Alba Hotel Torre Maura

Address: Viale di Torre Maura, 81, Rome, Lazio, 00169, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Torre Spaccata area of Rome, is near Capannelle, Giglio, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), and Made in Japan.
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    When in Rome ...........

    A travel blog entry by wanderlustcalls on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... it would be cramped and we would have had to strap our luggage to the roof, sort of Mr Bean style. In contrast the truck had plenty of room for bags, excellent air conditioning in the back, but only two seats in the front! We finally settled on a very comfortable Peugeot, 5008. After Tony & I flying in long haul from Hong Kong & Doug & Janet from London, we checked into our hotel, then headed to Monte Cassino, a ninety minute drive south of Rome on the auto strada, with ...

    When in Rome!!!

    A travel blog entry by missliz on Feb 02, 2015

    ... little like 'my name is maximus, I was a gladiator that had an angel looking over me, I survived the arena and was blessed with my freedom. I bought this farm and brought my family with me to live in peace' After the colosseum we went to the forum. This is the ruins of the city that was next to the colosseum. This was my favourite. We walked down the pathway that they would have used precessions and saw where Julius Caesar was cremated. There is generally only the base ...

    Cinque notti in un buco di merda

    A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... need to harden your heart to visit Rome, it's an expensive enough City to visit without giving euro's to every one eyed/limbed beggar on the street.

    Pushy, rude tourists.

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    Day 22 Rome

    A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 16, 2014

    ... and put on display for people to pray to. So very amazing and beautiful place. Our tour finished at 12 and we went down to the crypt to see all the coffins of the popes, and then decided we were hungry and the boys were hot in their long pants , so we went home, had lunch and now resting a little will go out a little later. Well after a few hours rest, did a little washing , caught up with mum and dad on Skype which was wonderful saw ...

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