Leonardi Sistina Hotel

Via Sistina 136, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

The Teeevoli Experience

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog


... we'd known about that the day before!) and went into the little shop that sold lottery tickets, papers, train tickets, etc. Lovely lady there with no English at all. Great, time for hand signals. We asked what ticket we needed to get to Tivoli. Apparently just one ticket to go two stops down the track. Are you sure? Isn't Tivoli an hour out of Rome? No, just two stops down the track. No, TIVOLI. Si, two stops to Italy.... No, we want to go to TIVOLI. ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... every time) and then walked down the fashionable Via Condotti with our huge daggy packs and hiking boots on. When in Rome…I don’t think we can afford to live like the Romans, and we definitely aren’t brave enough to drive like the Romans!

Our Airbnb host Massimo met us at the lovely apartment on via Dell Scrofa, giving us the key and showing us around. He didn’t speak much English, but was very kind. After he left we ...

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by latzylu


... left the Trevi fountain I thought it was throw a coin in the fountain for love, but the guide book says to return to Rome. At this stage I don't know that I want to it’s so hot and busy and there's so little shade and plants. I haven't found it at all romantic, but I guess the bits that are romantic I avoid or make void by going Alone. I've just found all the sight’s here so much less special as they are flooded with tourists. I think I'm ready to ...

Day and Night in Rome

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld


... It then moved to the foot of the Capitole Hill and later to the Piazza Navona, until it finally settled here at Campo de' Fiori in 1869.

With the street musicians playing in the background we were seated at the patio where we could eat and be in the piazza scene as well. We had an authentic Italian dinner. For apertivo we started out with a plate of different types of bruschetta and fried mozzarella. That could have been meal in itself. Then we had an ...

Romae Dies Natalis (The Birthday of Rome)

A travel blog entry by tknoepke


... re-enactments of gladiatorial combat and battle in the Circus Maximus. I spent most of the afternoon watching the dances, fights, and battles at the Circus Maximus. I have seen various re-enactment events in Rome over the past year, but this was by far my favorite. The full battle was so full of energy and you could tell that the fans were ...

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