Villino Gregoraci Relais

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

    Rome and The Vatican

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on May 30, 2014

    16 photos

    ... for a shower before heading off again to meet the rest of the group, except Bronwyn and Ian, who were doing a night tour, for one last get-together. For a change from Italian food we went to an Irish Pub and I had beef in Guinness with mash which was good because I haven't eaten much meat at all over the past three weeks. We had a good night as they have been a terrific group of travellers and we all got along really well with no ...

    Last Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... The last place we stopped was a market on the way home for tomato sauce and lunch fixings for the drive to Sorrento the next day. I wish I could bring home dinner for all of you to try! It was so good. Nick made 2 types of pasta and 2 types of sauces. We don't know if it's the ingredients, the water, or the fact that we were eating pasta in the pasta capital but it was much better than we would have made if we were at home. Maybe it was also the 2 bottles of ...

    Rome — Day 4

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 27, 2013

    ... day that Berlusconi finally gets voted out of Parliament, and there is a sit-in protest by his supporters in a central square in Rome; we imagine this is probably what held up the traffic. After a bracing walk in the not-too-strong but bitterly cold wind, we finally wind up at the front door of Catholicism's head office: the Vatican. We are told that the public queue is *very* long by about forty thousand touts trying to sell us a tour, and indeed ...

    The drunken chef and a beautiful city

    A travel blog entry by bakker-bilton on Aug 16, 2012

    ... bit underwhelming. Maybe as someone who isn’t very religious, I didn’t understand the importance of where I was. I expected it to be of far greater in size for one. None the less it was still hugely impressive and there is no way you can visit Rome without going there. Please if you do, don’t take any notice of the people trying to sell you tours outside, they are big fat liars!!!! (Lucky we didn’t do this ourselves, but many mistakenly did) As if walking ...

    Roma - Get Ready to Eat

    A travel blog entry by jamesrobert on Oct 02, 2011

    1 comment, 134 photos

    ... met Giovanni's friend Giuseppe who drove us to the place(who also happens to have the most infectious laugh I have ever heard). After a long day of travel, all Lisa wanted to do was relax so that's exactly what she did. I was too excited to be hanging with Frank and his old friends so we went out for dinner and drinks. Meals in Italy are true social events and they last a while. They are multiple courses including bread, primi piatti, secondi ...