Holiday Inn Rome-Fiano

Via Milano 13, Fiano Romano, Lazio, 00065, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Milano 13, Fiano Romano, is near Via Tiberina and Torre del Grillo.
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Travel Blogs from Fiano Romano

Rome

A travel blog entry by lindasarah on Jul 02, 2014

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Another wander around Rome and some shopping. Alana and James arrived mid afternoon then out for dinner at local restaurant. Had best gelato at San Crispino near Trevi fountain. Bree and Liv stayed at a different hotel. Liv was sick on flight over so they had an early ...

Of rice and pasta

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 16, 2014

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Rome is very much a pasta town, really no risotto in restaurants which is weird as they're very keen on suppli and those are made out of 'leftover' risotto. Anyway the number of types of risotto ticket in this mini carrefour suggests Romans do cook risotto at home - even if they then deep fry the lot... Bah look at the price of finest ...

Buongiorno Roma!!!

A travel blog entry by dbats on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

It has taken us 28hrs door to door to get here – but it was worth it!


Our flight to Dubai was very good. I slept on/off for about 7 hours and Peter slept for about 5. We were delayed on our departure from Dubai for about an hour due to planes queued up on the tarmac. This leg was around 6 hours but felt longer.


We were sitting next to a couple from Perth their names are Peter and Colleen who were ...

Borghese Gallery and Appian Way/Catacombs

A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 18, 2012

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... sword blade between them, or they wouldn't be paid. Our first stop was the Catacombs of San Sebastiano (St. Sebastian, with the arrows). Ancient graffiti (which we saw) supports the theory that Peter and Paul were hidden in these catacombs at some point. The word catacomb actually comes from San Sebastiano, because it was described as "near the cave". There were miles and miles of tunnels and thousands of unnumbered graves underground. The further down ...

Gelato's and more

A travel blog entry by trivalera on Jun 06, 2012

... in. It was a hot day and I was ready to do my summer shopping. I realized I need to buy some summer clothes because Argentina was quite cold. Rome is known for its fashion and I couldn't wait ...