Tenuta Agricola Fonte di Papa

Via Valle Ricca 70, Rome, Lazio, 00139, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Rome, is near Via Tiberina, Via Salaria, Tiber Village, and Via Flaminia.
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    When in Rome...we can actually say this now!!

    A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... at our fingertips...most everything was right outside our front door. We opted for no gelato knowing that Rome would have some for us. Guaranteed, we will be getting gelato the last morning in Rome!!! Our tickets just so happened to be first class and we've decided we're not taking second class ever again...spoiled! The only drawback to first class is that you have locals grabbing at your luggage to "help" you out and ...

    Ancient Rome and the Shrinking Dome

    A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 08, 2014

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    ... br> Back at Trastevere, we dined at Augusto's once more. I was after tripe, which was only served on Saturdays. Alas, they had run out by the time we ordered :(. Going back to the menu, I settled for ravioli with spinach & ricotta and pollo ala Romano to follow. Jenessa had consomme and the veal. The flavours did not disappoint (again) and the house red was a perfect partner for our food. Stumbling back (I did at least) to our apartment, it brought to end another lovely night in ...


    A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 16, 2013

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    ... strong room houses a comprehensive collection of Italian coins. The displays, with plenty of English description, told the familiar stories of various emperors manipulating the currencies by changing the alloys, the designs, restricting circulation or devaluing it's worth to suit their needs. Money appears to have always been "the root of all evil". Saw also some beautiful examples ...


    A travel blog entry by robchurch on Aug 06, 2013

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    ... from the original structure was used in the construction of Papal endeavors, most notable of which was St. Peter’s Basilica. All available limestone was taken, including the floors and benches. At one point, the Coliseum was able to hold up to 80,000 spectators. Due to an earthquake in the late 17th century, half of the Coliseum’s outer structure was ruined. At this point, it was used only by the homeless to sleep in, so only modest repairs ...

    Pantheon to the Spanish steps

    A travel blog entry by jjadria on May 30, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the roses in my hands. 'For you, for you!' I tried to give them back, but he wouldn't take them. I was so confused, so kept walking, all the way across the square before he asked for money. So I gave back the roses, but he wouldn't take them. Aaaaahhh. It took me over 5 minutes to get him to go away. And then 24 more rose hawkers wouldn't leave us alone. At the top of the Spanish Steps ...