Pace Elvezia

Address: 104 (Piazza Venezia), Rome, Lazio, 00817, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Collatino area of Rome, is near Quirinale, Castelluccio, Caelian, and Giglio.
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      A Hard Night's Day

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... The drive into Rome was dark so there was little that could be seen which the driver kept apologising for. IQ Hotel is lovely and very centrally positioned - but located on a street much narrower than I expected - more of a lane. I'm not used to old cities yet but I sure will be by the end of this trip!

      IQ doesn't have a mini-bar or even supply tea & coffee. ...

      Thursday: the Roma Pass gets activated

      A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Mar 27, 2014

      ... had planned to start with the Colloseum but it was closed.

      So we went to another expensive place, Capitoline museum. We had trouble finding it, but wandering Rome is fun in any weather. We ended up visiting Venetian Plaza and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier first. From there it was an easy short walk to the museum. We did get to skip a pretty long line and got in free here.

      Following Rick Steves book, we saw the ...

      The best saved for last - the Eternal City

      A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 10, 2013

      2 comments, 58 photos

      ... between Termini train station, the Verano graveyard, via Tiburtina, and the Scalo Merci. Apparently, it was developed reasonably quickly during the last two decades of the 19th Century, when building fever hit Rome following Italy's unification. Its growth was reportedly "characterized by great excitement and little planning". So when funding ran out after just a few years, many buildings in the area were left unfinished or had been completed ...

      The Segway tour and the colosseum

      A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 14, 2013

      11 photos

      ... year period more the 500,000 people were killed in the name of sport. In the first 3 months after it was opened 2000 people were killed and 5000 animals. Because the Roman Empire at this time (90 AD) extended to Africa, England (not Scotland ) through Northern Europe people and animals such as tigers were brought to fight for the entertainment of the people. It wasn't until around 400 AD that Christianity ...


      A travel blog entry by alexproc on Aug 03, 2013

      3 comments, 1 photo

      I did it! I arrived safely in Rome! And it has been amazing- even when it's stinking hot. But first flying! My travel path to Rome was from Adelaide to Sydney to Singapore to London to Rome. Which was a lot of flying. The first flight was uneventful and I landed in Sydney with time to spare for wondering around the duty free shopping area. The flight from Sydney to Singapore was the first of the longer flight time, coming in at just over 8 hours. I was nervous ...