Hotel Parco dei Principi

Address: Via Nettunense 61/63, Anzio, Lazio, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Nettunense 61/63, Anzio, is near Palace of Domitian (Domus Flavia).
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      Travel Blogs from Anzio

      American Cemetrey & Anzio

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 23, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... 8211; not very much further on. Lovely seaside town – once again where all the Americans landed. Many boats in the harbour and restaurants along the coast. We had a nice ‘passagetta’ and a coffee before we drove home for more packing and organization. Rome tomorrow! It will be very sad to say goodbye to Toni and his lovely family. Always feel like we will come back ...

      Rome - day 4 - Monday

      A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 15, 2014

      71 photos

      ... bought two pairs for 12 euro total from a street vendor from Senegal. They seemed reasonable quality but importantly were cheap enough to lose. To conclude this part of the story, when we got back to our hotel her sunglasses were sitting on the table. The cleaner may have found them in our room. Ang also bought a skirt from a Bangladeshi street vendor for 5 euro. We know where they come from as Ang befriends them. They consider us friends as their sales patter ...

      Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

      A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jul 03, 2013

      41 photos

      ... families buried their dead outside the city walls), the warehouses where they stored goods delivered to the port via ships, the Baths of Neptune, a theater, the city square, the mill, apartment buildings, and a tavern (with intact shelves, sink, and bar area). It was way cool!

      On the way back to our apartment, we visited the Capuchin Crypts, which the kids loved and we adults found interesting. Who would have thought to take ...

      A Day In Hell

      A travel blog entry by jcleiker3 on Jun 04, 2013

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... kill the young man. Robert was hit in the hand, but not seriously wounded then. Roscoe body was buried in the WWII cemetery because his family couldn't afford to bring him home. Until today nobody has ever been to visit Roscoe. Robert was literally a coin flip away from being the one in that cemetery. He was a great young soldier with a promising life and dreams.

      After returning from such a powerful day, we decided to stroll around Rome taking ...

      A day in transit. Pisa then Rome

      A travel blog entry by diatribe101 on Jan 19, 2013

      ... fact that the tower is leaning actually adds a romanticism to this trio of buildings. Many photos later and a taxi ride back to the station to wait for the connecting train to Rome. Arrived in the rain and taxi to our accommodation. It is very interesting. Our room is one of three in an apartment, presumably other doors in our floor are the same in this building which has VERY THIN WALLS. It takes four keys to get us through doors to our rooms. We dumped our bags and headed ...