Mancini Park Hotel

Address: Via Di Valleranello 67, Rome, Lazio, 00128, Italy | 4 star hotel
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    Devastazione - Trevi Fountain under construction

    A travel blog entry by lmules on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... s been relatively easy to order food without using English, and understanding prices and things too. I had some idiot dressed in a legionary costume yell out "hey Barbie, where you from?" after I said no to paying for a photo with him, and I think he was genuinely surprised when I responded in Italian (or maybe he was being sarcastic... It's hard to tell).

    Somerhing that hat has been cracking me up, is that the same guy selling roses ...

    Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... fingers intact after hesitantly inserting my hand (oh and Gen, Stephs hand is fine too, but we already knew it would be). Our patients will also be happy to know our hands are intact! We finished our day at the capitoline museums with a short walk around the corner to baffeto - the best rated pizza in Rome. We got their just as it opened - and luckily too, as after an hour there was a line 50m long. A fun way to finish a really nice day in Rome. Our second last day we visited ...

    From St. Francis to the Colosseum!

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... hill towns and flocks of grazing sheep. What I would give to be able to retire here! I did not know what to expect from Assisi, so I was awestruck as the beautiful, old town came into view ...dominated by the massive Basilica of St. Francis. We unloaded and walked through the medieval gate, through narrow, winding streets until we got to the main square with its little shops and fountains. We split up for lunch, grabbed a quick bite and headed to the fortress at the top of the ...

    Our Roman Adventure

    A travel blog entry by blackivers on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... experience...!

    So tomorrow is another jam-packed day and hopefully the weather will stay nice for us. I've decided to send a package home as I'm about 10kgs over weight and at $60USD a kilo for excess that would be too ridiculous!! So hopefully I can find a post office early tomorrow morning before we head off for the day!!!

    On that note I'll sign off now...till tomorrow :)
    Ciao
    K&P

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    Gladiatoooor!!

    A travel blog entry by katstevenson on Jul 10, 2013

    ... City was pretty spectacular to see. We got walkie-talkie ear piece things to listen to our tour guide as she lead us through. It was a pity she was a really boring your guide and he had a very thick accent. Most people ended not listening to her at all. To get into the Sistine Chapel we had to have our elbows and knees covered. So no short shorts today. Walking into the Sistine Chapel was pretty cool, I definitely expected it to be bigger. Especially ...