Casale Sasso

Address: Via monte Li Pozzi, 17, Cerveteri, Lazio, 00052, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via monte Li Pozzi, 17, Cerveteri, is near Necropolis, Cerveteri, and Institute of Design and Culture.
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      Sean and Frances' Wedding

      A travel blog entry by fausettj on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... with cream and choc chips.

      Dessert was wedding cake and petit fours - baby cannoli, vanilla cream w strawberries, sweet flans, fresh fruits.

      At about 11 the band started and we gather the last guests tottered to bed at about 5am.

      Breakfast was pretty slow (and late) the next morning. There was a soccer match arranged for 3pm England v Rest of World and Ireland. Rex went to watch it and counted 26 players on the field at ...

      Sad to leave, ready to be home

      A travel blog entry by mflieller on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment

      Our driver came promptly at 5:45 this morning to whisk as away to the Rome Airport. We spent our last Euros on a few final souvenirs, then said ciao to Roma! The flight to London included views of the French Riviera and Paris. The London layover had its fun moments: eating Fish 'n Chips for lunch while watching ET (without volume-- the kids were fixed on it; we need to watch it at home with them!) and buying a few British souvenirs. We sat and watched planes take off and land for ...

      Exploring Rome

      A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Aug 04, 2014

      6 photos

      ... to allow them to live and a sign like cutting the throat to finish killing somebody. Also Gladiators were freed if they lived for five years and they lived a pretty good life and were hero worshipped. The good ones were not often allowed to be killed as they were 'heroes'. The Colosseum was much larger than it is today but time, weather and people searching for housing materials have made it much smaller. Apparently the colosseum was like a kind of supermarket ...


      A travel blog entry by romagirl on Jun 18, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... to the hotel and get the umbrella! LOL We got off the boat and thought we would skip the first tourist trap and go to the city center on foot. OMG... I really need to start working out. The "uphill trail to the center was about a mile. Did I mention there were sets of stairs in between? On the final quarter mile I started talking to a gentleman in Italian who walks the trail everyday. Said he has been doing it for 60 years. He gave us some instructions on ...

      I <3 Roma!!!

      A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 19, 2013

      5 photos

      ... rode around on the bus for a whole and then got off at the Vatican. We then booked a tour on the street for $50 Euros a person and even my dad said it was worth every penny even more. We had an ammmmmazing tour guide. She took us along with 10 other people on a private tour. I was in shock on how big the Vatican really is. Apparently it’s 9 miles long and would take you at least 3 days to get through. Soooo many amazing statues and soooo ...