Relais Rome

Address: Via Del Corso 93, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Condotti, Augustus's Mausoleum (Mausoleo Augusteo), Via di Ripetta, and East of Via del Corso.
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    Ancient Rome and Sunshine

    A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 26, 2015

    59 photos

    ... online so we didn’t have to get those when we got to the station. We had a bit of gelato, to try to make up for our not so great lunch. Then we asked a few questions about the train. Would our bags be accessible, or would we check them? Did I need the actual PDF pulled up or just the PNR number available for boarding? Anyway, I asked a few questions and we were so proud of ourselves for getting to the train station by about 4:15 or so for our 5:30 ...


    A travel blog entry by dani.searle1 on Oct 31, 2014

    9 photos

    ... decided that a late lunch by the magnificent Tiber river would be the go. Walked ages to get there, but nada! Nothing. Zilcho. Not a brollie, chair, table, cafe or even take away place in site.....what is going on???? Well, apparently the Romans and visitors need only get hungry or thirsty in Summer. Come the first of November you are toast! There are restaurants that pop up but most of Europe now is shutting down for the winter and we have found many places closed, and the ...

    Let the Fun Begin! (Days 1&2 of class and tours)

    A travel blog entry by jordanklag on Jul 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Yes I repeat 4 hours of class. We were finally set free to go to the supermarket and make dinner.

    I love Roman supermarkets. They are very small, and most people shop for the current day, or for two days, but not for much more than that. I really enjoy the small atmosphere though. Some aspects are a little different, but it has been fun to look at. They have so much fresh produce and meat. Their labeling for "gluten free" ...

    Day 2 - Tour of Rome

    A travel blog entry by conoe on May 29, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... We changed on the fly and postponed our trip to the Vatican until later in the week. We started with the Coliseum, Forum, and Palatine. The nice thing about a guide is that you don't ever have to stand in line -- ever. Next Luca took us to Aventine Hill to look through a keyhole at a private villa owned by the Malta Family. Sound a little sleazy? Google it and you'll find an amazing view of ...

    General Tour of Rome

    A travel blog entry by hayesj on Jan 23, 2014

    19 photos

    ... represents the moods of the sea. It was pretty crowded when we were there but July could be interesting as I don't know how people would fit in. Next stop was the Pantheon and in doing so walked onto the Campo de' Fiori which had a morning market selling most fruit and vegetables. This part of Rome is a maze of narrow streets and full of cafes and restaurants. The Pantheon was a surprise as it didn't follow what I thought it was going to. It was built in ...