Hotel La Giocca

Address: Salaria 1223, Rome, Lazio, 00138, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tor San Giovanni area of Rome, is near Catacombe di Priscilla, Villa Ada, St. Agnes Outside the Walls, and Via Salaria.
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    A day around central Rome

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 03, 2015

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    ... and mince mix or just a tomato base or in fact something for feeding their pets, hence the need for urgent consultation. We wouldn't have lived it down if we had got it wrong (although we all may have had good coats and wet noses!) It was thankfully a mix for human consumption so for about 10 euro ($15) we had a lovely spag bol for 6 for tea that night. After dinner we walked across the road to the ...

    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... looked at our passports (for like 3 seconds) and then waved us through - the most easiest border crossing ever!!!! Hahaha I had booked a transfer through our hotel so our guy was ready and waiting for us. We were travelling in style - a brand new Mercedes V8 sedan! Nice - the guy drove like a maniac but we got to our hotel 1 piece thankfully :-). Our hotel it pretty awesome actually...we were upgraded to a suite room ...

    Days 10 - 12 - When in Rome ....

    A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 07, 2014

    22 photos

    ... amazing. Michelangelo's paintings on it's ceiling made the wait and the crowds all worth it. They don't allow pictures inside but the place was packed. The guards usher you in and you can congregate in the center, with a million other people, to study the art. I've read that you can purchase a private viewing of the Chapel and unless it's cost prohibitive, I think that would be the way to see it.

    St. Peter's was the most impressive cathedral ...

    Rome - The Foundation of the West

    A travel blog entry by socratesnutt on Jun 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... of man to behold. People killed for entertainment, the barbarous nature of humans back then, are we still capable of it? You can answer that yourself. We then decided that a Bacardi Breezer and a rest of our feet was necessary so we headed to the Spanish steps and the large park up on the hill behind it. We soaked in the late afternoon rays and got another great biew of another city, I swear we always end up climbing up the toughest, steepest part of every city (totally worth it ...

    From Bend to Rome and finally Napoli

    A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 02, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... view is of the middle of the country to the south, all so different from the sophisticated and stylistic north. From a culinary metaphor, I would say the north is the perfectly grilled medium rare steak to the south's beef tartar, raw, red and bloody with strong aroma of onions and capers. It is the Barolos and Chiantis of Tuscany to the raunchy and ice cold Limoncellos of Sorrento. The sweet modulated voice of Bocelli to the guttural genius of ...