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

      All roads lead to Rome

      A travel blog entry by candwtakeeurope on Jan 08, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... of a buttery waterfall leather jacket were not realised. Feeling defeated by Florence and its 8 litres of cocktails, we left to head to our most southern destination. All roads lead to Rome. (What a pun!) After sleeping for the entirety of the bus trip to Rome, we arrived. Our hotel was the best of the trip, it was large and plush. We freshened up, which judging by my reflection, this was much needed. We headed out on a walking tour of ...

      Rome

      A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 07, 2014

      5 photos

      ... There are no bones here now, apart from a couple in sarcoghogae and they are almost "dust to dust." These catacombs are famous because they have held the bodies of at least 8 popes and a number of martyrs. Sorry no photos of the catacombs because you weren't allowed to take pictures. We felt we were pretty brave getting there as we had to master both the metro, which was easy, and a local bus, which was not. From Callixtus we came ...

      You think Sunday is big at your church....

      A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 05, 2014

      You should see the Vatican. Yup, that's right, Chelsea and I went and stood in St Peters square and listened to the Pope give prayer. It was incredible. I didn't understand a word because it was in Italian, but the feeling emanating from the thousands of people around us was enough to get the gist. There were people crying, people laughing, people clapping, people cheering. It was powerful. Because it was a Sunday, ...

      Day 7: Rome

      A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 19, 2014

      18 photos

      We enjoyed another high speed train ride (at times we were going 240 km/hr) as we ventured to Rome! During the train ride, I realized I didn't keep you all in the loop on one fun detail! Italians cannot say my maiden name (all our reservations are made under Kirk)! The following letters do not exist in the Italian alphabet, so we often hear something like "keey- irk": J,K,W,X,Y We've instead resorted to using only mom's name in Italian (Luisa) for any additional reservations! Also, we ...

      St Peters the inside story

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 18, 2014

      3 photos

      ... of Piazza San Pietro used to be at the center of the circus. It was moved to its current location in 1586 and remains here as a “witness” to Peter’s martyrdom. Peter famously requested to be crucified upside down, since he thought he didn’t deserve dying in the same manner as Jesus. Traditionally, it is believed that his body was buried just outside the circus, where a Roman cemetery stood. His grave is said to have been ...