Pensione Barrett

Address: Via Di Torre Argentina, 47, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Torre Argentina, Area Sacra, Teatro di Roma - Argentina, and Teatro Flaiano.
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      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... even in their present state the ruins beckon for us to glimpse into their ancient world and at the same time emanate an unexplainable disquiet. The Caracalla Baths are particularly extraordinary when lit up at night.

      During the summer time, the Caracalla baths turn into a platform for breath taking cultural sets: the fancy Teatro dell’ Opera love to held the most famous operas for all the Roman- and non Roman- ...

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      A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Sep 04, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... from airport and had recommendations to use the Metro to the Hotel, they did not say there would be three long crowded escalators to tackle with luggage, pay for the cab next time I say. Hotel very old style but beautiful, will take some pics inside and out. Bit of disappointment in Rome though the Trevi Fountain is undergoing renovations with scaffolding all around it and no water, Spanish steps packed can't get much of a view. I like Italy they have words ...


      A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk on May 08, 2014

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      ... of 6 seats each. The trip took about an hour and 20. We must have been going pretty fast as my ears kept popping. Once at Orvieto I caught the Furnicular railway up the hill.
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      A travel blog entry by joephilpotts on Apr 01, 2014

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      ... our clothes yay!!! It's time for tea and a nice film I think.... Good bye beauties TIP OF THE DAY: •for long walks here's a great game. With the partner or group of people you are walking with, pretend you are a desperate stranger who will give you anything depending on the question thus stranger asks. You only have 10 SECS to respond....E.g. If you could be given any English food, right now, what would it be?? Boom.... CRUMPETS. ITS SIMPLE. TRY ...

      Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

      A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Dec 02, 2013

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      ... and she really just seemed to know everything about it. She showed us the entrances (there were many of them, allotted to different cross sections of the seating.) According to her, it was meant to seat about 50,000 people, but on some days would get up to even 70,000. The entire structure was designed with its exits so cleverly that it could be evacuated in 15 minutes at full capacity, in case there was an earthquake or an attack or something.
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