Club Kotobuki

Address: Via Monte l'Abate, 1, Castel San Pietro Romano, Lazio, 00030, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via Monte l'Abate, 1, Castel San Pietro Romano, is near Caffè Letterario, Circolo del Golf di Roma, and Labirinto.
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    Travel Blogs from Castel San Pietro Romano

    The Vatican

    A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jul 10, 2015

    ... everyone on and demanding " silenzio!" A priest said a prayer and offered to be available for confession; not many takers! St Peters Basilica just mind blowing! So huge so rich so magnificent that it was almost too much to take in! Saw the body of John Paul 11. Weird! Then a very badly arranged stop outside the square in the heat with no seats etc! Grrr! A rest before the tour of the Forum Area. Once again fascinating with the age of the ruins and the huge job ...

    Flight Freak Out

    A travel blog entry by where.is.sarah on May 12, 2015

    ... I was standing next to some American guys who were panicking because they didn't realise they had to get their passport stamped somewhere else before checking in their luggage, so they ran off. I wasn't sure if I had to because I have a European passport but wrote my nationality as Australian. The Americans ran back and cut in another line which was also urgent but empty, one of them yelled to me that I could drop my bags at that desk so ...

    BELLA ROMA

    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 19, 2015

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    ... 70,000. Can you imagine the noise?!
    The construction of the Coliseum began around AD70 - 72. For a few hundred years it was used for mass entertainment. It is the largest amphitheatre in the world. Like any famous 'oval' around
    the world it had it shops and food stalls for the spectators, and today it houses a bookshop. It was also thought to have had drinking fountains, and toilets.

    Below where the floor would have been, you can ...

    St. Peter's

    A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 13, 2015

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    ... and artists of the time contributed to St. Peter’s. It was built to show a symbol of mankind’s appreciation to God. It is the mother church to Christianity. Not only does St. Peter’s Basilica hold some of the greatest treasures from some of the greatest minds of the Renaissance, but it is credited to have expanded the influence of Christianity. ...

    Last Day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by mflieller on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... When we got back and read through a friend's suggestions on where to go, we realized that we had kneeled before a relic of the manger. Very cool. Then we ventured over to the Capuchin Crypt and Museum. This was a wonderful museum, as it was air conditioned, unlike so many museums here, but it was also very interesting to learn about the Capuchins, a sect of the Franciscans, and their many saints, good works and relics. The last four portions of the museum were four rooms ...