New Wing Relais at Colosseum

Via Urbana 156, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome: Getting Organised

A travel blog entry by dmacrae

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... are huge and magnificent, and the walk was what we needed. Returning to Hotel Smart, we assembled the bikes outside the front door, and handed them, and the bikes over to hotel staff to put in the baggage room. With two bikes to assemble and four tyres to inflate, it took a while, but the bikes went together without problems. I forgot to bring thread locking liquid, so no doubt the screws mounting the carriers will need constant re- tightening. I ...

The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by stef5353

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... primo piatto, secundo piatto, dessert and then coffee. After lunch we stretched our legs a bit to help digestion and were surprised to find a lot of the corner shops were open. I suppose the Indian, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan shop owners have to make a living just like the African refugees that had all their stalls out on the footpaths too. Returning back to the apartment I was just marvelling yet again at our 2 inch thick ...

To Montecassino and into Rome

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

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... br> We stopped for lunch at an Autogrille about an hour outside of Rome. I took some pictures because we just don’t have anything like this in the U.S.—at least nothing that I've come across. This time, I just had a sandwich (salami) on long thin baguette-like bread. I also bought a chocolate bar for the road!

We arrived at the hotel in Rome by about 2:30 PM. We have two nights here, at the same hotel (Buenos Aires) that we started in with ...

Roma via Firenze

A travel blog entry by roganna

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... to watch for gas/no gas when buying bottled water in the store. You have to pay to use public washrooms (usually .50 euros; 1 euro at train stations), except in restaurants and museums. They are called WC (water closets) or toilets here. They smile and peg you immediately as a Canadian if you call it a "washroom". Most Italians working in tourist areas know enough English to be able to understand you. They are very tolerant and helpful. house numbering in Italy has no ...

Rain has been the theme of this trip...

A travel blog entry by melissabelle

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... louvre! Well tomorrow I might just do some walking around, try and figure out my flights for the next two days, I fly from Rome to London on Wednesday and am meeting up with my friend Chris who was one of the English speakers from the pueblo ingles program I did in Spain. Then Thursday I fly from London to Frankfurt then on to Canada! My own fault I am flying for two days I didn't organize that very well but that's ...

Location

This inn, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Appian Line Tours Rome, Teatro dell'Opera, and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
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