Hotel Rinascimento

Via del Pellegrino 122, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Youth in Europe

A travel blog entry by dmengesha

... their ideas remain stagnant then nothing can how can they recover. Also I realized through talking to a lot of people our age in these countries that they feel more independent of their parents than many American youth do. They work, go to school, and still find time to take care of their loved ones that were disadvantages in any way by the economic crisis. I have many friends that work and attend college, but very few that don’t rely at ...


A travel blog entry by millys77


... it only needed 5! The place had its own kitchen and lounge and decent bathroom and a beautiful view across the city, which you could lay in bed and enjoy. I was eager to continue exploring knowing the Colosseum was only 20 mins away. I strode out like the commuter I am to London and Jo's legs struggled to keep up! In no time were there, but to get the full works of the tour including the underground bits and the 3rd tier we needed to return early ...

Stormy weather

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... buy onion powder, and that the fresh basil I bought 2 days ago was no longer fresh (is that normal, or was it already old when I bought it?). I read quite a bit, and watched a little Italian TV. Just a note (rant) about the TV shows available here at the apartment: I have hundreds of channels, and not a single one is in English. I realize that I am in Italy (hence, the Italian!), but I really miss TV (I can't even watch American programs online because they’re ...

Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by srinath.imt


... gladiators, fights and other very interesting history.

After a quick break, we went on another tour across the Palatino hills and the roman forum.

Very interesting to hear about everyday roam life. After having a very good Indian lunch at Krishna13, we went to the Pantheon which is the oldest building in Rome. Very impressive.

After wandering the streets for some more time, we went to the railway station to catch the train to Florence.


Rome by the Day

A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... and overall the Coliseum lived up to expectation. The only reason my dad and I enjoyed the Trevi Fountain a little better is that the ridiculous crowds and difficulty with ticketing at the Coliseum are a little unenjoyably. It is definitely worth the visit, but plan ahead!

While waiting to go back to the Coliseum, we visited the Roman Forum. It is really interesting to look at the remaining structures and think about the past ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Giulia, Chiesa Nuova, Teatro dell'Orologio, and Torre dell'Orologio.
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