Hotel Silla

Via Silla 3, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy | 2 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by xtine13

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... was excellent in his manner and presentation. What made it easier was that everyone was given an audio set. Our guide Paulo, spoke into a small microphone, not straining his voice and we could comfortably hear him. The tour included part if the Vatican museum, the Sistine Chapel and the St Peter's Basilica. Because of the Pope's appearance this morning, the basilica was not open until after our guided tour had finished but we were still able to go there ...

And then there were four...

A travel blog entry by matchett5

6

... typed our destination into the Navman, having the scenic, no toll route taking us approx. 5 hours, after taking the Main arterial road, we cut our time down dramatically!! Gotta love this method of making a long trip seem significantly shorter… After several toilet stops and breaks for food, we were about an hour out of Rome. Promising to be in Rome around 11ish, our ETA according to Navman; 11:54am. Hoping to make some time up during the next hour or so, the ...

The Layers of Rome!

A travel blog entry by mjandcj

20

... course a very naughty word, is preserved. The last stop on the tour was the crypts of the Capuchin friars. Here we did see bones, but in a very unusual way. The crypts were made up of five rooms decorated in the bones of their fellow friars. These bones are attached to the walls only by wire and make up decorative patterns, symbols and furniture. Several full skeletons of people where erected within these designs and show just how small these people were in life! ...

Walking Rome's ancient wonders

A travel blog entry by cskinnear

3
54

... 2pm and we had to be at our meeting point for the tour at 2:40. The Colosseum wasn't too far away- maybe a 25 minute walk, but my feet were tired and we were both hot. The cobbled stone pavements of Rome are ******* the feet. So Katie spotted an eco bike-cab and we asked how much to take us to the Colosseum - he replied, or I heard, rather, 50 euros. I told Katie that was too much and decided we would have to walk it. Katie asked the man again if he could do it for less as I ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by ostrowski

4

... many people were sitting on the floor. The majority of the people on the floor were high school kids who had traveled to Rome on a school trip. We talked at length with the girl ahead of us who had college students with her for a ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, Castroni, and TourinRome.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good