Castello Orsini Hotel

Address: Via Aldo Bigelli, Nerola, Province of Rome, Lazio, 00017, Italy | 5 star castle
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This 5 star castle is located on Via Aldo Bigelli, Nerola.
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    The Vatican

    A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jul 10, 2015

    A special day. Great to have special entry and avoid waiting lines. Up to 37000 visitors a day! Security big! Clothes check! Roman forum 800BC. A huge day in Rome in 35deg heat! Morning visit to the Vatican museums with fantastic treasures some so old from 3/4 centuries ago priceless art work famous sculptures! Through to the Sistine Chapel with very informative info from our Roman guide Marco! Smaller than I expected but so beautiful. Vatican guards very stern ...

    Flight Freak Out

    A travel blog entry by on May 12, 2015

    ... platform 1 so this must be it. I had a bad feeling though and as we approached the next station no one that got on had any luggage. I asked a man that just boarded if the train was going to the airport and he said "no, definately not" so I flung my big pack over one shoulder and literally ran down the stairs and pretty much threw myself off the train. I found someone with a suitcase and he told me one would be past in 20 minutes. Half an ...

    Giorno di Mercato

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Mar 27, 2015

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    Being Friday, and as all good Catholic's know, Friday is fish day, so off to Trionfale we went. Unlike France where presentation is everything, the market in Rome is a little different, it is all in foam boxes with loads of ice, just hoping for a quick turnover, it is beautifully fresh and ready to eat. The markets are an experience to behold here, they sell everything from pots and pans to knitting materials ...


    A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... front. When you enter, you are surprised by the enormity of the dome, a design never seen before. The dome was representative of roman architecture while the front was representative of Greek architecture. The architecture of this building is still astounding to this day and gives a glimpse into Roman worship as it grew. They moved away from the stoic temples no one could enter into a more holistic version where many people could come and ...


    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... out for taking photos just seconds after I'd snapped mine - winner. My general advice for Rome would probably be to NOT do what I did and get horrendously drunk every night so that you have to fit everything in one day. The Colosseum deserves a good hour or two to admire which is fine, but the Vatican will kill you - the tour is 3 hours long, 4 on a busy day (like mine, unfortunately - they get up to 30,000 visitors a day! No wonder it's on the rich list ...