Portrait Roma

Address: Via Bocca di Leone, 23, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Condotti, Caffe Greco, Barcaccia Fountain, and Keats-Shelley House.
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    A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 16, 2014

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    ... manicured garden full of statues and fountains and paths everywhere, passing little grottos full of ferns and cherubs and other beautiful carvings. About half way down the hill my feet had run out of energy and blisters were starting to form, so I left Karen to run around with the camera and see what was way down the bottom. We eventually made our way up to the top again and caught a bus back to town to find our way to the Vatican.

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    ... tree hugging woodstock hippie. I began to think about some literary heroes of mine who like Davide had been inclined to the far left in their younger years. One of them in particular flew to Cuba to witness first hand its gradual nationalisation in the sixties with a sense of pride and ownership in what was being accomplished. But he become steadily disillusioned by the uneven distribution in wealth, botched bureaucracy, mismanaged system of justice and corruption in ...

    We go Shopping in Dubai and the Desert.

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    ... it being the fastest creatures in the world, it mates for life, and how large they grow, for such a remarkable bird, there not very big. We then drove to the Desert Camp where we were welcomed by washing our hands with orange water and given fresh dates and coffee. Then we went out the back of the camp, Camels and there handlers were waiting for us, we are shown how to ride the Camels, the handlers helped us on to the Camels for a ride which was really great, it was ...