Casa San Giuseppe

Address: Vicolo Moroni 22, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Intrastevere, Villa Farnesina, Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Corsini, and Museo di Roma.
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    A travel blog entry by bayeuro13 on Jun 03, 2013

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    We were given a free afternoon so we went to find the Spanish steps. We were doing great until we realized we didn't know where we were going so we pulled out the map our guide gave us and looked for street signs. We found however that street signs are harder to find then in the US we eventually found a few street names and found our way to the steps. There was a lot of people in the nice hot Rome day but we say awhile on the ...

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    ... to a major tourist attraction.

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    A travel blog entry by travelimmersion on Jun 10, 2012

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