Romoli Hotel

Via della Caffarelletta 114, Rome, Lazio, 00179 , Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Rome Segway Tour, Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica, Scuola Gladiatori di Roma, and Domine Quo Vadis.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Roaming through Roma

    A travel blog entry by lindsay.n.sarah on Sep 11, 2012

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    ... I felt seeing all that beauty. Well our next stop was Saint Peter's Basilica. It was another amazing site. We hung around there for a bit and noticed the clouds getting darker but went on our way. I have to say that at this point I was thinking about my friend Claire and her beliefs. Claire is Catholic and I couldn't help wonder if this place would be more appreciated by her than me. We ventured inside the Basilica but then realized we were running out of time and Sarah and I wouldn't ...

    Karen's Birthday weekend and School!

    A travel blog entry by karen_eden2011 on Aug 31, 2011

    ... and the building and how everything has a purpose and what it represents. We unfortunately got kicked out of St. Peters and the Vatican because Paolo was talking to us while the Pope was speaking to the Italian people--over 50 km away in his summer house-- but it was video recorded and blasting all over Vatican city. So we had to leave quickly before they would have taken him to the jail in the Vatican! It was quite a story!

    On Monday our ...

    When in Rome...

    A travel blog entry by rachelsworld on Jan 06, 2009

    17 photos

    ... emperor, and we also went to the Pantheon, one of the world's best preserved ancient temples. Why is it so well preserved? Because it is now a catholic church, as is the way with many of Rome's ancient buildings-those which became churches survived well into our time. The engineering of the building is awesome, incredible to think that two thousand years after it was built it is still the world's largest unreinforced dome. The Romans were so advanced it's unreal. The ...