A. Rivederci Roma

Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 251, Rome, Lazio, 186, Italy | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located in the Ponte area of Rome, is near Via Giulia, Chiesa Nuova, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Teatro dell'Orologio.
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    Romantic Rome

    A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... other food for Jess and headed back to the hotel. We were thankful that the next day was entirely in Rome but we still had to rise early for our tour of the Vatican. Vatican City was granted is own statehood by Mussolini and therefore is its own nation, although you don't need a passport to enter it. With a population of 350 the Vatican is able to claim some great per capita records. Because of all the tourists it is the highest visited nation per capita. This also leads to lots ...

    When in Rome...

    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... breakfast we went to the metro and bought a weekly pass which was 24€ and allowed us to come and go as many times we wanted over the next week (or 5 days for us). We got off at the Termini stop that is pretty central and allowed us to walk around the city centre. We came across this the Basilica of S.Maria de gegu Angeli e del Martiri. I had never heard of it before but decided to go in and check it our anyway. The exterior was very old and ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderlustbree on Mar 22, 2014

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    The football boot shaped landmass situated in the middle of the Adriatic and Mediterranean sea is a bustling country filled with a variety of different cities, people and places that is sure to exceed expectations and entice all people. Bathed in Pasta, Pizza, Gnocchi, Cannoli, Lasagna, Gelato and many more, it not only fed your appetite but also your soul with its architecture, history and landscape.

    Over the past 5 days I ...

    Rome goes to the top of the class!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 09, 2013

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    ... albeit small. The arena was dressed up as the wild animal's environment, so guess who had the advantage! In the afternoon, the gladiators were on - these were often slaves, but also prisoners of war and criminals. At least they were trained and armed; in fact, there was a gladiator school based in the amphitheatre. The best, that would be the ones that managed to stay alive gained a lot of popularity, a bit like rugby players nowadays. There was ...

    Rome wasn't built in one day.......

    A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... manage to be seen in just under one hour and we head into the Sistine Chapel with its famous painted ceiling (and walls, by the way...). People are being ushered in quietly, women are being told to cover their shoulders, and everyone is told no photos or videos. Inside, people stand wayyy to close to each other!!! There is some, but not a lot, of seating around the walls, where people just sit looking a little awestruck. There is almost ...