Hotel Tuscolana

Address: Via Tuscolana, 185, Rome, Lazio, 00182, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Rome Segway Tour, Roman Walls, Piazza dei Re di Roma, and All American Comics.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    More Orientation & My First Night Roman Adventure

    A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 29, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the night was great. It was another reminder that sometimes you have to take a chance and go out somewhere, no matter how you may feel or what you may percieve about a place or situation. You never know what might actually happen or what you may find along the way! It could be a cool new alternative. In 'Doing as the Romans', I definitely want to go back and check out the bars/lounges set up along the river and maybe just hang out and eat and enjoy the scenery.
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    Roma

    A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on Apr 24, 2014

    80 photos

    ... had taught us a pretty good trick to avoid dying of heat stroke. We wore skirts that sat at our waist but could be tugged down to our hips to cover our knees and tang-tops that we could throw a light scarf around our shoulders. The weirdest part about the Vatican? It's actually a very complicated museum packed with artifacts taken in religious crusades, but get this: you have to purchase an audio guide to get a map. I discovered this from a rather crabby receptionist who ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... name further evolved to Coliseum during the Middle Ages. In Italy, the amphitheatre is still known as il Colosseo, and other Romance languages have come to use similar forms such as le Colisée (French), el Coliseo (Spanish) and o Coliseu (Portuguese). Ancient History Construction of the Colosseum began under the rule of the Emperor Vespasian in around 70–72 AD, funded by the spoils taken from the Jewish Temple after the Siege of Jerusalem. The site chosen was a flat area on ...

    Rome-ing around Italy

    A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 08, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... justice. I walked around for about 15 minutes before continuing on, as I probably could have stayed there all day, but I had bigger fish to fry. I decided against the Vatican museum and the Sistine Chapel as I didn't want to start feeling crook before the colosseum and the forum.

    I caught a few trains to the Colosseum, and headed up to the entry to the Forum Romano as I had heard that was a quick way to beat the lines at the Colosseum. I got an audio/video guide for ...

    Hi Ho Hi Ho it's 240km/h we go...

    A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 04, 2013

    1 photo

    Train travel in Italy is not so much an eye popping experience, though the scenery is nice, as much as an ear popping one! You'd be familiar with the saying, "square peg won't go into a round hole"? Well, travelling at about 240km/h a squarish train in a tight fitting hole means somethings gotta give. As we whiz through the tunnels the air pressure skyrockets briefly and one's ears adjust accordingly! It's like being in a fast elevator!

    The countryside here ...