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Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella
... was at the top of a hill on the edge of the property - you could walk up or get a ride on a golf cart. We opted for the walk, and felt very virtuous. Lovely old church and there was a full Nuptial Mass so we were there for a good hour and a quarter. Frances looked divine - her dress was very fitting and simple. The lacy bodice stopped it from being severe. The priest had a good grasp of English but looked alarmingly like The Simpsons' Mr Burns, ...
... particularly as we had a gondola behind us with a musician. The crowds are insane which may be due to the 7 cruise ships which are docked each holding around 3 - 5 thousand guests. We return to our beautiful hotel for dinner and are treated to a massive hail storm and rain. Can't wait to explore the city ...
... aperol and a twist of orange. Looks like we have some work to do over summer to perfect our version. Regardless of recipe, though, these were the ants pants. Just right to restore the flagging tourist. Spirits restored, we headed back to the Prati district for a local dinner and early bed. Dinner was nice, steak for a change, and the waiter chatty. He couldn't believe that Jo and Bronte were learning Italian. What for? He was busily learning English. 1 September ...
We picniced on a nice sandy stretch of beach followed by a liesurly stroll down the embarcadero with the locals. We got quite a few strange looks as we were the only tourists about, however, I suspect it was becuase we wore fleece jackets while most of the locals wore heavy, down-filled looking parka things. It was at least 65F. The wine and food were ...
Rome, ahh Rome. To be remembered by us as the city of sweltering heat, huge crowds and delicious gelato! We arrived at our rented apartment in the heat of the afternoon. Thank goodness we had air conditioning! We cranked it on and took a siesta before venturing across the street to get dinner. Our place was a fifteen minute walk from the central train station and a ten minute walk to the Colliseum. The woman we rented ...
Other places to stay in Santa Marinella
Lungomare G Marconi 64, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $122
Via Aurelia 164, Santa Marinella | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia 383, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia, 30, S. Marinella, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $121
Piazza Trieste 6, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $109
Lungomare G. Marconi, 23, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $94