Residenza Domiziano

Via San Nicola da Tolentino 50, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Rainy Rome

    A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... in the Brisbane Colour Run recently! When the lightning and thunder started, our guide finally realised that we were wet, miserable and in danger, so we went to an area where we waited for the bus. We only had a short break from the rain as we parked in a large bus car park near St Peters Square. By now the rain had lightened, so the first thing we did with our free time was find a restaurant where we ordered lasagne and a small carafe of red wine in an ...

    Roma Soccer and Appia Antica

    A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... our bicycles and set off onto Appia Antica, which is a very old road that leads to Puglia eventually. At first we thought it would be easy, but then we realized that we were biking on cobblestones...and worse is the giant rocks that don't connect and aren't flat. I have never had a more bouncy biking experience. But it was an absolute blast to ride a bike and have lunch on the countryside. This weekend was one of the best that I've spent in the city of Rome.
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    Tired But Soldiering On- Meeting Rome

    A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 08, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... decided to go into Rome on the shuttle. We are really glad we did.

    Now, even though I have seen "Three Coins in a Fountain" and" Roman Holiday" many times, I did not expect Rome to be like it is. Somehow my idea of Rome, and Ken's too, was very wrong. The many large trees (as Ken said "The pines of Rome") and open spaces and the fascinating back streets with antiquities around most every corner combined to make this interesting and comfortable. It is a ...

    Rome wasn't built in a day but we think Naples was

    A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada on Aug 21, 2013

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    ... myth (I'm a sucker for romantic stories).

    Alter of the Fatherland is a spectacular building which tells the story of Italy during the war. The reason we went in unfortunately wasn't for the history but for the views on the terrace. You could see the Roman Forum, Colosseum all the way out to St Peter's Basilica and all this for free, worth checking it out.

    The highlight of Rome for us was the Roman Forum and the ...

    Rome Day 3

    A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on Apr 30, 2013

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    ... to appreciate: the crowds are immense, and Elaine is on a mission. With her water bottle held high above her head Elaine forges onwards. (All guides adopt some sort of identification ploy. Most have a car aerial with some sort of scarf, or other colourful doofer at the top, so they can be spotted in the throng- one had a fishing rod). We're fortunate to have Elaine though, and not just because she's ex SAS. She guides us expertly through the following:- Raphael ...