Castello Torre In Pietra

Piazza Torrimpietra 2, Torrimpietra, Lazio, 00050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fiumicino Airport area of Torrimpietra, is near Singita.
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Travel Blogs from Torrimpietra

Travelled full circle - now back in Rome

A travel blog entry by poole on Jun 02, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

Had lunch today in Pisa and a quiet morning and a slower start than normal. Kids loved the Leaning Tower. Travel from there to Rome was not on a toll road and the quality of road was poor. Jess felt like she was bouncing on a trampoline, with her head hitting ...

May 8 and 9

A travel blog entry by kamirob on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... the floor where they kept the animals and scenery which they would change to create different scenes. Then we went Roman Forum. There are other forums but this one was the centre of all things political and religious. There are lots of temples and ruins to see. Also part of the Palatine Hill we saw , Temple of Ceasar, the Arch of Constantine and the Arch of Titus, which shows the Roman victory over Israel in 70 AD. The Romans destroyed The Temple in Jerusalem leaving one wall - ...

Ready. Set. Rome.

A travel blog entry by inloveineurope on Oct 03, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... was cramped for three people and our family of luggage, the hotel was very nice and I'd recommend it to those wanting to see the sights of Rome.

Since we spent the first few days of our European adventure in Rome, it seemed like it flew by. Jet lag didn't hit us hard but the days went by quickly as we racked up miles worth of walking each day. There were so many wonderful memories made in Rome but the highlight of the trip was our third day ...

Day 10 -11 Rome

A travel blog entry by the_tourist on Jul 11, 2012

22 photos

... but with my hands around my neck) .Anyone who's has ever dropped and smashed a glass on the floor will be surprised how far glass can travel. Fortunately we were out of the danger-zone.
I don't know what happened upstairs, but I have concluded it must have been on the fifth or sixth floor, otherwise I would not have had the time to react. If it had been on third floor someone else would be writing my obituary....

The glass panes shattered harmlessly on the ...

As soon as I move in, I gotta go out

A travel blog entry by pauly__c on Aug 31, 2011

... of American students, few locals. After bar close the five of us hung out in the piazza because people were still running around out there. There was a girl passing out fliers to come to a club and if we showed the piece of paper she gave us we got a free shot and no cover charge. We started to walk over there but then realized how far it was and decided against it.

On the walk home we looked for something to eat but nothing was open! Went to sleep thus ending day 2.