Hotel Roma

Address: Via Torino 7, Aosta, Valle d'Aosta, 11100, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Torino 7, Aosta, is near Pila Ski Resort, Church of Saint Lorenzo, Golf Club Valle d'Aosta - Pila, and Nuovababette Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Aosta

Cervinia/Zermatt

A travel blog entry by williamgillum on Nov 23, 2014

40 photos

... and we had to go by metro across the city which was almost impossible to make. The girl was going really slow again and said we weren't going to make it, so I just split and sprinted and somehow made the train without the group, because I wasn't gonna buy another train ticket. The third time I have been out of breath in Rome from trying to catch a train. This was one of the most memorable experiences of my studying abroad experience. The Alps are incredible.
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Sun, snow and BIG mountains

A travel blog entry by sarahpadley on Nov 15, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... first snowman, but not so sure about how cold the snow was! Stew and I took advantage of Marg & Bruce being around to watch the kids and in the late afternoon we helped boost Chamonix's economy (not that they need it!). We bought new winter/snow weather clothes & snow boots for all of us. Stew also bought Mitch a pair of 6€ strap on skis. This occupied Mitch for nearly all of the Thursday and Friday until the snow had melted!! Most evenings we ...

Spain, French Provence & Alps. Just loved em!

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Oct 22, 2014

23 photos

... Staggering!

Pigs in Spain are big business, and pollo (chicken). Industrial scale factory farming appears to be favoured, with the animals spending their entire lives inside sheds. If you favor red meat you will have to search for it. As for Asian food, forget it, it’s not on their radar over here.

The other night we arranged to camp outside the gate of a campground so that we could get an early start in the morning. Camp grounds here often have a ...

The Aiguille Du Midi, Chamonix!

A travel blog entry by cfamilytravels on Jan 12, 2014

41 photos

... side, and the town of Chamonix sprawled beneath us on the other side. The second Gondola ride was better as we positioned ourselves at the front of the Gondola and made sure both the boys could see out the windows.

When we arrived it was -10 degrees Celsius and the view from the top was spectacular. It was such a crystal clear day and we could see so far into the distance that we could see Switzerland, Italy and France from the one spot. Breathtaking doesn't even come close ...

Montenvers - Mer de Glace - Mont Blanc

A travel blog entry by cfamilytravels on Jan 11, 2014

54 photos

... below us. It is the largest glacier in France at 7km long and 200m deep... AND WE WENT INSIDE IT!!

There was a small gondola which took us down closer to the glacier, but we still had to walk down 430 steps to get inside. The steps were built on top of the ice and rock and were quite wobbly at times. Heading down, we could see the marks above us on the rocks showing the height of the glacier in previous years. As ...