Cecilia Suites Rome

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Vicolo Cellini 14, Rome, 00186, Italy
Cecilia Suites Rome
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Rome Lodging for 1 night

by puppy12

Our party of seven will be departing from Rome after 10 days in Gaeta. Our thought is that we will leave Gaeta on Saturday morning and stay in Rome for 1 night before our Sunday morning flights back to the US. Could anyone recommend a place to stay that would allow us to see a few sights Saturday afternoon and have dinner? A guest house or something like that would be fine...we'll have already splurged on the seaside villa in Gaeta! Most of the airport area hotels seem very expensive. What is the distance to the airport (da Vinci) from the city center? Thank you.

Re: Rome Lodging for 1 night

by Onedragon

A few of the convents and monasteries have made there places available for the public to stay there.. maybe between $US 40 to $60 ?? http://www.santasusanna.org/comingToRome/convents.html

Re: Rome Lodging for 1 night

by leics

Getting to the airport takes 30 minutes on the Leonardo Express train from Termini, and costs 11 euros. Stay in central Rome rather than near the airport, because it will be much easier to see as much as you can fit in.

Hotel Domus Praetoria is near Termini station, very convenient for getting around (near the bus station), good pizzeria/restaurants nearby, super clean rooms, fresh breakfast rolls/pastries and friendly, helpful staff. I stayed there last week. www.domushotel.com
More detailed info in my tip: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/73696/23513/3/

www.venere.com is a good site for checking out hotels as well. Many VT-ers use it; it's entirely reliable and the guest reviews are honest.

Travel Tips for Rome

The Stolen Ornaments of Conquered Lands

by mrclay2000

All of Rome's 15 obelisks are permanently borrowed from Egypt or the Levant, stolen by emperors from Augustus to Constantine. (Paris and London can only claim one each, both gifts from the 19th century.) Today the obelisks stand on often-ornate pediments and decorate squares throughout the city (Navona, Trinita dei Monti, San Pietro, Laterano, Rotonda, Popolo, etc) and are just another wonderful and unique aspect of this enchanting Eternal City.

Museo Roma - Trastevere

by icunme

Tucked away in Trastevere's Piazza Sant'Egidio, you will find the Museum of Rome that is dedicated to the main aspects of everyday Roman life in the late 18th and 19th centuries - filtered through the tastes and convictions of the artists and folklorists who described it. Major themes are costume, folk dancing, festivals, and crafts.
The first floor photos depict the rigors of Italy's War of the Nation - 1915-1918.
On the second floor a most impressive collection - the famous series of "Vanished Rome" watercolors by Ettore Roesler Franz (Rome 1845-1907). Franz was certain that many sites he treasured in Rome were about to disappear with development of the city. He went to the sites - took photos - made notes regarding light and which time of day was best - along with many other details that helped him execute these watercolor works - a most impressive collection is exhibited here.
Interspersed among the artworks you will be surprised by 6 rooms which depict the daily life of the period in Italy. These displays are lifesize and the many diverse characters are costumed and situated in settings with every detail in place - I especially liked the pharmacy, wine cart, and the tavern (which occupies two adjoining rooms).
You will also see a collection of personal artifacts from the home of Trilussa.
I was alone here and it was very nice to be unhurried and have such good interaction with the staff. They were very kind and happy to answer questions.

*Suggestion: If you plan dinner in Trastevere, a visit here would be an excellent apertif!

Photos were not permitted but you can preview an excellent slideshow on the website.
The statues you see here decorate the stairways and are reproductions of originals.

Tues-Sun - 10a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Monday Last admission 7p.m.
Admission: 3 Euro - reduced 1,50 Euro - A BARGAIN!
Free admission Italians and EC citizens

Let's use Bus for your sightseeing

by moacha

If you do the sightseeing in a city of Rome leisurely, a good method will also use Buses.
If you get B.I.G ticket or B.T.I ticket or C.I.S ticket, You can travel without worrying about time.
It can investigate from the following site to Buss's routes, stops, and time.
MY recommendation of rutes are H, 40,64 and 170,
you will find the route appropriate for your destination.
Since Buss travels the tourist resorts in a city of Rome slowly in many cases,
if you can sit on a seat by the window, you can be immersed in the sightseeing feeling in a city of Rome.

Pople who want to a fast trip, have the opening top bus which take up the sightseeing spots. This is another charge.Be careful.

Walk along the Trastevere and...

by lolita2002

Walk along the Trastevere and choose one of your choice!!! I love italian food, pasat, pizza . Desserts: tiramisu, tartufo, pana cota. Wow

After eating take lemoncello! a liqueur infused with the rinds of the finest lemons. Try it!

Pic: tiramisu!

Porta Portese Sunday market

by jurkka

Check out the big market on porta portese, south side on city center. Bus number 170 takes you near it, drop off when you see the river.
take care of your purse!
If you miss this, there is daily monday-saturday market at via sannio in more easter part of town, most easily accesible from san giovanni subway station.


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