Martina House

Via Lazio, 9, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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Fabriano

by sandranunes

Hi all,
Does anyone know whether there´s a Fabriano retail store in Rome? I mean a shop where they commercialize their fine arts paper. I know ther´s a Fabriano Boutique, but they only work with stationery, not fine arts.
I would appreciate any help.
Thanks,

Re: Fabriano

by mccalpin

Hmmmn, well, as you probably saw on their contact page (http://www.fabrianoboutique.com/contact.asp), there is also a "trade office" in Rome at
via G.P. da Palestrina, 48
00193 Roma
Tel 06 3211904
Fax 06 3612990
boutique@cartieremilianifabriano.com

This office also shows up in the Italian Yellow Pages under the category of "carta e cartone - produzione e commercio" (you can read that, right?).

I don't know what they meant by "trade office" - perhaps they do sell their fine arts papers there - I don't know, but you can send them an email to the address above to ask...

P.S. also note that in addition to the boutiques, they have "corners", which are small departments in other locations (like in the Museum of Paper at Caserta). Look at http://www.fabrianoboutique.com/stores.asp/GruppoNegozi/Italy and note that there a several of these locations in Rome...again, these places may carry only stationery, but it's worth asking about...

Bill

Re: Fabriano

by sandranunes

Thanks mccalpin!
Yes, I ´ve seen the address you mentioned and have already send them an email, but no answer yet. They state at the website that "Boutique Corners are sales areas set up in premises that do not belong directly to Fabriano but where you can find many of the products sold in our official boutiques." That suggests they don´t sell fine arts paper there either.
As holiday is over I hope they answer my email.
Thanks once more!

Re: Fabriano

by Manara

What you need is a shop selling 'articoli e materiali per belle arti', like
cArt&colore, in Piazza Alessandria 1. They sell Fabriano paper for fine arts in their online shop, so I expect they do also in their brick-and-mortar shop.
You can check their website www.arte-com.it

Re: Fabriano

by sandranunes

Thank you Manara!
I´ll check it :-)

Travel Tips for Rome

Romulus and Remus

by paradisedreamer

The story goes that the twin sons of Mars and the Vestal Sylvia were supposedly sent off in a basket on the River Tiber and later found and suckled by a she-wolf. Romulus went on to kill his brother and found Rome.

Tosca on the Tiber and more

by icunme

Waves in the form of music splash about the "Beach of Roma" (aka the banks of the Tevere). The Tevere's floating stage presents a constant flow of entertainment throughout the summer 2006.
Puccini's TOSCA - presented on the floating Tevere stage - all this and with the lights of Castel Sant Angelo in the background. An exhilarating sight to behold!
More photos to come as we attend events.
Tickets range from 5 Euro to 25 Euro depending on the performance.

Authentic vs. Knock-off

by karenincalifornia about Shops near Spanish Steps

Many of the major designers have shops near the Spanish Steps. Walking through those streets was like paging through Vogue. You can buy very expensive clothes and bags here at these designer shops. For those of you who have to have your custom made shirts, this is the place to come.

Or you could go over to Ponte S. Angelo (the bridge by the Castel S Angelo) and buy a knock-off for 1/20th of the price. (The shirt probably won't fit.) Depends if you have to have the real thing.

Slower less expensive alternative

by sandysmith

Other trains connects Fiumicino Airport to central Rome every 20 mins, and while it is slower than the express train, it does cost less. When you are at the airport train station, look for the train with the destination Orte or Fara Sabina. It stops at some smaller local stations on the way into Rome, but does NOT stop at Termini. Get off at the Tiburtina station to access central Rome - take Metro Line B or bus 649 or bus 492. The trip from the airport to Tiburtina station takes about 45 minutes. But for just a few euros more I think the express is less hassle, especially when you have luggage with you and your hotel (as many are) is near Termini.

I Caruso, Great Gelato in Repubblica.

by JoelArias about I Caruso

This was awesome and fresh Gelato. It was nice to see the production area in the rear of the counter table. It is a great place for dessert after eating a meal across the road at "Santo Padre." Is there really any bad gelato flavours.

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