Park Hotel Villa Saraceni

Address: S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, Lazio, 00031, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on S.S. 215 Tuscolana, Artena, is near Appian Way and Labirinto.
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Travel Blogs from Artena

DAY 115 ANOTHER DAY IN ROMA ... MY FAV CITY

A travel blog entry by juliebell on Jun 02, 2015

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... as they try to casually collect items of food for the train trip ...so funny !! Finally a small gathering and eventually the tickets are done ...so its off to explore Roma Trevi fountain top of the list ...will we train...bus... Tram...two many to decide ,,..ok let's bus ..what number ..where to get tickets ..who's paying?? Where ?? No lets just jump on and go ..so we do ..but we still had to walk miles ..Maria has a sore leg and cruises ...

Day 19 A rough night

A travel blog entry by janetjoyjohnson on May 07, 2015

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... I expect we may have not ended up being at the right place at the right time and seen Pope Francesco. This however delayed our heading for tickets as we had decided to take the chance and join the queue by being early saving heaps on tickets by planning to pay only €16 each. We finally opted for a skip the line deal for €27.50 each. While waiting at the meeting point for our group to set off Garry grabbed a Panini and I ate the tomatoes and a bulk I the ...

Hilltop towns of Basilicata

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 21, 2015

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... town of Matera is the oldest continuously occupied town since the paleolithic times, in the world, and it is a UNESCO town which means they are giving some money towards its preservation, with much thanks to a fantastic supply of marble and tufa, it's everywhere. Matera is also the setting for many movies, "The Passion of Christ" was filmed there, and they are currently filming a remake of "Ben Hur", the town lends itself to these ancient ...

Sunday 4th January

A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 04, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... of googling last night could not find me an answer to the question, "is the Pope in Rome this week?). Well he is. And at 11:50 the upstairs window, second from the left opened and a red velvet cloth was rolled out (to cheers and clapping from the people). Ten minutes later the Pope appeared, in real life, waving and smiling (thanks to the big screens - not close enough to see the smiles live!), but I could have guessed he was smiling, I really ...

Roma wasn't built in a day

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on May 20, 2014

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... De Fiori, this is where the locals tend to shop for their fruit, veggies, herbs etc. We arrived around closing time but still way out of control. We then just walked and walked and walked, past the biggest national gallery you will ever see, the structure is completely made up of marble. Finally in the home straight we make it home for some well earned beverages along with Parma hams and an array of cheeses. Only the lads venture out for dinner as the girls are ...