Santa Severa

Address: Via Aurelia 198, Santa Severa, Lazio, 00050, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Fiumicino Airport area of Santa Severa, is near Institute of Design and Culture.
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Rome!!!

A travel blog entry by ezroller on Jun 24, 2015

It was a long, excruciatingly painful wait to begin my journey. School ended and I was packed and ready to go for days ahead of time. I arrived at the airport several hours early because a colleague of mine was leaving on the same day. Then there was a ten hour layover in Istanbul...at the smaller airport where there is literally nothing to do (although it's still better than Calgary). Needless to say, when I arrived in Rome I was exhausted from a lack of sleep. ...

Racking up the kms

A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on May 25, 2015

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Today I needed to post something. My experience in Greece had taught me to take the ticket and wait for my number. What I wasn't prepared for what staff that spoke no English and would not sell me packaging for my package. So I had to go to a tabacchi, buy a post bag and then go back to the post office to send it. And it cost €52!!!! Ridiculous. I needed to do it though so I hope it makes ...

ARRIVEDERCI ROMA

A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 20, 2015

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... we'd been through the extensive Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem [Yad Vashem], somehow this one felt more intimate and poignant. It made mention also of the Italian Jews who were deported.

Cafe Antico Castellino was on the square right by the monument. It was quite crowded, but we managed to find a seat for all of us for lunch. I had a yummy toasted heese and ham foccacia, plus the ice cream from Pam's fruit salad - lemon and strawberry.

Victor Emannuel ...

Constantine's Arch

A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 10, 2015

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The arch of Constantine had no real purpose. Often times, arches are meant for support. They evenly distribute the weight and are architecturally sound. This arch however, is not holding anything up. It is there merely to commemorate Constantine as a ruler. Most of the sculptures on the arch are actually over people, stolen from works commemorating them. These works came long before Constantine so they were probably placed on his arch to show some of the history of Rome and also just ...

Ciao & au revoir. We had a blast!!

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 25, 2013

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... just in case it was DVT (having ruled out food poisoning). The San ER was virtually empty. He was put on a drip and by 8:30am had kept some breakfast down. The blood tests came back with no indication of clots, so he came home at 10:30am. I came home at 4:30am to try and sleep and went back at 7am. Not in our plans at all, especially as we hadn't suffered jetlag at all & slept well through Saturday night. Arriving on a flight late afternoon is certainly the ideal way.
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