Park Hotel Villaferrata

Address: Via Tuscolana Km 23,000, Rome, Lazio, 00046, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Tuscolana Km 23,000, Rome, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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    Goodbye Venice, Hello Roma!

    A travel blog entry by liebling on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... residential area & decided to just walk until I came across a restaurant that I felt comfortable eating at. A few blocks from the hotel I hesitantly followed some people into a place. Page one of the menu reads: Black Truffles from Norcia ~ WHAT? No way, we went truffle hunting here back in October, this was where our culinary trip was. The waiter noticed my excitement & came to take my order, he then informed me that they did not have any ...

    Roman Forum

    A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... such as the Temple of Castor and Pollux, built to thank the sons of Zeus for a victory in battle, but later in the time of the Republic it served as a civic building used for a meeting place of the Roman senate, and even later it would house office supplies of the treasury

    The forum holds tangible history that one can walk through and appreciate the evolution of the people within the city of Rome. ...

    Storico di Roma

    A travel blog entry by shriyer on Sep 08, 2014

    ... br> Beautiful, stunning city, with so much rich history of civilization.
    Definitely the highlight of my trip in terms of the rich sight-seeing options in terms of artwork, sculptures, paintings by some of the most famous artists we've seen ever.
    Definitely not a city for night-life. I do recommend Campe De Fiori though.
    Definitely be prepared to do a lot of walking around the cobblestoned city-center, as the metropolitana is tiny compared to paris.

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    Ancient Rome

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... imagine trying to rally for a Musical Revue or two!

    One of my favourite stories we heard today relates to Rome being the starting point for so many things we do today. What I did not know is that Rome was the inventor of "photoshop". The reason that most of the heads are missing from the statues and sculptures we see in museums is because they would remove the head of the last important guy and "photoshop" in the next important guy's head. ...

    Exploring Rome

    A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 18, 2014

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    We arrived in Rome late yesterday afternoon. Initially, we planned to take a bus with a transfer from the station to our apartment, but the landlady offered us the option to have a driver meet us at the station and take us directly to the apartment. That was the best 30 Euros we had ever spent! We didn't realize that Rome's Run for the Cure was taking place in the heart of the city, resulting in closed streets, causing buses to be jammed together with long queues ...