Flaminio Village Bungalow Park

Address: Via Flaminia Nuova 821, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground, located in the Tor di Quinto area of Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Villa Ada, Ponte Milvio, and Bastia.
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    All Roads Lead to Rome!

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jun 29, 2015

    12 photos

    ... and happy to finally be off the plane. After lunch, Felipe walked us to our first optional treat: GELATO! YUMMMMM... We then headed over to the Colosseum and learned a bit of history of how, when, and why the Colosseum was used. Our tour guide, Francesca was very knowledgable and friendly. She even ended up with a hitchhiking tourist who started to encroach on our personal space, so I went up and asked him if he had paid for ...

    Sarcofago degli sposi

    A travel blog entry by ecollier on Jan 13, 2015

    1 photo

    This was a sarcophagus dedicated to the Ruspoli princes. This specific casket was honoring a prince and his wife. Instead of their bodies being placed inside, they were cremated therefore their ashes were inside this sarcophagus. The Etruscans were a group of mysterious people who were traveling and said to be from many different places. Multiple artifacts have been found at the bottom ...


    A travel blog entry by anastasiasavvas on Sep 20, 2014

    Today we woke up early because we had a tour with the same company as yesterday for the Colosseum. We had to catch two metro lines to get there and we found the tour people but they told us today the tour was cancelled because it was a free day, meaning everyone got in for free. I was very very upset because I wanted to do the tour but instead we got in for free and we bought an audio-video tour which was on a little iPod. There were different stations which we had ...

    Cappuccino, Cats, the Classics, and Cuisine con't

    A travel blog entry by scycle on Sep 04, 2013

    7 comments, 24 photos

    ... ed chickory, tuna tartare, buffalo mozzarella w/ cherry tomatoes, and Naples white wine @ Pizza Ré

  • Various cookies and dessert spreads, pistachio cream-filled bignés, lemon granite, cannoli, and 70-proof liqueur flavored with bay leaves @ Nonna Vincenze
  • Espresso & cappuccino at Sant Eustachio
  • Basil/Lemon and watermelon gelato were my choices at Corona voted the "best gelateria in Rome"
  • Boy was ...

    And we came to Rome Part I

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 06, 2013

    6 comments, 19 photos

    ... the Second Vatican Council here in Saint Paul's. His announcement caught everyone completely off guard as he was to an older, caretaker pontiff. Instead his council touched off a half century of reformation which continues to impact the Catholic Church to this day.

    Such important events for such an austere church. But nothing more important ever happened here than the life of the man in the simple rough-hewn marble tomb. Thank you Paul.