Plus Camping Tourist Village I Pini

Address: Via Delle Sassete 1A, Rome, Lazio, 00065, Italy | Campground
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This campground, located on Via Delle Sassete 1A, Rome, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

When in Rome !!!

A travel blog entry by rangaphil on Aug 23, 2014

75 photos

Rome, the capital of the now Italian Republic, is possibly the most important city in the development of Western culture. The cities history spans for over 2,500 years, and its foundation is that of myth and legend. The most popular being the story of Romulus and Remus, the twins abandoned by their mother and raised by a she-wolf. It would be …

Roma

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jun 26, 2014

Arriving in Roma after a 3 hour bus trip and then another hour finding our way through metros and bus stops. Our camping ground is awesome with a pool bar, restaurant, nightclub, supermarket and bottle shop! We stayed in a bungalow for 22euro a night- we had our own bathrooms and even an outdoor picnic table- flash!!! After a huge day travelling we …

Goin' Roamin'

A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Jan 07, 2014

4 comments, 29 photos

... is absolutely breathtaking. Gold, paintings, marble sculptures, jewels, land, you name it. It just keeps going and going and going. Martin Luther's frustration with the church's material 'indulgences' (as a byproduct of religious 'indulgences'), makes a lot more sense now. They got a lot of loot. Edie recalled learning in high school history class about the Vatican getting so out of hand that one time they started hurling fine china out the window during an ...

Rome is the best history lesson ever!!!

A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 12, 2012

26 photos

... more time there the places were just fantastic. If the views from Circus Maximus (Maximus is correct! Though it’s really just a BIG field) weren’t enough, once inside the places really come to life…sorta haha. I would suggest an audio guide, despite the horrible map and the fact that many places were blocked, once you got to the correct spot you it really gave you some amazing information and helps to visualise the place as it used to be. ...

Country#7--the smallest in the world

A travel blog entry by kklacey on Jun 30, 2012

... a bunch of police officers came in so the guy was giving them espressos on the house. It's funny how you can interpret tone and body language in a universal way because I could tell one of the cops was heckling the guy behind the counter for not giving me the first espresso and the man explaining it was because I'd ordered something else. We came back to the hotel for siesta and Blythe had to leave to meet her Study Abroad group ...