Papillo Hotel

Address: via Arola, 53, Rome, Lazio, 166, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Suburbio Trionfale area of Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Roman Odyssey Tours, Stadio Olimpico, and Trionfale Market.
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      Roman Attractions

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... face. The arches correspond to the eight bays on the floor level that house statues.
      The dome itself is supported by a series of arches that run horizontally round. Romans had perfected the use of arches which helped sustain the weight of their magnanimous buildings.
      The Romans were aware of the heavy nature of their building materials. So they used lighter materials toward the top of the dome. \ On the lowest level travertine, ...

      Colosseum Tour

      A travel blog entry by morganberry15 on Sep 05, 2014

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      Friday, we finally toured the Colosseum with our API group. It was unbelievable and massive, even with half of its height missing. Following our tour, my roommates and I decided it was time to find the Anglo-American bookstore to get all of our books for our classes. After asking many Italian speaking people where the Spanish Steps were (the closest landmark to the bookstore), we finally found ...

      Slow stroll around the Centro Storico

      A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 08, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... priest and freethinker who was burned at the stake in this spot for heresy back in 1600, an unfortunate victim of the Inquisition.

      By this time it was approaching five-o'clock, so the group began the hike back to our side of the river, stopping again at Castroni's for the girls' prescription medicine, and then returning to the apartment. By my rough calculations, we'd walked about 4-miles today, and our legs felt like it! We all had the initial impression that ...

      Rome (via Toulouse)

      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Mar 26, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... we got special family-friendly scavenger-hunt guided tours for the kids, to try and ease their pain some. They got a paper with about twenty different pieces on it, each of which they had to try and find, and when they found it they could listen to the relevant recording. This actually worked pretty well; they enjoyed the classical sculpture (Elias is a big mythology fan) and the Egyptian stuff. Olivia particularly like the room with all the animal sculptures. My own ...

      Vatican City

      A travel blog entry by jbrodbeck on Dec 10, 2013

      We went on a tour of the colloseum with an audio guide to get information about the history. Very interesting but shows how we value things differently over time as when the games lost its appeal they started to pull it apart to use the stones, marble and trappings on other buildings. Like fashion though, if you hang onto it long enough it comes back into vogue.

      Went for for a long walk then to get ...