HILLARY HOTEL

Address: APPIA NORD 00 NR 212, Rome, Lazio, 49, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on APPIA NORD 00 NR 212, Rome, is near Appian Way, Castel Gandolfo, Fontana del Papa, and Genzano.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Airplane North to the Enchanted City

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 27, 2014

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... Gosh what a meal, with a little bread, diet coke and water with gas the bill was 100 euros, and worth every euro cent.

We walked up Via del Corso, the Park Avenue of Rome and the rain started a bit hard. We visited in two church, of which one was in the middle of Mass. It was working on 9 pm so we walked to the Piazza di Spagna, the Spanish Steps, got back on the Metro and head back to the apartment. It was a long day but a good one. ...

Walking city

A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Sep 09, 2014

... sunset was cloudy. glad I didn't walk those Spanish Steps again. Working on the laptop, but not going to try pictures yet. It takes 15 minutes for it to boot and clear cr..
Wed, Sept 10-Tour with Sara started at 9:45.She was born in Rome, Graduated University in Art History, worked as tour guide in Florence, didn't like it. Moved back home and works like a crazy lady sharing her wealth of info. What a delight! Ist the ...

Vatican City and St. Peter's Square

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 09, 2014

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... times for the hordes of tourists who visit the basilica and museum each day.

After leaving the apartment, we made a small detour to visit the Mercato Trionfale, a large indoor market full of produce, meat, fish, and other edibles. By the time we arrived, however, most of the vendors were closing for the day, so we headed for the Vatican. The closer we came to the massive wall which encircles Vatican City, the density of street hawkers ...

Assisi and Roma - It was intense.

A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 12, 2014

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... I had only my sense of direction to rely on.

Eventually, I found my way to St. Peter’s – driving by nearly all the main sites in Rome on the way. Coincidentally, I think the only attraction I didn’t get to see was the Colosseum on my side trip. I saw a bunch of stuff that I’m still looking up and trying to trace my path of exactly where I went around Rome. That would make for an interesting zigzag pattern.

Once at San Pietro, I found my way ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by jbrodbeck on Dec 10, 2013

We went on a tour of the colloseum with an audio guide to get information about the history. Very interesting but shows how we value things differently over time as when the games lost its appeal they started to pull it apart to use the stones, marble and trappings on other buildings. Like fashion though, if you hang onto it long enough it comes back into vogue.

Went for for a long walk then to get ...