Seven Kings Relais

Venti Settembre, 58A, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 1 star inn
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This 1 star inn, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria della Vittoria, Carrani Viaggi e Turismo, Piazza della Repubblica, and Museo Nazionale Romano.
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    2 days in Rome

    A travel blog entry by lottie2014 on Jun 19, 2014

    28 photos

    ... pictures inside unfortunately. Then we went to the Colisseum where we learnt about gladiatorial fights from a tour guide. It was very interesting - there are still parts of the seats and staircases intact although a lot of the building is being held up by scaffolding now. We also went inside the Pantheon which has been turned into a church. It's nowhere near as ornate as the ones in the Vatican but it's crazy to believe it's 2000 years ...

    Our first full day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by rhino25 on Aug 04, 2013

    21 photos

    ... This is a wide open piazza with a tall obelisk in the centre. At one side is an impressive entrance gate and this is opposite two large near identical churches which separate the three roads which head from the square towards the centre of Rome. These roads form the shopping district and there are many familiar and designer brands with outlets here. We were not tempted into shopping as we headed towards the bottom of the Spanish Steps and saw the cafe which ...

    Gangsta's Paradise

    A travel blog entry by cgpolicastro on May 26, 2013

    140 photos

    ... eating alone that is just plain depressing. Meals are meant to be shared and used as a time to connect with others. When you are all by yourself you catch are sideways glances from people wondering why you are alone and gain the feeling that you just want to eat and be done so that things wont feel so odd. Eventually I did leave, walking all the way back across town to try and find a dessert place that I looked up on the internet. Turns out, it ...

    A flying visit to Rome!

    A travel blog entry by lizzie_85 on Dec 03, 2012

    ... that appeared open, however no joy. Apparently restaurants in Rome donīt open until 7 and it was 5 and we were staaaarving! We managed to find a cafe open and ordered a Ciabatta (no idea of the contents, but I love a surprise!), a beer and sat on the Marina. We then caught a taxi back to the airport and with a few hours wait until we boarded our flight to Rio we caught up on our Portugeasel!

    Next stop Rio De Janeiro! ...

    The Holy See

    A travel blog entry by turner72 on Jun 27, 2012

    5 photos

    ... counting the number of people who bypass these to go straight to St Peter's Basilica and/or Square. Let's do a little math on that: our tickets cost 20 Euros apiece, meaning from this museum traffic alone the Vatican pulls in 400,000 Euro per day (146 million per year). Couple that with the money from all the other extra-territorial (the Vatican is technically a country and technically all or much Catholic property is disconnected Vatican land) ...