Monday, November 30, 2015


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Our last two days in Rome were spent in Hotel D'Inghilterra.
A complete change from what our previous two nights at Rome Cavalieri had been considering location and hotel size and concept.

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Hotel D'Inghilterra in a small luxury hotel that features a great mix of antique and a twist of modern decoration and furniture, 3 minutes away from the Spanish steps.

By far my favorite part is by far how conveniently located it is, being also only few steps from Via del Corso shopping street.

Near the hotel I found some of the cutest eating/drinking spots as well.
To name a few:
Tartufi & Friends
Salotto 42
La Vi

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