Park Hotel

Via Appia Nuova Km 19+190, Rome, Lazio, 47, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Appia Nuova Km 19+190, Rome, is near St. Paul Outside the Walls (Basilica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura), Rome Connection, Mission Trail, and Church of Santa Cecilia.
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Giving a helping hand

A travel blog entry by mason1234567890 on Jul 29, 2014

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... only that everything there looks so clean and nice. but when i started doing the volunteer work the work involves the restoration of the land to be used for an urban garden, cleaning the sports field and garden, painting frames and enclosures. Activity of animation with young people to create a show that will take place in the main square of Mirabella on that night. It was all so much fun to do i wouldn't of even consider it volunteering. ...

Eventual Roman tourists

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 14, 2014

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... the associated cloister, the children were puzzled by the wooden booths with lights on them, which we explained were confessional boxes. They were rather intrigued by this, especially the need to ask a priest for forgiveness instead of directly to God as Christ had instructed. The cloister then contained a few other prompts of "huh?" from them, including a slab of red stone on which the Roman soldiers allegedly cast lots for Jesus' coat at the foot of the ...

The Segway tour and the colosseum

A travel blog entry by chrisandros on Nov 14, 2013

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... 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 vaggers on Sep 02, 2013

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... Loved all the history of the Colesseum and was great getting to go right down in its underbelly .. In the afternoon we did another couple of walking tours with our friend Rick Steves!!! ( a tour guide who allows you to download his tours free) . We did the Jewish Ghetto and then Trastevere... Loved , loved , loved walking around Trastevere ... People ,restaurants ...a real meeting place for young and old . Had a lovely meal and crashed... Another day done . ...


A travel blog entry by stinkytinky on May 03, 2013

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... the ruins are the way they are is because after they stopped using it they gave there mans permission to take whatever building supplies they needed! This afternoon we ventured out to see the piazza navonne, another water fountain taken from turkey, tonight were off to a roman dinner. Nice dinner. Tomorrow were off to ...