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Unless you count the Pope as a good friend (and he concurs), there are no lodging opportunities in the Vatican City itself. However, there are many hotels in the surrounding neighbourhoods of [[Rome]].
 
Unless you count the Pope as a good friend (and he concurs), there are no lodging opportunities in the Vatican City itself. However, there are many hotels in the surrounding neighbourhoods of [[Rome]].
  
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*<sleep name="Hotel Columbus" alt="" address="Via Della Conciliazione 33" directions="" phone=" +39.06.6865435 " url="[email protected]" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">This is an impressive 15th-century palace. The Columbus was once the home of the cardinal who became Pope Julius II, the man who tormented Michelangelo into painting the Sistine Chapel. It looks much as it must have centuries ago: a severe time-stained facade, and heavy wooden doors leading from the street to the colonnades and arches of the inner courtyard. The cobbled entranceway leads to a reception hall and a series of baronial public rooms. Note the main salon with its walk-in fireplace, oil portraits, battle scenes, and Oriental rugs. The guest rooms are considerably simpler than the salons and are furnished with comfortable modern pieces. All are spacious, but a few are enormous and still have many original details. The best and quietest rooms front the garden.
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http://www.frommers.com/destinations/rome/H25963.html#ixzz135rL2CCJ</sleep>
 
=== Budget ===
 
=== Budget ===
 
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