Margot Guest House

Address: Via Principe Amedeo 76, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Green Tours.
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      When in Rome (I just had to)

      A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... past the underwhelming Spanish steps, looked at the Trevi Fountain that was unfortunately under reconstruction, took a daytrip to Ostia Antica (a very well preserved port town, better than Pompei in fact), and a daytrip out to Cerveteri (the original original underground tombs built by the Etruscans 3500 years ago), meandered around Travestere and it's massive flea market and bought some jewelry, visited the Capuchin crypts (the ones with the bones), walked down thr ...

      Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

      A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jun 04, 2014

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      ... school friend (that's you Gen) and her partner 'Martino'. As Pietro and Maristella's boys (and Rosanna's nephews) no longer lived in Messina we were adopted for our time there. We were first welcomed to our own apartment(!!!!!) in the same block as Rosanna (that belonged to her aunts) and then treated to a coffee flavoured 'Granita con panna e brioche' - a proud Messina specialty. Supposedly this was Steph's mums favourite food when she stayed in Sicily, understandably too - it ...

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      A travel blog entry by kye on Mar 01, 2014

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      ... scooter and pot hole dodging became more and more of a challenge every day. I even heard a 'yea-Ha' shouted by him one day. He would get out the Smartie each day pumped as though he had been on a thrilling roller coaster ride, while Kye and I would stagger out looking green. This all made exploring the rest of Rome and the Vatican on foot a synch. And how lucky we are to have seen it all..... and lived to tell the ...

      The Griswold's go to the Vatican

      A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... the crowd was nearly unbearable, and you are herded through without much opportunity to appreciate and absorb. We were elbow-to-elbow, sweating and dying of thirst for about 4 hours. Poor Ricky was not very happy but was a good sport. Photography was not allowed in most rooms. The places where it was OK you couldn't get a shot due to the crowd. St. Peter's is gorgeous. I think you could spend all day in there. It's size is something to marvel in ...

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      A travel blog entry by rheemiix on Jun 28, 2013

      We're off to the Vatican today. First we have breakfast at our hotel. Once we're done, we walk to the metro station near the Spanish steps and catch the metro to the Nearest station to the Vatican. From there it's about a 15 minute walk to the Vatican. We're finally there and the line to walk in is at least 2hrs long. So we reach the end & we notice that people are cutting in from the opening at the back, so we do the same & within 10 minutes, we're in the courtyard. We ...