How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Residenza Domizia Rome
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... as I saw that there was no meter or anything, I knew that I should have gotten out. Unfortunately, I was extremely exhausted (I got little more than an hour of sleep on the plane, with a grand total of 4.5 the night before) and was beyond caring, really.
The airport I landed at was quite far from Rome proper. Once we got there, though, the taxi driver took was seemed like the long way around, pointing out various buildings of historical merit, ...
... Restoration of Cultural Property. Rome is currently an beta+ world city, falling down from its alpha- status in 2008, along with Berlin, Bucharest, Athens, Lisbon, Montreal and Budapest.
Rome was also ranked in 2014 ...
I awoke fully refreshed on Thursday morning after two long sleeps and after breakfast I bade a fond farewell to the hospitaleros at the hostel where I'd stayed for the first couple of nights in Rome. The Confraternity of St James and St Benedict has a two night limit to make sure there's always space for the next wave of arriving pilgrims, so I needed to find alternative accommodation for the remaining three nights before my flight back to the UK. But first, I needed to complete the ...
July 11th- We finally adjusted to the time change! We only had a couple more stops on our Rome 'wish list.' After breakfast we headed to the Museum of the unknown soldier. The views from the roof were incredible. We let our feet rest for a little while to enjoy the view of Rome over a glass of white wine. After that we got on our bus tour one ...
... buono. We also bought some cured meats/salumi at Antica Norcineria Viola on the square. The owner invited us in for "breakfast" and we weren't sorry. We bought some pepperoni, salami, and a liver salami (which sounds weird but was my favorite). We only wished we had found this place sooner -- we would've stopped by everyday!
After picking up breakfast, we walked around Largo Argentina playing "spot the cats" (it's a historical ruin and a stray ...