B&B Villa Evelina

Via Ardeatina 248, Anzio, Lazio, 00042, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Anzio

Homeward bound to an unknown destination - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley

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... The only problem now is knowing what I want to cook, what I need, and reading the labels being that they are all in Italian. I'm glad to have Cristina guide me through. The isles are cramped in the small supermarket. I maneuver through trying not to knock any of the precariously stacked merchandise, grabbing things along the way that we may need. This part was pretty uneventful, until I needed to check out. Cristina took a phone call and wait outside, as I ...

Fine day again

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown

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... Had dinner at recommended place, only opens after 7.30pm, no wonder, all the locals turn up then after work. Another seafood meal which was yum. 35euro n we were full of laughter, food n wine. Is an old city so seeing in the dark doesn't show much, people walking around, loads of push bike riders, cobbled streets everywhere n bikes, no cars. Bolzano tomorrow??? Saw the mountains from Venice and our first glimpse of snow no wonder its ...

Day at the Beach

A travel blog entry by andrewcross

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We woke up from an eventful night and decided it would be fun to see the sea and enjoy the warm weather. I rode the train in Italy for the first time, it was nice, but the train ride from Rome to Cinque Terre completely trumped it. The beach wasn't anything fancy, but it most certainly got the job done. And then after a little exploration we found a nice little cave that led to an amazing view from the coast.
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Contiki Part Two

A travel blog entry by mady.bolch

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... were so beautiful. I got so excited about them that I got two and sent them home in bubble wrap! We use masks a lot in drama classes, so all of my uni friends will love the masks. They are so detailed and exquisite, I can't wait to go home and wear them again.  Italy was amazing, I can't wait to go back to this beautiful country. Once again my hand hurts from writing and your eyes probably hurt from reading, so until next time, all of my love from across the world ...

Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by jardines

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... the middle. This is known as the Dioscuri Fountain and features 5.5-meter-tall (18ft) sculptures of Castor and Pollux as horse tamers. These statues - Roman replicas of Greek originals from the 5th century B.C. - once stood at the entrance of the baths of Constantine. The 14-meter-tall (46ft) central ...

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This B&B, located on Via Ardeatina 248, Anzio, is near Palace of Domitian (Domus Flavia).
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