Villa Finzi B&B

Colle S. Agapito 5, Palestrina, Lazio, 00036, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Colle S. Agapito 5, Palestrina, is near Caffè Letterario, Circolo del Golf di Roma, and Labirinto.
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    Travel Blogs from Palestrina

    Home bound - challenging to say the least

    A travel blog entry by kdhreid on Mar 16, 2013

    ... things would of been very difficult.once I got her through, air Canada said they would accept the ID we had for her. Just as we were about to board, 30min, she gets called on the PA to go to a information desk. They found the passport! Yeah! But it's back through the passport check, security, and at the Lufthansa lost and found desk. Do we have enough time? So off Averi and I went. Speed walking and smooth talking through the backwards process, ...

    Travel day- Cinque Terre & Nice

    A travel blog entry by kdhreid on Mar 14, 2013

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    ... it's was suppose to be 'steamed mussels' but they wrote 'mussels to the vapor.' We Made two stops along the train, Vernazz and Riomaggiore. Hope on the bus for another three hours of scenic coastline driving. Check the picture of Monaco as we entered the city...rich rich rich! Checked into our hotel and walked to our restaurant through Nice. Free time and bed. Monaco in the morning and Nice in the ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by kdhreid on Mar 13, 2013

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    ... called, Rome by night. The major highlights included the pantheon, Trevi fountain, and the Spanish steps. At each of the spots, we received brief 'free time' where we could explore, shop, and find some gelato (super good when absorbing the scenery while eating cioccolato with a spoon made for a hamster). We hopped on our bus to swoosh by some lit up landmarks. We got back to the hotel at 11:30pm and everyone went straight to bed from a very exhausting day. Off to Florence ...

    Ancient Roads and Bones

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 14, 2012

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    ... artifacts from various Capuchin places and times.
    Finishing in the museum, we enter the crypts, which were the reason we came here. The bones were brought here from other places and there is no definitive history on which monk accomplished the task of getting permission for and arranging the bones in the several chapels here. There are over 3700 bones used in the displays. It is fascinating and weird at the same time. Many of the patterns use the same type of ...

    Rome - Michael

    A travel blog entry by jakekorinko on May 24, 2012

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    ... 8217;t like attaching too many pictures, and other than Tom on the first night there weren’t many great stories from Rome. Although, I did meet a British guy at the hostel named Andy who had a hilarious sense of humor, which just means that he was loud and sarcastic like me, but with a British accent. Anyway, that was Rome. I was not a huge fan, sure the sights were everything they’re chalked up to be, but I’ve never been big on JUST ...