Albergo Tizi

Address: Via Collina, 48, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 1 star hotel
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      Rome Day Two

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 01, 2014

      ... than we intended we made the last stretch on foot sure we would miss the tour. But the thing about the free walking tours is that they always start a little late. We really pushed the limit but at 10:05 we still managed to join the tour. We learned that the Spanish square was initially called the French square until the Spanish embassy arrived. The Spanish steps were built much later to join the French Palace atop the hill with the square below. They are ...

      Florence to Rome

      A travel blog entry by thecawleys on Jul 13, 2014

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      ... and pounded the cobblestone roads within minutes straight to the Colosseum, WOW, pretty impressive .......! We roamed around for hours in this area, everything is so much closer than we expected, and such a great way to soak it all in. So.. Dinner, that's fairly obvious, we went to a recommended pizzeria, not sure why but they are amazing, and yes, having trouble with my pants now! DAY 30 ROME Jumped on a hop on hop off to cover some more ground faster to see the sights ...

      Ostia Antica 7th c BC

      A travel blog entry by brendanmaggie on Jun 06, 2014

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      30kms south of Rome, the ancient of Port City of Ostia Antica
      Believed to have been settled in the 7th c BC but only ruins dating back to the 4th c BC have been found.
      Remarkable design. Exceptional structures and an amazing water supply system.
      Entry fee Eur 11 ...

      Heading solo

      A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 19, 2013

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      ... my door I have to laugh- it is a single room and I could touch each side of the room when I stand in the middle! A bit different from where I've just come from, however it is much quieter and the bed seems comfy. The bathroom is good and nearly as big as the main room! I do a bit of washing and yen head out to wander. I'm only a couple of minutes from the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. I'm meeting Kerrie and Roberto at 1pm at Piazza Navona so I take my ...

      Strolling(?) through the piazzas

      A travel blog entry by gmanolakakis on Aug 22, 2013

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      ... After wandering a few more streets we found the Pantheon, where we joined many other tourists awestruck by the grandeur of this ancient building. Apart from some wear and tear it is in remarkable condition. It is difficult to comprehend how the builders constructed such a huge building in an era that did not have the technology or techniques that we now use. We gave a silent acknowledgement to these visionary designers and workers . How i would love just a smidgeon of ...