Appia Park Hotel

Via Appia Nuova, 934, Rome, Lazio, 00178, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Best laid plans...

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


... same direction as everyone else!

This is where I finally found a No. 280 bus stop—but there were so many people, all waiting for buses (not just the 280 but it was impossible to tell which one), that I decided it would probably be easier to walk the rest of the way then it would be to stand and wait for a bus and then stand on the bus (standing is so much harder than walking, really). I was only 2 bridges away by this time.

I ended ...

Et tu Bruno

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... takes us over the mountains. It is wet, misty and cool. The road snakes through steep wooded valleys. We pass through villages that appear to have been abandoned. "It's like Bethesda or even worse, Blaenau Ffestiniog at the end of November". Signor curses as he struggles with the winding road and the ever increasing tail of impatient Italians - horns blaring. I slide around the floor of the van - I watch a loose tennis ball shoot pass one way and then the other as each ...

Arrivederci Italia

A travel blog entry by julesmc

... 2. Anywhere there is a swimming spot and beer, you will be sure to find some Australians. 3. Train roulette on the busy tourist packed trains in Cinque Terre are for the amusement of the train conductors. 4. There is no such thing as too much pizza or pasta (except if you are a half Philippino Portuguese 48 year old male) 5. It is never too early in the day to have a gelati 6. A 5cm gap between other people on the beach ...

The Greatest Stadium of Them All!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh


... understand that they all are looking for you to be dead so they can move on to the next gladiator. Not a walk in the park! Although the Colosseum was a magnificent display of Roman architecture, it was really sad to think of the cruelty of the Romans in their gladiator shows. Spilt blood was the norm. But let's move on to the cool stuff. I loved this amphitheater! Climbing to the top level was ...

A lazy day in Roma...

A travel blog entry by luc.larocque


... br>
Back at the apartment, I managed to put in a few zzzees. We also managed to have a FaceTime session with maman. We had a final dinner in our lovely and spacious apartment. Now that France, Roger, Laure, Lucie and Élisa are gone, it is actually quite empty!

Tomorrow, we head to Florence by train. Here's hoping I did all the right reservations!

Buona notte!

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Appia Antica area of Rome, is near St. Callistus catacombs, Appia Antica, Tomb of Cecilia Metella, and Capannelle.
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