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

    Rome!!!

    A travel blog entry by ezroller on Jun 24, 2015

    ... in the valley which lies in the middle all the impressive buildings stood. The valley is only the length of a football field or two. At the back sat the oldest temples and the Senate house, while at the entrance sits a giant arch that commemorated the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Just outside the entrance sat the colosseum. On top of the hill on the south side there were enormous palaces where Octavius Caesar Augustus was born and where the ruling ...

    Cruise - Day Three - At Sea

    A travel blog entry by dandgklein on May 23, 2015

    Today was a day filled with shipboard activities. We are at sea all day and evening and port tomorrow morning in Piraeus, Greece, just outside Athens. The shops on board are limited compared to many of the cruise ships we have been on during our travels, but the other activities are plenty.

    The specialty restaurants are lovely so we are going to enjoy an evening at the Tuscan Grill restaurant with Andy and Ilisa - tonight is the first night to get dressed up and enjoy ...

    Drinking it all in

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 12, 2015

    ... Can no-one appreciate a great and sacred work of art in silence?

    The other exciting thing about the Vatican was that I got to see the tomb of Saint John Paul the Second and pray there. That was the most special experience of the day. I think I relate to that pope as he had an understanding of people and a love for acting which, I also, hold dear to me. John Paul and I actually have something in common.
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    BELLA ROMA

    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 19, 2015

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    I went to breakfast by myself - it was a bit cloudy, and there were no birds yet, nor family.
    In big pots outside the windows, cyclamen were flowering, and it reminded me of the little lilac growing wild all over Israel. Rome's winding, narrow streets are paved with cobblestones. It makes Rome quite unique in our experience. Or Rome could be called 'the city of shutters'.
    They are prolific and are like an artist's palette - the juxtaposition ...

    Getting settled

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jan 11, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... between Roma and Lazio. This regular game was held at Stadio Olimpico near our apartment and police and helicopters were everywhere for crowd control. Meg couldn't wait to get into the cucina, Pasta e Fagioli and Bollito were on the menu. Our wine shop supplies good cheap wine and we are deciding which are our favourites. We are still trying to catch up with ourselves so an early night is called ...