Park Hotel Villa Saraceni

Address: S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, Lazio, 00031, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, is near Appian Way and Labirinto.
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Travel Blogs from Artena

Rome for the day

A travel blog entry by lynbrownlie on Sep 24, 2015

... to get out in the end everyone else seemed to love it as they were religious and was interested, we just wanted to look and appreciate the beauty. Saw St Peters Square and then headed to the Roman Forum and the Colosseum where we walked around with our tour guide. Mum sat it out as she had a terrible migraine. We met Paulo's wife and son and headed back to the hotel. I had trouble with my iPad and thought it had blown up the night before as it would not ...

Rome Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by lmcquid on Sep 09, 2015

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... am. We took a cab to the meeting point near the metro stop at the colosseum as the directions stated, however there were two levels of the metro stop - the directions expected the lower level, but the cab dropped us at the upper level. A little confusing but we sorted it out! The tour was great; a guide who was a young archeologist and whose English was great. When we toured the colosseum in 2001 the ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by frankgue on Jul 07, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

Left Leanne in bed to get essentials from shop as we still don't have our bags.

Eventually we got going, checked out other areas of Florence, first we went to the Basilica Santa Croce, amazing inside and out, then getting more concerned decided to head back to apartment to make calls in the hope of locating our bag s. The long & short of out is we lost heaps of time and gained nothing.

Since we ...

Day 21 - History x 1000

A travel blog entry by scottheldon on May 27, 2015

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... are superb. I got some fantastic photos. There was even a seagull posing for photos at the top - I kid you not! Once my legs started to give out I made for the exit, then walked into the city proper and had lunch. After eating and having a bit of a rest, it was just a sort walk to the Pantheon. This was the first monumental building I've seen that was actually smaller than I was expecting. It sits right in the middle of a maze of tiny streets and ...

Rome: the last days

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 20, 2014

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... of Australia had finished her visit to the town so they were returning. We had another laugh. In fact we has some very amusing conversations given our equally poor language skills. Carlo took me to Subiaco. It is in the hills, and a nearby mountain is a favourite ski resort for the Romans. It is a quiet little town, unremarkable in many ways. It was originally an old Roman town but that has been lost. It was called Sublacum, based on "lake" reflecting the local lakes fed ...