Scandeluzza Castle - Castello Scandeluzza

Via Scandeluzza, 11, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy | 5 star hotel
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Off to Rome

A travel blog entry by alexsandral


... a quick orientation tour of Rome so they could get their bearings but Ron, Jan and I wandered around Trastevere and had a reasonably early meal in one of the very many restaurants there. Greg came past and walked me back to my apartment and as I was the first one back it all seemed very quiet, however after I was in my room it was just like I was staying in any other type of hotel. An observation on hotels in Italy is that they all have bidets, which is common throughout ...

One month down, Twenty Three to go!

A travel blog entry by dizzgoesglobal


... hopping on a coach for 20 hours was not ideal so a few of us went and hired bikes and went for a trek around Munich. It is such a beautiful city!!! We rode to English Park, had lunch in their beer garden and watched some of the local boys surf in the canals. Was a great day...until we got on the coach and were told that the toilet was broken and we had to smell ****, ***** and poops alllllllllll the way home...VOM!!! Day 4: HOME SWEET HOME! And just to really show ...

Rome-ing around

A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog


... I was greeted by my friendly hostel owner with a fist pump and a "heyyyyyyy Jennyyyy Bella!" Little time for chitchat though, I had friends to meet at the Arco di Tito for 12:30. Even though I didn't mind the delayed train departure in Vienna, having my book and lap top along, the rest of this Roman adventure really made up for it in my luck. So, I made my way over to the Coliseum grounds to see one massive line with an estimated 3 hr wait. But I only had an hour ...

On the Go in Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by jen.greening


... street remains, the other areas were filled in with a smaller cobblestone. On the way, we stopped to look at a wall of maps illustrating the different stages of the Roman Empire. It was really cool to see the different regions that the Roman's controlled. From there, we entered the walls of the Forum and descended along a ramp to the ruins below. It's really incredible to see! Over the years the area has been excavated down to the level it was in Ancient Rome which ...

Food Walking Tour Rome

A travel blog entry by joyf


... we are to what's to come - cheers !!!

00100 Pizza was our next stop with a tasting of Suppli' alla Genovese, deep fried risotto balls. At the thought of this makes my mouth water.Our last stop was of course Giolitti, for gelato. We were again reminded of what makes a great gelato and not to be fooled by fake ones. What a way to end a memorial day.

We got a cab back and wondered to our newly discovered treasure, the Trevi Fountain (which was ...

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This 5 star hotel, located on Via Scandeluzza, 11, Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Roman Odyssey Tours, Stadio Olimpico, and Trionfale Market.
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