Twentyone Hotel

Address: Via Cola di Rienzo 23, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Vino Roma, Altar of Peace (Ara Pacis), Palazzo di Giustizia (The Hall of Justice), and Via di Ripetta.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Rome catacombs & swearing in of the guard Vatican

      A travel blog entry by bortman on May 06, 2014

      New Vatican Guard - May 6th, swearing in for the new guard at the Vatican on the anniversary of the Sacking of Rome. Maybe do the tour of the catacombs ch/Catacombs?gclid=CP6mprXb77gCFQTLpAod SWQAxA

      Rome Vatican City and Museum of St Peters

      A travel blog entry by bortman on May 05, 2014

      Vaticano Museo/ St Peters …you can buy your tickets and get info MV_Info_Orari.html OR do the breakfast tour to miss the crowds..check it out at eakfast-tour.aspx?tour=151

      Rome explore the sights day

      A travel blog entry by bortman on May 04, 2014

      KM612 Malta to Rome/Fiumcino 8:35am to 10am

      A travel blog entry by bortman on May 03, 2014

      I have heard someone give a good report about this hotel in Rome, fairly close in location to the Farnese…might be worth a look?? It seems pretty modern.

      Ancient Rome with the Rogue Historians

      A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... love to see the ancient pagan statues that would be awesome. Funniest story is there are Egyptian obelix's all around Rome that were stolen by Romans from Egypt. The Catholic Church added them to there statues to mark where there were important places & churches for the pilgrims to worship. A landmark sign to the illiterate. No one back then could translate Egyptian hieroglyphs. Now it's been translated the obelix's actually represent a body part of an Egyptian God. ...