Residence Al Saraceno

Via Poli, 25, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Inn
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Thirty-six hours of contrasts

A travel blog entry by merlest54


... for our flight to Rome was dangerously close and we were nowhere near being on it. Then poor Jeff was picked for a random search and had to open his bag and everything in it was given a good going over. Once the amiable Nord who was doing the checking was satisfied that Jeff wasn’t a character of suspicion he waved him on his way.

Next it was through immigration as we were entering the country from outside the EU. It was here that ...

Magnificent Monuments

A travel blog entry by louize74


... of Rome, The Palatine Hill. According to legend this is where Romulus killed his twin and founded Rome in 753BC. There's obviously no proof of this but archaeological evidence has dated human habitation on the Palatino to the 8th century.

The Palatine Hill is the richest hill of Rome in terms of history. The Palatine stands on one side of the Roman forum and looks upon the Circus Maximus on the other side. On top of ...

Back at the Airport

A travel blog entry by naddlepaddle


... were croissants with chocolate and custard, ones with jam, ones with Nutella, and so many more. This was like heaven for me because croissants are one of my top favourite fatty foods! I know I've said this before but the coffee here is amazing - so strong and delicious! Although I have noticed that in the more touristy areas you can pay around €3.50 just for one regular coffee!!! About $7 NZ !! The dutch side of me refuses to pay this no matter how bad the caffeine ...

And on to Rome

A travel blog entry by marjen13


... that contact with water compromised your immunity to disease. They have discovered 25 brothels and as in most of these ancient cities there is pictorial evidence of either directions or services provided. Most people were illiterate so easy signage was used. There was evidence of two of the main amphitheatres, one for music and the other for general entertainment. They had wooden floors as did many of the houses. We could have spent many hours wandering ...

When in Rome...?

A travel blog entry by katyandjames


Today we did nothing!
We woke up late, had a long lunch on our way to the Vatican, then was saw rain for the first time since London - but this was serious, heavy, non-stop rain complete with thunder and lightning. We sheltered in a cafe for a while, then after deciding it was never going to stop we went to a supermarket for supplies, had some beer and cheap dinner back at the hotel. We needed an early night again because we have to get up even earlier tomorrow: 3.30am!

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This inn, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Piazza di Trevi, Il Gelato di San Crispino, and Column of Marcus Aurelius.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding