Pantheon Inn

Via Santa Caterina da Siena 57, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Getting squashed in Rome

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... Nuovo, are home to the Capitoline Museums. Beside the city hall is the statue with the she-wolf nursing Romulus and Remus and behind it is the Tarpeian Rock from which traitors were thrown in the ancient times and which now gives excellent views over the Roman Forum. From here we walked downhill to Trajan's Market a six stories high complex with shops, offices and depots. It was the equivalent of a modern shopping ...

The main sites

A travel blog entry by chertred


... Roman pastime. It is worth the climb as the view over Rome from the top is very special. Plus you can visit the Church of Trinita dei Monte built in 1495 and still owned by the French.
Two things you need to know about Rome. There's virtually nowhere to sit and there are hardly any public loos. We sorted out the sitting issues by stopping at churches and basilicas. Apart from these places of worship being amazing to look at, it allowed us to ...

A Laboring Day

A travel blog entry by meyerthomas81

... was pretty pimped out, and then got ruined by a bunch of *****. I guess that's what you get after you build a dickishly big empire. Glad we 'Mericans don't have to worry about that... We had a tour guide to tell us about Rome. He was from Romania, and his name was Greg. So Romanians use the name Greg. Noted. Everything closed early because, as I mentioned, it was Labor Day. We washed up at the hotel and met our Minnesota friends for a drink. Their paths had ...

Rome II

A travel blog entry by dhensby


... we headed over to the Colosseum and was quite pleased to walk by the hoards of tourists lined up for tickets. What becomes obvious when touring these two sites is that
these old boy Romans sure liked to build to impress. They put up massive structures and temples that can not fail to impress.

Not content to walk through ancient Rome we decided to hit the streets again in the evening. This time we took a bus to Piazza del Popolo, well at ...

Last day in Rome

A travel blog entry by hannaharrison


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The Sistine Chapel made everyone stop in their tracks. If you did not have a basic knowledge of what you were viewing it would look like a beautiful mis-match collection of paintings. We had to remind ourselves we were viewing some of the most famous renaissance paintings that Michelangelo ever painted. The main picture depicting God giving life to Adam was full of sub-themes and stories, you don't need a compressive bible knowledge to fully appreciate the scene. The middle ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, Torre Argentina, Teatro Flaiano, and Via del Pie di Marmo.
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