Antico Hotel Palio Bianco

Address: Viale Matteotti 17-19, Monterotondo, Lazio, 00015, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viale Matteotti 17-19, Monterotondo, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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Travel Blogs from Monterotondo

Roman Forum, Trastevere, Colosseum

A travel blog entry by slynne on Jul 19, 2015

... gotten the salmon with vodka sauce. Silly. And then... ****! I got ripped off again. Charged 4 euro for water which was definitely a dodgy. I was so mad but only realised later that I should have asked to speak to the manager. Ugh. After that too tired and annoyed to be in the mood for people watching on the Spanish step. I went there briefly and ran my hands through the fountain. 19km day! Got a little blister on my right heel - first blister of the trip Sleeeeep (late, ...

Roma and thuderstorms

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 20, 2015

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... so great for leather sandals... might take the Aunties a few days to dry out those shoes?

We wait around in our apartment for a bit and jiggle some things about in bags and sort out the groceries we already have. Helen and Louise then go out again for the supermarket items. Within 5 minutes they are back - its started pouring again. And that is how the afternoon progressed - rain, sun, rain , sun. Crazy weather.

Eventually though, we got some stuff ...

Vatican City-Coliseum-Roman Forum & Palatine Hill

A travel blog entry by klarenbeek on May 09, 2015

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... is another Eiffel Tower just takes your breathe away. How such a structure has lasted all this time after being pillaged by the aristocracy for the marble and anything else of value. We walked many stairs looking around. It was then over to the Palentine hill which is basically a ruin of the rich and famous holiday homes in the time of the Emperors and Caesars. How they built these mammoth buildings and now just bits and pieces of ...

Knocking Around the Neighborhood

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Feb 20, 2015

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... bank of the Tiber. This was the forced home of the Roman Jewish population for 300 years between the 16th and the 19th centuries. Italy's Jews settled directly from the Holy Land prior to the Diaspora, first arriving in Rome during the second century B.C. The second influx occurred when Rome invaded Judea in the first century A.D. and carried them off as slaves. We passed the synagogue and the Catholic Church (built to convert the Jews) ...

From St. Francis to the Colosseum!

A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Mar 12, 2014

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Leaving Florence was difficult, but we had more adventures awaiting, so we packed up and got an early start for the 4 hour drive to Assisi. One of the highlights of that drive was the stop at the Auto-Grill, the Italian equivalent of our Big Stop. You would swear that these kids had been deprived of junk food for 10 years. They stocked up on Kinder bars, Pringles, Red name it....I just shook my head. The Umbrian countryside was lushly green, the steep hillsides dotted ...

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