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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      Wednesday 7th January

      A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 07, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... so headed a short distance from the square for soup/pizza or panini, and something sweet before heading to our 1pm Museum and Sistine Chapel tour. A lot to take in, too much for some of us. Then we walked back to St Peter's Basilica to see inside, and incredibly, the queue to get in (which usually goes for 100 metres plus) was non-existent, so we walked straight in. Someone was looking out for us, I don't think we had a long wait in us, and it would have been a shame to ...

      Roaming Around Rome

      A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Nov 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... some amazing little alleyways with statues and frescos dating back hundreds of years. We went into lots of little churches which all had the most beautiful paintings all over the ceilings and walls. We lit candles everywhere we went. We ended up in the Trevere for lunch at a wonderful restaurant in a piazza that overlooked St Maria's and a lovely fountain with a man playing the accordion. Our lunch of gnocchi and spaghetti was incredible. We decided that ...

      Last day

      A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 29, 2014

      13 photos

      ... weather (one drizzly day in six weeks) we have met some lovely people and enjoyed what other cultures have to offer. There was lots of highlights along the way and very few disappointments, the Trevi Fountain being one, but these monuments need to be maintained for future holiday makers to enjoy. Whilst it is sad it has to end I am so excited to be heading home ...

      Ancient Rome

      A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 07, 2014

      22 photos

      We woke to the sound of the alarm meaning we were actually both asleep at the same time!! Miracle! The calm lasted about 2 minutes when I realized our tour started at 9am instead of 9:30 as I had thought. With an impressive fifteen minutes to spare (I'm telling you it was impressive just in case you don't realize it was very close to a true miracle!!), grabbed a quick breakfast and then were outside by 9:01. Ta da! My crazy hair appeared to be the ...


      A travel blog entry by mrstee on Jun 30, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... but we got there in no time at all. First observation of Rome: There are NO road rules. It's basically a free for all, and how they still have a population of living, breathing people is beyond me. APOR was located on a quiet street in a relatively non touristy area which was perfect. We were greeted by the co-owner, Daniele. He immediately sat us down to give us the lowdown on Rome, which included where to go and when, how to skip the lines without having to buy a 'skip the ...