Relais Rome

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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    Day 39 Rome

    A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on Jun 17, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... then met out tour guide, Rebecca for our crypts and catacombs tour. There were 2 tour groups on the one bus, doing the same tour but with separate guides. Unlike some of our other tours (not all) everyone on this tour was friendly, courteous & easy going, with none of the pushing & shoving and general ignorance we have occasionally experienced. The other guide Karen, spoke to both groups on the way to our 1st stop and during her "spiel" happened ...

    Ciao & au revoir. We had a blast!!

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 25, 2013

    3 photos

    ... which meant an efficient monorail shuttle ride. We then had more shops to make our final decision.
    When we had our carry on luggage x-rayed in Rome, Greg was asked to bring his bag over to the side and open it. We put all our electronic stuff & cameras back in the bags, wallets & watches back on (all these need to be taken out & put into a tray separately) & headed over. The problem was the bag scales. He was asked what it was & then the plastic ...

    Colloseum & Catacombs day

    A travel blog entry by miura09 on Sep 03, 2013

    8 photos

    ... cave, well actually it was a prison. That's what the catacombs looked like. It was well lit but you could imagine what it looked like back then because they only used oil lamps to find their way around. Once the tour was finished, we headed out. We got back on the bus and on our way to St Peter's chains church we had to pay for the tour. When we arrived, the place (church) looked like an ordinary building. It didn't look like a church. Especially considering the artwork ... as the Romans do

    A travel blog entry by mattadore on Jul 03, 2013

    ... in the crowds. We marvelled at St Peters square and then marvelled some more at the queue of people waiting to get into St. Peter's Basilica. It was ridiculous. The line grew as we watched and would have taken at least two hours to get to the front by my estimates. Bugger that. We'd had enough of tourist crowds so we left. We walked down Via fella Conciliazione to Castel Sant'Angelo and had a look around the outside. We crossed the Ponte Sant'Angelo and took photos of ...

    Peanuts for your journey

    A travel blog entry by becka.jayne on Jun 29, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and instead had a lovely day drinking hot chocolate and going on the ski gondola through the clouds. Huemoz is in a ski area, so in the low season (now) they have these free access cards that has lots of free train rides, gondolas and other surprises. The boys had seen a sign for free bike hire, which turned out to be for oversized snow scooters. Combined with a free train trip up the mountain, they made for ...