Hotel Anakin Stargate

Via Palestro No. 87, Rome, Italy
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Central Hotel Rome

by badenhop

G/day, can anyone recommend a good hotel, preferably with a Terrace or decent balcony near Trevi Fountain or the Colloseum, not too expensive but clean also.
thanks ........badenhop

Re: Central Hotel Rome

by tango_jd

Apart from the balcony, the Hotel Columbia was our choice a couple of years ago.
http://www.holidaycityeurope.com/columbia-rome/map.html
The location was brilliant - near-emough to all the main sights in a quiet location not far from the Terminii station (which is good if you have bags to carry!)
It was easy to walk to the Forum, Trevi Fountain etc.
Breakfast was taken on a lovely tiled terrace. (lovely breakfast too!)

Re: Central Hotel Rome

by badenhop

Thank you, I chkd out the hotel columbia and its perfect, maybe a little expensiona but i think we will go for it...badenhop

Re: Central Hotel Rome

by tango_jd

One thing - Do NOT go for a drink in th ebar across the road - we had 1 Gin and tonic plus 1 large beer - 22 EUROS!!!!!!!

Re: Central Hotel Rome

by Plumeria54

Another hotel idea is Hotel Giardino, which is located just down the block from Quirnale and is an easy walk to everything. Breakfast was included, and the staff was very helpful. We stayed there in April and liked the hotel and loved the location. I don't have the website handy but you can easily find it in an online search.

Travel Tips for Rome

Roman Forum: Once the Center of Life in Rome

by deecat

The Roman Forum is interesting to see if you have some background information. Otherwise, it just looks like a disaster zone.

So, I suggest that you view the whole area from the Capitoline Hill above it. From that vantage point, you can understand and pick out the most substantial of the ruins. You can also see the main street (Via Sacra{Sacred Way}) which was the path followed through the Forum for triumphal and religious processions as they made their way to the Capitol for the purpose of giving thanks at the Temple of Jupiter.

For me, the most interesting items in these ruins are the Temple of Castor & Pollux which was dedicated to the twin brothers of Helen of Troy. I like its Corinthian columns.

I also enjoyed seeing the circular Temple of Vesta and behind it the House of the Vestal Virgins. From mythology I knew that the Vestal Virgins served Vesta, goddess of hearth and home. She also protected children. So her temple was one of ancient Rome's most sacred. There was a flame that was kept alive by the Vestal Virgins because it symbolized the continuation of the state of Rome. They thought that if the flame died, so died Rome.

The House was where the cherished virgins lived. There were 50 rooms and was probably annexed to the Temple. Everyone has his/her favorites in the Forum Ruins, much of it based on personal taste or architectural interests. My favorites always have to do with the mythological tale or legend that accompanies it.

Aquedocts Park

by pincopallo_it

Aquedocts Park is a place you cant find in noone of your tourists books. Why ? Maybe because in Rome there are so many things to see that your book would be too heavy ! But the aquedocts park is worth a visit.
Take the underground and get off at Giulio Agricola. Go straight to viale Giulio Agricola and you ll see a largest park which join the aquedocts to the Appian way.
Why should you visit this park ? Have a look at this picture !!!

After an hour of stroll in the park sorrounded by aquedocts , old roman villas and old towers maybe now you want to go back in the confusion of the non-touristic Rome ... take the Viale Giulio Agricola and go to the Tuscolana road ... one of the shopping streets in Rome ... but shopping for romans ... cheaper prices for sure ...but donno if they understand your english ! Try

Going for a drink...

by Malecka

Ok, I was lucky enough to have a friend studying in Rome sooo..

Campo Dei Fiori: nice place with lots of bars and cafes. We started with 'The Drunken' Ship' (cool place) and then just went bar-crawling. Nice!

Ok, another cool thing: FIESTA, like an artificial city a bit further from the center, in Rome's southern part. Lots of dance floors, latin-american music (my favorite), dancing, cocktails, fruits, food, nice shows (especially the Brasilians) and... well, just go in case you gotta chance!

also... TRINITY COLLEGE - the Irish Pub: Oh, wow! Great DJ, thanks whoever he is.

El Greco cafe/restaurant

by amandahep about El Greco

Located in Via Condotti. We wanted a quick coffee stop at the bottom of the Spanish Steps. Stopped at Babingtons and fainted at the prices.
If you still want a treat then the El Greco prices are more reasonable. Lots of history in this Cafe too. Only stopped for coffee/ strawberry tart. Friend had an ice cream soda that was supposed to be heavenly.

Tour the City!

by onlinerep

I know I do alot of 'Tour Bus' touring on my travels, but I find that this is the best way to see the City - all in one go. It's good value for money (compare prices with tour companies before hand), you're sure to see MOST of the important places and you can choose when and where to jump off and jump back on. My ticket was valid for 24 hours. I was only in Rome for one full day (and night) but there was enough time to see everything that I wanted to see.

Below are pictures of just some of the sights along the tour route!

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Address: Via Palestro No. 87, Rome, Italy