Hotel Meridiana

Address: Via Calatafimi 38, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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      When in Rome

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 27, 2014

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      ... replied '10:00am' what a strange conversation. Who the bloody hell else would be speaking; a white chair in front of Saint Peters Basilica with about 5000 people eagerly waiting in the warming mid morning sun, singing hymns and prayers. Maybe he was expecting God or the resurrection of Jesus to occur on this fine August day. We doubled back to the hotel to warn the ladies and devoured breakfast quickly to make the pontiffs address. For those who don't know the Mckinnon ...

      Rome: The Eternal City of Wonder and Excitement

      A travel blog entry by hlavine on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... day. We picked up some religious items in the Vatican for our loved ones back home. I also am shocked to report that I have taken over 1000 pictures and a few videos on this tour of Europe thus far! Rome did remind us of New York City as a bustling metropolis but what lies within its limits stirs imagery of a time long ago when creativity and ingenuity were supreme and people enacted laws and engaged in lifestyles that permeate throughout all Western culture ...

      Taken back to Ancient Rome

      A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... arch I could almost imagine the crowd roaring and the stands packed full of people. It was a incredible feeling. Dario explained what sort of events would take place and what types of entertainment people liked to see. Mostly the executions of slaves was the favourite. They liked to see people get killed. After the arena we were taken downstairs to see the underground of the colosseum. The tunnels would have been lit with fire torches and this effect was ...

      Rome (city of scams and umbrella vendors)

      A travel blog entry by crankin on Mar 05, 2014

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      ... entry tickets. But most pitiful of all, the overacting beggars. There were several old women (all dressed by Charles Dickens) hunched over and leaning on wobbling walking sticks wailing away with cups in hand. One old man decided it was necessary to lie crumpled up on the footpath banging his walking stick on a metal manhole cover while wailing for money. All this together with the endless souvenir shops selling Pope calendars and all kinds of Vatican memorabilia ...

      Good by France we're off to Morocco

      A travel blog entry by chrissimonic on Oct 05, 2013

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      ... with us but these people had flown direct from Australia, he lead us to the bus that would take us to the hotel about an hours drive, unfortunately I was asleep for most of the trip in to the city. We were soon shown to our room, were I hoped into bed and sleep for the rest of the day, when I woke up I felt a lot better and we went to a Moroccan Restaurant, where we ordered a Lamb and couscous and pancakes with banana and chocolate ...