Villino Gregoraci Relais

Address: Via Aurelia 383, Santa Marinella, Lazio, 58, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Aurelia 383, Santa Marinella, is near Cittavecchia (Old Quarter) and Institute of Design and Culture.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella

    Day 3 Relaxing in Rome then a drive to Soriano

    A travel blog entry by ianpve on May 17, 2015

    ... itself. Ali's painful feet, and the 32C heat, meant a slow stroll to the bridge through yet more beautiful narrow cobbled lanes. The bridge leads to the Castell Sant'Angelo but we didn't have time to go inside. At the castle end of the bridge is a terrific view of St Peter's Basilica. We stopped for a much needed cold beer and coke before going back to the hotel to check out and pick up our hire car from Fiumicino airport. We took the hotel shuttle to ...

    Giorno di Mercato

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Mar 27, 2015

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    ... and meat, but all is very seasonal. Basil isn't in season now but soon it will be prolific, so the hunt was on.We bought some of our favourite prosciutto, it is always handy to have in the fridge. We had dinner with Manuela and her husband Mauricio at Perilli's in Flaminio tonight. We met Manuela on the tram last Tuesday and very quickly struck a happy relationship and it flowed through the evening. A delightful night ...

    Arch of Constantine

    A travel blog entry by ckeeter on Jan 12, 2015

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    The arch of Constantine is a large, sculpted, three tunnel arch that is currently located next to the colosseum. The arch was built to honor Constantine I because he overcame the power of Maxentius, a Roman tyrant. Constantine was the first Christian emperor and the arch somewhat acts as political propaganda by portraying $ $ Constantine as another successful ruler in a line of ...

    A whole heap of history

    A travel blog entry by ckorwhite on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... Called into a trattoria for a pizza for lunch to rest the weary legs as we had been walking for about 5 hrs.

    Then this arvo we walked up to Galoppatioio and Piazza Napoleone, which are large park areas. The boys hired some karts and had a great time riding around.

    A delicious dinner and gelato on the way back to the apartment. Hard life, but someone has to do it.....


    A travel blog entry by sammishaw on Jul 03, 2013

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    Hi Aus, We were meant to wake up at 7 but due to delays the night before our whole day becomes delayed we got a note under our door from our tour manager saying we didn't need to get up until 8. Went down for brekkie took our time, as we were early. Headed back for the room for last minute packing and too the bus to start our day heading to ROME! Our first stop at 11:00 was to the leaning tower of Pisa. After a bit of a walk we ...