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, Ponte Milvio, Villa Ada, and Bastia.
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    A travel blog entry by jasonswallow on May 25, 2014

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    ... was cool but they didn't do a very good job at it. A lot of old ruins of buildings but hard to tell what they used to be. We then did the coliseum with a tour guide which was a lot better. We found a restaurant in an alley (which seems to be where all the action is) and had some pasta, was really good and cheap. That night we found a outdoor patio to have a few drinks at. The next day (Thursday) we did a Vatican tour of the museum, Sistine chapel and St. ...

    Finally in Rome- By Alex Tracey

    A travel blog entry by thetraceys on May 03, 2014

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    ... an emperor watched things killing other things for his entertainment. When we just left our apartment to go to the train there was a huge line up to the church that was just near where we had stayed even though it was 8:30am! I was so excited rolling my new suitcase that has 4 wheels! I was walking around like I was too cool to touch. And I kept saying, "They see me rollin', they hatin'". And after a few minutes it started to rain, and dad asked mum if she ...

    Roming in Rome :)

    A travel blog entry by dan-roxy on Dec 01, 2012

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    ... called St Peters square. Here the pope communicates to the people of Rome.
    The Vatican city is surrounded by a massive 2m thick wall that was used as a secure walkway for the Pope to get from the castle to the Vatican.
    We can now say we have stood in two countries at once, one foot on the Vatican and on on Italy.

    The Rome castle was pretty cool, and a little different from the others we have seen. Highly religious people lived here which ...

    The Colosseum (Rome, day two)

    A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jun 27, 2012

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    ... Roman Republic and Empire, what major events happened within Rome and beyond and the influences and implications of these events, as well as things like what happened in the day-to-day lives of Romans at the time and what happened in major Colosseum events (always handy on a Colosseum guided tour, don't you think?). Needless to say, I have absolutely no recollection of about 95% of what he said...a combination of having spent the morning wandering around Rome looking at ...

    Wowed by all the sites

    A travel blog entry by nancydeb on Sep 27, 2011

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    ... might be one as the arch marks the victory which eventually turned Rome into a Christian empire and the city has been the heart of the world for quite a while).

    Two days in Rome doesn't give you much time for rest and we were pretty tired at the end of it and no doubt overlooked many wonders, but it is hard to imagine another city to match Rome for historic significance and monumental sites. I'll be interested to review this note after seeing Athens and Istanbul...