next we went to look at ...

    Rome and Vatican

    A travel blog entry by drmom on Jun 26, 2013

    19 photos

    ... damage from earthquakes, fire, and pillage over the centuries. It could hold more than 50,000 people, seated based on social status. Many wild animals, gladiators, and Christians were killed in the amphitheater from when it was built until the mid-5th century. Interestingly, the Colosseum had a shade covering for the crowd which could be retracted or opened as needed. Also, the arena could be temporarily ...

    The Holy See

    A travel blog entry by turner72 on Jun 27, 2012

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    ... most of the Vatican complex from that entrance. We had a solid 20 minute walk-trot back against the flow of traffic to get our bags, then return to the square in time to scarf some lunch before finding the bus.

    In the name of full disclosure and as a brief aside, turns out Yours Truly is a cheap bum and decided the best way to go about lunches in Rome would be to go to a grocery store, buy 4 Euros worth of Nutella and Pita, and swipe whatever ...