Hotel La Meridienne

Address: Via Colle S. Agapito, 1, Rome, Lazio, 00036, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Colle S. Agapito, 1, Rome, is near Caffè Letterario, Circolo del Golf di Roma, and Labirinto.
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      Rome and Home

      A travel blog entry by ivrb on Oct 21, 2014

      7 comments, 12 photos

      ... drive well - they have to because the roads are so narrow.
      - Speed limit signs are meaningless - Grannies in old Fiat 500s were whizzing past us on the Autostrade.
      - Italian coffee is good (just don't expect the variety of 'options' that Melbourne offers).
      - Piazzas are great places to wander in the evenings - we could do with more of them down in this part of the world.
      - Pizzas - Italian-made - are also great, they seem to get ...

      First impressions

      A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... was an excellent orientation. Crazy traffic with maniac scooters. Saw loooong queues at Vatican museum. Glad we have booked ours. There is that wonderful sense of old and new in juxtaposition, and that's really old. Seeing the colosseum for the first time brought grins to our faces. The hotel has a small roof top pool with a view across to the colosseum and palatine - more than we could have hoped for. We were straight out ...

      Day 3 in Rome

      A travel blog entry by flynncristo on Mar 30, 2014

      4 photos

      ... aaaaand there was a church service so we couldn't go in! After that we went to the Spanish steps. And we read all about the steps and their designer- Francesco de Sanctis. It was really really crowded. After the Spanish steps we went to a huge mansion with a beautiful garden called Villa Borghese. The garden was huge and had 2 lakes in it. ...


      A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... testaments. The other iconic sight to see was of course St Peter's Basilica, rebuilt in 1506 and classed as the most grandiose sacred building anywhere in the world. We waited in the slow moving line for about an hour in the hot sun. The wait was worth it and we were in awe when we saw the interior, a vast amount of marble, statues, columns, mosaics, gilding, domes, tombs etc.
      It was time ...

      Don't need to go again

      A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Aug 14, 2013

      We caught the train into Rome from our port of Civitavecchia which took 1 hour. When we got out of the station we decided to catch a Hop on Hop off bus so that we didn't have to walk all the way around Rome again like we did 4 years ago. So got the bus and got off at the Coliseum where we had intended on going inside to have a look around but the crowds were ...