The Dependance of the Hotel Tempio di Pallade is located approximately 50 m away. from the main building.

In it there are eight rooms of different types, from single to quadruple, some of which are very large and allow four beds to be placed on the floor (five, with bunk).

Some rooms also have a balcony while others have a small private garden and both are equipped with a wrought iron table and chairs. The Customer who has checked in at the reception of the main building is accompanied to his room. Breakfast is served to all customers in the hotel breakfast room.

The Dependance, inserted in a residential context of residents, is located along Via Balilla, a small "London Street". A street with only local traffic and therefore enjoys an enviable quiet, despite being, like the main building, within the historic center and close to the Colosseum which can be reached on foot in 25 minutes.

... There is also a tradition that occurs every year ...

The residents of that street, in fact, have maintained a tradition for 25 years, also sponsored by the Municipality of Rome Capital: on the third weekend of June each year, the road is closed to traffic and parking is prohibited. On the appointed day and as the evening hours approach, each resident family sets up its own table with chairs in the center of the street and sets it with wines and drinks of all kinds and with foods cooked by the family, from first courses to roasts, fish, cured meats, cheeses, desserts. Every passerby is welcome and is invited to share what he likes with the inhabitants to feel like a "family" too. The street becomes a "social street" with a beautiful story of integration to tell; a small microcosm of humanity enlivened by dances and also by the music of a band. The date, among other things, coincides with the extremely violent bombing that occurred on the San Lorenzo railway yard, adjacent to that road, almost at the end of the Second World War. In this celebration, therefore, in addition to that message, the joy of the residents of having survived, their families and their homes also shines through.

This is an opportunity for integration not to be missed, even for tourists staying at the numerous hotels in the area


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