Martino Ai Monti Hotel

Domenichino, 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hotel
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Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... palatine.
And then we got a lunch break. I had some mediocre pizza (I went to a mediocre place though) and then we went to the COLOSSEUM.
Okay, yes. The Colosseum is literally the most cliche tourist site in probably the entire world, maybe tied with the Eiffel Tower. But while I can't tell you anything about the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum lives up to the hype. It's INCREDIBLE and so much bigger than it looks in pictures. Our excellent tour guide was there ...

The Forum (aka The Crystal Maze)

A travel blog entry by andydearlove


The Forum is not know as 'The Crystal Maze' in any guidebook or history book. It is what I have named it for reasons which will become clear soon. After exiting the colosseum I was greeted by Greg, a Romanian in a Chelsea shirt! Sadly this one was not Dan Petrescu, which would have been great as one of my university friends earned the nickname 'Dan' due to his likeness of the mid nineties footballer. Again we were able to skip ...

Vatican City and the Colosseum!

A travel blog entry by lacedwithjess


... animals and gladiators. And when we got to the roman forums I just thought the temples were so cool. I love all the mythology so it's really awesome to see all the history in real life. It makes it feel a lot more tangible and brings the stories to life. We are now back at the hostel, full stomachs and planning on going to the flea market tomorrow. I'm tired from the long day, and excited to do laundry tomorrow! Clean clothes ...

The shoes of the fishermen

A travel blog entry by coach27


... and a lap of the track before locating the Boca della Verita, made famous in Roman Holiday.

All the while I was texting the others to see where they were. "Mass with the Pope" and "Just going into the Sistine Chapel" and so-on.

We rendezvoused back at the Wintons by 3pm, and I bought a tub of gelati for the teens to attack.

Home for a rest before returning at 7pm to make dinner - mushroom and cheese risotto, pasta, and crepes for ...

3rd day in Rome

A travel blog entry by andersenkerryn


Woke at 5.30am and got back to sleep in time to wake up at 8.30am. Moh got in the shower and came out swearing as there was no hot water. Apparently they were having trouble with the hot water service!!!!! Amazing at $1000e a night. Off we go again after a hot shower and we head back to our cashmere store where KA went mad and bought a jumper, a dress and a duffle jumper for $785e which the lady gave for$750. Thanks Moh. Stopped for coffee and tea near a cute ...

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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Parco di Colle Oppio.
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