BEST WESTERN Hotel I Triangoli

Address: Via Ermanno Wolf Ferrari, 285, Rome, Lazio, 00124, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Ermanno Wolf Ferrari, 285, Rome, is near Ostia Antica, Castel Romano Designer Outlet, Rome Connection, and Mission Trail.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

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          All Roads Lead to Rome

          A travel blog entry by kareelah on Aug 22, 2015

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          ... restoration and therefore is completely dry. What a disappointment if this was your first and only visit. We had visited 3 years ago so not too sad!! Apparently it's a 2 year job. This doesn't surprise me knowing the Italians! We are continually surprised by the slowness of the service staff, I really am amazed how anything gets done in this country!
          Time again for siesta before meeting the tour group for dinner. We have a full bus of ...

          A Comedy of (Roman) Errors

          A travel blog entry by cmatoian on Oct 13, 2014

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          ... the Sistine Chapel. We dodged families and rude tour groups but we made it!! The number of tourists in October is mind boggling. We then needed to stop at an ATM so we went a few blocks out of our find it out of order. We continued on and eventually found one, but then had to retrace our steps to get back to St. Peter's Square. When we arrived, the line was at least an hour to just get into St. ...

          Day 9: Roma Antica

          A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 21, 2014

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          ... and won could become free men. So much more to share, but in effort to not write a novel, I'll simply out the areas we moved on to explore in the Roman Forum: Arches of Titus and Septius Severus, Curia (seat of the Roman Senate), Basilica of Emilia & Basilica of Julia, Vesta Temple which housed the Vestal Virgins (if they could remain virgins and keep the flame going for 30 years they could pick their husband...if not, they were buried alive), Temples of Antoninus and ...

          A little step down in Rome

          A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 20, 2014

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          ... a square that hosts the ruins of four Roman temples and the remains of Pompey's Theatre. It seemed like everywhere we turned we ran into something of historical significance. Our guide was doing her best to explain the historical background of these ruins to our family, but the kids were far more interested in the many cats that were roaming the ancient site. Figures…!

          We continued our walk through the streets of Rome, passed the "Wedding ...

          The Vatican, Colesseum, and Trevi Fountain

          A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 18, 2014

          ... awe. After a few minutes of looking around inside, Brittany and I continued on our trek through the museum.

          After we had finished we stopped at the cafeteria for cappuccinos and exited the museum. We walked back over to the square in front of the Vatican and found out that there was a public viewing of the pope and that’s why everyone was in the square. It had just ended when we were making our way back over to ...