Venetia Palace Hotel

Address: Via Marghera 47/A, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | 4 star hotel
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      Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 2

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

      ... For some tracts of the frontier, there was no wall, but the line of certain buildings supplied part of the boundary, and for a small part of the frontier a modern wall was constructed.

      The territory includes Saint Peter's Square, ...

      When in Rome.

      A travel blog entry by kirag on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... which I'm very excited to have another friend there! We enjoyed a lovely lunch with Sarah, her friend and her parents in Travastere a beautiful but more quiet area of Rome across the bridge. Overall Rome was great! Such a pretty city, a lot dirtier now than I remember but still we had a great few days there of eating, exploring and walking! I'd recommend Rome in spring or autumn as summer was just a bit too hot. Next up is ...

      Grime and noise and sleeplessness

      A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Apr 18, 2014


      ... levels one had forgotten about and the heart sinks at the sight of the hotel 'reception' area and I am reminded of being 22yrs old again and my first night in this same area in Rome before settling in to live there for 6 mths. At least it's clean and only for a night but at almost $200! Noisy, grimy. All too much for Jon who returned to the room as I lurched out to re-explore the immediate area passing many beautiful buildings but ...

      Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 23, 2013

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      ... the design and shape - naves and columns and curved ends with altars, etc. In those days, temples were the religious buildings. There were a few areas also where the archaeologists were working.
      It has been rather nice this time to be revisiting places which means we aren't doing the mad dash to see all the main attractions but we can spend time at places, just absorbing the atmosphere or going to the less well known attractions.
      Next we went up to Palatine Hill. We had ...

      A tour of the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel

      A travel blog entry by janterry on Oct 04, 2013

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      ... the Vatican walls to have lunch in the restaurant we had found on the way in tour hours previously - it advertised in large letters, gluten free pasta AND pizza. So that's what we had. That afternoon we visited Sant Ignazio's church and had an early, long and very relaxed dinner at our ...