Leonardi Fiamma Hotel

Via Gaeta 61, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $76.00
 

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Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty

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... new name was Dr. Martino) so we could make it to Tindari. Here we could see some pretty gardens, a great church, Greek baths (seems Sicily has a lot of Greek stuff) and a really cool beach called Laghetti di Marinello 23 deg in the sun was great but not for swimming, so we 'strolled' around for the afternoon and evening after yet again another big and delicious lunch (except Steph). Luckily Steph's appetite bounced back and by late that night we sampled some local focaccia like ...

Repacking our lives back into 20kgs!!

A travel blog entry by blackivers

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... we can hit the Vatican shops for that something special :)

After tomorrow's breakfast there'll be no more three course breakfast when we get home...this is to fuel up for the day we tell ourselves...no more being waited on hand and foot for dinner...no more wearing clothes that could replace insect repellent...no more vino with our daily lunches...and definitely no more cheese and crusty bread!!

On the upside we're ...

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears....

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys

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... Our landlady had lent us a book that had flip pages about the ruins - how they used to look and how they look now. Caleb and Aiden had a great time figuring out which ruins we were looking at and sharing the book with us so we could see what they looked like in their prime. We found a beautiful green space that we walked around and enjoyed having discovered that central Rome is sorely lacking in parks and green ...

Veni, Vidi, Vici!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh

2
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... Ethan was incredibly disappointed when we couldn't find a slab of marble called Lapis *****, which is the oldest known relic in the Forum. It was covered and further excavation was going on in the area. It was fun to see everyone so enthralled by the Arch of Titus; the Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina, whose temple door stands quite a distance for the Forum's ground level; and the spot where Mark Antony burned Julius ...

I Guess that Depends on Where You are Sitting

A travel blog entry by mediterranean12

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... with the large forces that have shaped my life. The further out I zoom from me in my seat the more I see how little I have to be proud of. At birth I was plopped on a ship. I got lucky and my ship is pretty nice. I can decide if I want to go to the buffet or dine at the sit down restaurants. The choices I make matter. Learning how to negotiate the choices I have infront of me is the purpose of my life. But ...

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