Hotel Fiorenza

Address: Via dei Mille, 64, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

In rome

A travel blog entry by ppdz on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... wait to go through customs. Finally collected our luggage and went to meet our driver. Thankfully Giovanna waited for us and she took us to the hotel. Hotel is quite nice a little over the top. Huge balcony and the view was lovely. Weather is quite mild. Went to dinner and tried to communicate what we wanted, was entertaining! Waiters are very cute! Just started to watch TV, 100 channels and not one in ...

Caprese salad...thanks I'll have another!

A travel blog entry by jrt6978 on May 24, 2014

11 photos

... was a large area full of eateries, street performers, and of course a few more shops. It was a great place to sit in the shade to relax for a bit and sit in the shade to cool down. It also gave students the chance to write out some postcards and get those sent back to their loved ones. This Piazza was amazing and just so full of so many different things! Felt like I could have been down there all day hanging out and taking in ...

Assisi and Roma - It was intense.

A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 12, 2014

4 photos

... reason. I can’t go anywhere and my phone is dying. I will get there, but I will be a while." Oh no.

An hour later and no Doug, I watch a movie. Another hour later and no Doug and I decided to call the Hertz office at the Terminal to find out if he made it there yet. I found the website and found out they close on Saturdays at 6:00 pm. OH NO.

…(doug takes over) Written on April 13 (a day later)

My apologies, devout blog readers for the failure of ...

Hard to See When It's Raining

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Dec 30, 2013

51 photos

Today was a rather rainy day for what was of necessity an outdoor day (being Monday, the museums are closed and having the Roma Pass, we didn't want to simply hop from (free) church to (free) church). This meant that the umbrella hawkers were out in force. The crowds around the Colosseum were bad enough, but the addition of these salesmen (they were ...

Days in Roma

A travel blog entry by traveldestinee on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... that was still baking bread when Mt. Vesuvius exploded, a wealthy person's villa, and much much more. We saw the cement casings that showed the positions people were left in. We also saw the origins of sidewalks. We didn't get too close to Mt. Vesuvius but we did get to see it from afar. After that they took us to Naples so we could try the best pizza in all of Italy. It really was the best pizza, the dough was my favorite and the pizza (like my calzone) was huge and I ate ...