Hotel Stromboli

Via Marsala 34, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $69.00

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Pizza, Pasta, Gelato & Ancient Buildings

A travel blog entry by pam_steve


... a creamy pistachio pesto sauce with fresh tomatoes’ and ‘a spicy tomato sauce with parmesan cheese.’ For any of you that know Steve well, you know how much he loves parmesan. This is our kind of restaurant. La Carbonara is 104 years old, and doing it very well. If you ever visit Rome and you do not come to this restaurant, you are dead to us. Not really. But it would be a huge mistake. So do it. By the time we finished feasting the sun had ...

Trevi Fountain in the Morning!

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee


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I walked down Via della Trinita dei Monti towards the Pincio garden, part of Villa Borghese. This is part of the same park that I walked to from the first hotel I stayed at here in Rome, but the park is so big that I’m nowhere near that hotel today. It was beautiful! And so amazing to suddenly be away from the traffic and busyness from below—ha! Along the leafy pathways are numerous stone busts of famous Italians; I walked ...


A travel blog entry by kmiller5


I started off dehydrated and sick but had to tough through. I have also imagined my time in Rome and fantasied of galati and the coliseum and so this feels so unreal. I love it here but wish I could fully enjoy if with my friends and family. This is why I ...

A lazy day in Roma...

A travel blog entry by luc.larocque


Friday, May 3rd 2013

First things first: congratulations to Julie and Mathieu for their newborn, Théo. We are all so proud of the new family addition. May mother and child be well and healthy! While Julie worked hard at delivering a baby, we opted to sleep in...

Grand-maman, Lucie and Élisa left our apartment at 5:00 AM this morning. After we saw them off, we went back ...

Roming in Rome :)

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy


... building is also the home of the unknown solider, so is guarded 24/7.

We visited most of the squares here which almost all had fountains or some kind of grand statue. The squares we visited were, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona and Piazza del Popolo.
Piazza Navona was filled with Christmas markets, so we spent a bit of time here, mostly eating treats! Piazza di Spagna is the square where the Spanish steps are located. These are the widest steps in Europe!

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