Hotel Everest

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Nazionale 243, Lazio, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy
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Forum Posts

Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by shirleymacrina

Does this museum have historical exhibits, or is it mostly science, technology and modern life? Any other suggestions of what there is for children to do that especially helps them connect with the history of Rome? We are planning to go to the Forum/Colloseum and Ostia Antica where the kids can really get out and move around. I have one 11 and one 3.

Thanks, Macrina

Re: Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by leics

Everything you need to know, in English, here:

Ostia is an excellent idea. It's also worth going up the Palatine Hill (lovelyplace for a picnic).

Also, take the bus to the Via Appia. It's a safe and good place to walk once you have passed the catacombs of S. Sebastiano (you can hire bikes too) and leads you into the countryside past Roman tombs and ruins, along the route of the original Appian Way (slaves' revolt....crucified...'Spartacus'?) The cafe has brilliant torte and cakes!

Re: Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by shirleymacrina

Thanks! We were also planning to go to the Appia Antica. I want to see the catacombs very much. Is there much difference between seeing Callixstus or San Sebastiano? If you see one, is it enough, or is it worth seeing both?

Re: Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by manuna

This museum has nothing to do with the history, but it's really good. And we had problem of taking away our "big boys" (27 and 35 old):)Children (at least 3 year old) will like it. One more interesting sight, unfortunately cannot find the address. May be someone on the forum will help you, somewhere in the center (not far from Trevi Fountain) there is a small cinema. They show you the film on Rome history. And not just a film, but with special effects (won't tell which not to spoil the effect).

Re: Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by leics

Each set of catacombs is fascinating in its own way but Sebastiano has pagan Roman 'house' tombs to see as well as Christian remains. I've visited S.Callisto as well (which has a coouple of corpses displayed, and a chapel to aRoman Christian martyr), but not S. Domitilla (yet).

It's really up to you and your level of interest whether you see more than one set. I would if you have time (and the 3-yr-old is happy enough). They are all within walking distance of each other (it's about 15 minutes walk from Callisto to Sebastiano; go through the catacomb grounds rather than along the busy road, although there is a pavement).

Re: Children's Museum - Il Museo dei Bambini

by manuna

Found it. It is called Time Elevator. Via dei SS Apostoli 20

Travel Tips for Rome

Tunnel from Piazza di Spagna to Via Veneto

by Frisbeeace

There is a pedestrian tunnel which runs about 8 blocks underneath the city from the top of Via Veneto (in front of Villa Borghese) all the way down to Piazza di Spagna at entrance to the metro station.

We used this tunnel many many times to go back to the Via Veneto/Villa Borghese area. There is a convenient supermarket along the way to replentish your refrigerator. It is open until 11 pm.

You must visit Villa d'Este...

by Goner

You must visit Villa d'Este gardens which are undeniably the most famous water park of Europe. It sits in the hills about 20km from Rome above the town of Tivoli which was was a favored resort of the ancient Romans, attracted buy its fresh water and sulflur springs and the beautiful countryside. Many of the temples that once covered Tivoli's hilltop are still visiable in places. The most beautiful sight is the Villa d'Este created in the 16th century for Cardinal Ippolito d'Este. The gardens are spectacular, but the fountains are truly amazing run only on a hydaulic sytems. About 3 miles from Tivoli are the ruins of Hadrian Villa. This is one of the largest and most spectacular villas ever built in the Roman Empire. It once covered an area greater than the center of Imperial Rome. Hadrians idea was to recreate all the wonders he had seen during his travels through the Roman Empire.

See more photos in my travelog.

Walk the same way you did in the daytime...

by syllybabe

As long as you're careful, it's relatively safe to walk around Rome at night. The most fun I had was going back to the same sights I went to in the morning and retracing my steps after dinner. The fountains and monuments were more beautiful when they were all lit up at night.

Passage to India

by mariocibelli about Passagio in INdia

Very nice INdian restaurant located in pseudo-Indian restaurant ghetto just steps away from Via Nazionale, most people never come here, really eclectic part of ROme, and nicer in some respects than Trastevere. Goog Indian grub at very decent prices for Italy.

Liars Beware!!!

by KLowe1123

This church is perhaps best known for being the place to find the "Bocca Della Verita" (sp?) or the Mouth of Truth. It was reportedly a drain cover in Roman times (which if it is true, shows you how artistic and creative they were back then) then at some point a legend spun out of it saying liars (specially husband or wife who cheated on their better half) will get their hands bitten off by the mouth...thus centuries later it became a tourist attraction in Rome. We had heard of the legend but never knew that the real thing lies in Rome so when we saw fridge magnets in every souvenir store we asked around and visited it. There's always a long queue outside of Bocca Della Verita you will not have any difficulty finding this church. An old man takes pictures for you when asked to and it is nice to drop a Euro or 2 in donation before taking pics. Inside the church also lies part of St. Valentine''s remains so worth checking out as well! The place is otherwise free for entrance


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 Hotel Everest

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Address: Via Nazionale 243, Lazio, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy