Farnesina Hotel

Via della Farnesina 23, Rome, Lazio, 00194, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Cooking Class 1

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz

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Our school offers cooking classes through a company at discounted rates. The classes take place with "Cooking classes in Rome" (original, I know) and cost 20 euro compared to the usual 75 euro that they would charge for a normal class. I thought that this would be a great way to learn some real Italian cuisine since I've come to realize the US has got it all wrong. There is no such thing as Alfredo sauce, they would never intentionally dip bread in oil, and spaghetti DOES ...

Best Waiter EVER!!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... 8221; Well alrighty then. We finally found an ATM near the Spanish Steps. REJECTED AGAIN! Now it is beginning to rain and John and I are about to have a melt down with Wells Fargo. Calling again from the street in the pouring rain -- “Oh, yes that is frustrating but I see your limit was increased.” John went ballistic on the poor girl who took our call. Where the hell are the ATM’s? ...

Flights

A travel blog entry by alexproc

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... to go. But it was okay because the Doctor was there. Well his TARDIS was at least, in the middle of the airport at 5am. And I am fairly sure I was the only person flailing around. I made my way through customs and had a brief look through the duty free area before boarding my plane to Rome. My final flight was pleasant and two and a half hours later I had landed. But my luggage had not... AND NEITHER HAD DUFF! So after waiting in line and explains the ...

Day 1 in Rome

A travel blog entry by kezza12

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... Rome and made our way by small coach to Hadrian's Villa. I knew nothing about Hadrian, or his Villa, but Rebecca was a passionate fan, and her commentary on the way had me falling for him too. Hadrian was Emperor of Rome and was an incredible man with a lot of foresight into the future. at the age of 24 he was in an arranged marriage with Sabina, who was 14. He never loved Sabina though, as he was not attracted to women, and instead the love of his life was an Greek ...

Roma

A travel blog entry by clarkyreno

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... tid bits of the sisteen. Again, a must see on the good ol bucket list After the Vatican we high tailed it back to the train station to grab our bags and hopped a train to civetevechia to board our cruise to Barcelona. Over all, even though Rome was so much sightseeing in such a little time, it left a huge impression on me. So much history, and so many wow moments, it was hard to count. I loved it. I will def be back to Rome to experience it on a much grander scale, but this was so ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near Foro Italico, Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, and Bastia.
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