Hotel Villa Pinciana

Address: Via Abruzzi, 11, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria della Vittoria, Via Veneto, Villa Malta o delle Rose, and La Cantinola.
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    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... and a even larger monument. Like I said, something around every corner. We did go to Trevi fountain, but unfortunately it is under construction, so mostly you just see an empty fountain covered in a lot of scaffolding. I thfew in a penny anyways. The Spanish steps were also beautiful, and because of the gorgeous weather we had, people are sunbathing and lying out across the steps. Flowers in full bloom. For dinner we tried our hand at am Italiuan restaurant. I was ...

    Palazzo Colonna - Exquisite!

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Dec 06, 2014

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    Well Craig snored last night – but I am not counting!! After skyping Alexander and the very kind Peter Harvey we set out for today around 11 am. Peter kindly did LOTS of organizing for us and we now have an extra air conditioner on our middle level in Cardwell Street. So this is a public thank you for all the work you have done for us Harves. Last week we watched the Audrey Hepburn/Gregory Peck movie ROMAN HOLIDAY. Following ...

    Day 14 - Driving and Biking in Rome

    A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... of Rome, what a nightmare beginning! I have NEVER seen people drive like they do in Rome, guess I will not complain about DFW traffic anymore! Like Bear said, circle, after circle, after circle! The worst part was the last stop we made at the rental place. He wasn't supposed to park there because he parked where the buses were suppose to park, so I was afraid so,done would come to tell me to move, and since it was a stick shift, there was no way ...

    A Trip to the Seaside via Ancient Rome's Port

    A travel blog entry by pfkahney on Jun 02, 2014

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    The beautifully preserved ruins of Ostia lie twenty miles from Rome, in the meadows between the Tiber River and the Tyrrhenian Sea. It was founded, probably in the 4th century BC, as a military colony to guard the river mouth against seaborne invasions. Later, during the centuries when virtually all imports reached the Capital via the Tiber, Ostia gained prominence as the domestic landing for cargo boats. By the 2nd century AD, it ...

    All roads lead to Rome

    A travel blog entry by nabeards on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... Rome, a high speed rail that travels 250 km/hr (about 150 MPH). We travel through the country, alternating between countrysides, towns, and tunnels through mountains. We see beauty in many places, but also a good amount of run down, "wrong side of the tracks" vistas. Graffiti is quite commonplace in the urban areas, so much so that it seems to be one continuous piece of art in many places. But the vineyards and country homes we pass are ...