La Rotella nel Sacco

via Giovanni Giolitti n.461, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

A travel blog entry by goweregypt

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... as the Pantheon's interior height. We had another delicious gelato near here.
We walked about 400m to the Trevi Fountain, still a pleasure to see due to its location, size & the gorgeous colour of the water and to watch the crowds around it. We are both back & we still haven't tossed in a coin!!!
The next kilometre walk took us to our last tourist attraction for these holidays - The Cappuchin Crypt. It used to be free, but is now €6 and is a good ...

The Journey Begins

A travel blog entry by vaggers

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... city that seemed to ebb and flow beautifully . After the tour we were dropped back once against the Walk of Stars just in time to watch The symphony of Lights that plays every night of the week at 8pm ... This is a laser light show ,sometimes with fireworks ,done in time to music ,using the city buildings . While not quite the spectacle I had thought it would be , it was still a beautiful night .. So it was back on the ferry to head back to where ...

Ahhh Roma, Trevi, Vittoriano and ancient ruins

A travel blog entry by jott086

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... pasta dinner because, after all, we were in Rome.

A cute little man, the manager at the restaurant I think, kissed our hands. The waiter ,however, was an arrogant twerp. He was very rude to me whenever I asked a question. Marie didn't think he was so rude. So far I find Rome so much busier and less friendly than Paris. Marie thinks she might like it better. Maybe I am grumpy because my epidural seems to be no longer working and I am having pain right down my leg. ...

A Roman Holiday

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns

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... immersed experience.

I then refueled with lasagna and rice dumplings at a small cafe. Braving the drizzling rain, I went to explore the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. There was no line to get in, so I could immediately use yet another Rick Steve's audioguide to explore the ruins. I found that absolutely essential since there were few descriptive signs. I probably would have completely missed the site ...

Finding the Pantheon!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... at 43.3 meters – 142 feet. Also, an interesting fact that I learned was that even after two thousand years, the Pantheon’s dome was still recognized as being the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. Hummmm! After reading these facts, I hoped it wouldn’t collapse while I was here! Ha, ha, ha!

Taking the necessary time to walk all around the ...

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This hotel, located on via Giovanni Giolitti n.461, Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Palazzo del Freddo, and Porta Maggiore.
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