Hotel Saint Martin

Via San Martino della Battaglia 11, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Take me on a Roman Holiday!

A travel blog entry by tb1954 on Sep 14, 2014

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... the tomb of the Lost Soldier. This monument is made of white marble and features majestic stairways and fountains. On both sides there is a statue of Victor Emmanuel riding a Quadrigas. This monument was very controversial and the locals do not like it. Although it won a competition, the locals do not like it! The structure destroyed a large area of Capitoline Hill.

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In the Mediterranean Sea

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 13, 2014

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Today was our first day at sea and we are traveling about 520 nautical miles to reach Katakalon, Greece, thank god it's the ship doing all the hard work. The food onboard is absolutely amazing and the layout is identical to the Gem. Literally 24 hours a day you can eat whatever you want. There is something like 16 restaurants on board and 5 are completely free. Needless to say we are in our element!! The sea was a little bit choppy today and although the sun ...

Ostia Antica and Eataly

A travel blog entry by kperissinotto on Jan 11, 2014

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... br> The ruins were perfect - easily reached from Rome, and just the right level of deserted, so that the kids could run and clamber over ruins! The kids had read a series of books based in Ostia, and were fascinated to walk the streets of that same town, 2000 years later. We found the theatre, lots of temples and baths, fantastic mosaics and frescos, and the most gorgeous statue of Amore and Pysche. All of it was ...

Back to Roma

A travel blog entry by lizford on Sep 21, 2013

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We are back in Rome and staying at the Sheraton Golf for 2nights. This hotel is a modern one, quite different to Montecatini and we are out in the suburbs so will need to take. Shuttle to the city to see anything. We have had a restful morning and now decided to go out and see the local shopping mall but guess what it's siesta time so it's all closed and deserted! We forgot about that. Everyone goes home for pranzo and a siesta and the shops all close and no cars ...

The last supper

A travel blog entry by cdicosmo on Jul 19, 2013

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... we went and had a 40 minute history lesson and a 40 minute physical lesson! It was only my 2 boys there learning how to properly maneuver. I was a bit concerned about them basically learning how to fight but it was not that bad...it reminded me of karate or any other organized sport. They boys worked up a sweat and had a really good time! We went out for our very last dinner in Italy in the ...