Taormina Hotel

Via Principe Eugenio 49-51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Colesseum

A travel blog entry by sarahgarb

... was gold everywhere and marble and bronze. We had a tour of the colosseum, our guide was really, really nice, much better than the other guy. The colosseum was big stone arches, I learnt about the gladiators and who used to fight, how they started with the gladiators and the animals. It was the only way slaves could fight for their freedom was to beat the animals. We didnt do ...

When in Rome…. have a water fight!!!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4

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... Colosseum as a couple.

After the Colosseum we to another one of Rome's most recognisable sites which was the Spanish step. This was a straight but pretty long walk away. When walking there we made sure we were walking on the shaded side of the road, which is also where everyone else was walking. We did stop a few times to browse around the shops, but couldn't find anything we wanted to buy.

Once we finally got to the Spanish steps it was just as busy as ...

Distinguishing Lust from Love.

A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley

3

... by a beautiful Italian girl who checks us in and we are shown to our room.

Trevi Place. Is a modern boutique hotel in the heart of ancient architecture. The lift is ultra modern but you step out into narrow hallways with staircases that make no logical sense. But at this point I would sleep in a barn but yet these twisty halls envelop me into a sense of adventure. We are finally here and sleep can wait. I want to explore and see the ...

The Great Big Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by gtlr

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10

... a nearby street so we carried on around the next corner and WOW what an amazing church - turns out the first wall we were impressed by was the back wall and the Abbey entrance!!! The front has an amazing courtyard with pillars and a huge gold and jewelled painting covering the front. It is the Basilica where St Paul is buried. We weren't allowed into the courtyard as we weren't an invited guest or celebrity but the friendly police (with their guns and bomb detectors) ...

Italian Adventure

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon

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... beach space which is probably why it is considered such a tourist hotspot. The village was beautiful but to my eyes it was clearly a tourist destination designed with tourists in mind. Compared to Corniglia it felt fake whereas Corniglia was clearly a village still lived in and inhabited by locals who go about their everyday life somehow it just felt more real to me.

The day at Cinque Terre really took it out of me and by late afternoon I was stuffed. I ended the day in ...

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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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