Alba Hotel Torre Maura

Viale di Torre Maura, 81, Rome, Lazio, 00169, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Civilized Layover

A travel blog entry by sinfronteras


... it was rather tiny and that "crew goes first". Rather than wait for the shuttle to to the airport and back we decided to walk it. It's close enough that we got to the airport at about the same time the shuttle was arriving . . . we just had to lug our luggage about a quarter of a mile.

Airport was a zoo with travelers getting home from the Thanksgiving holidays--thanks to TSA and Pre Check--we got through ...


A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada


... because tomorrow we are leaving for Barcelona! I didn’t end up getting to bed till 3 am but Sinisa had made friends with some guests at the hotel and had stayed out with one of them till 530 in the morning!!! We had the absolute best time in Italy so far inside we were both a bit gutted to have to leave this magical place I really fell in love with Italy this trip from the sights and views the general feeling the food and the people, wow what a great time!!!

Beautiful Roma

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... mozzerella man refused to sell fresh mozzarella to people if it was over two days old, but if it doesn't sell they can age it and turn it into something closer to what we think of when we have mozzerella on a Dominos (but still way better).

Next up we sampled the best Proscuitto e Melone yet. The melon was ripe and it really made the difference. All along, there was a lot of samples coming our way at each stall and the hardest thing was to pace yourself, knowing how ...

Ancient Roads and Bones

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... our way pretty easily overshooting the entrance to the road a little bit before backtracking to join it. We do not walk far before coming upon the small church of Domine Quo Vadis. When St. Peter escaped the Mammertine prison, he fled along Via Appia before meeting Christ on this spot. The apostle asked "Lord, where are you going?" and Jesus replied " I am going to be crucified anew". Quo Vadis is latin for, where are you going.
We continue down the ancient road and then walk ...

When in Rome . . .

A travel blog entry by rach_travelbug


... round Rome - managed two large sized for 25 euro, versus 20 each.

  • Second day: Colosseum and Palatino Hill - my favourite by far. Took the advice of "Lonely Planet - Europe on a Shoestring", bought ticket that works for both at Palatino Hill, rather than Colosseum. Then when we went to the Colosseum, we skipped a huge queue saving us what must have been hours waiting! The Colosseum is overwhelmingly breathtaking on seeing it at first from the outside but ...

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    This 3 star hotel, located in the Torre Spaccata area of Rome, is near Giglio, Jubilee Church (Dio Padre Misericordioso), Capannelle, and Cinecittà.
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