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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    Travel Blogs from Cerveteri

    Ooooooooh Fancy Things!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 18, 2015

    15 photos

    ... and such intricate detail in the paintings which spanned literally from floor to ceiling. I personally found this far more impressive than the Sistine Chapel, then again perhaps I’m a complete philistine who knows nothing of Renaissance Art.

    Three hours in the museums later, we headed to St Peter’s Square, overlooking the actual Vatican where the Pope lives. We also noticed a huge queue of people waiting to go in St Peter’s ...

    Day 21 - History x 1000

    A travel blog entry by scottheldon on May 27, 2015

    45 photos

    ... tickets the day before so we got to use the shorter queue, not too bad. We had photos taken with a guy in a centurion costume before going in. Like just about everything I've seen in Italy so far, the Colosseum is massive! Photos just don't do it justice. The sense of antiquity is enormous. The tourist circuit is on two levels, starting on the second tier. The ancient Romans must have had strong legs, the steps are really high and steep. I ...

    We have arrived!

    A travel blog entry by saigonjovi on Apr 13, 2015

    13 comments, 61 photos

    ... the attached pictures. It's right on the Fiume Tevere River, The bridges are beautiful. We sat at a very quaint bar cafe so my honey could have a nice cold beer, we sat outside with the most beautiful views! From the there we went to Piazza Navona. it was fantastic and the fountains were just sooooo beautiful.
    Walking through all these cobble stoned streets just thrilled me in more ways than I can explain! Brian and I both agreed that we ...

    Pieta

    A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 13, 2015

    1 photo

    Michelangelo's Pieta is not only a masterpiece adored by many since its sculpting in the Renaissance, but also works as a connecting piece to two different styles and ideologies in Roman culture. The marble takes a very realistic form with its powerful detail in the carving. Creases shape Mary as she holds her dead son with wounds that still bleed. Michelangelo gives near horrifying detail to ...

    The Heartbeat of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 24, 2013

    1 photo

    ... a scoop of melon and experienced heaven on a cone! This one may have been the best - they're all so different, so hard to choose. The approach to Montepulciano is straight up the mountain on cobblestone road. All these little towns have limited access for cars. Some of it depends on the time of day, the width of the road, or seemingly who really needs to go where. You're never really sure what you can and can't get by with. Back to that rules thing. The lanes in this ...