Agriturismo Santo Pietro di Coltodino

Address: Santo Pietro di Coltodino, Rieti, Lazio, 02030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Santo Pietro di Coltodino, Rieti.
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        Travel Blogs from Rieti

        Day 9 Florence to Rome

        A travel blog entry by victoriatravels on Jul 11, 2015

        ... br> back to the first one. We sat outside, which I forgot about the extra price you
        pay for sitting outside (10 euros) but they have fans with water in them to
        spray out a mist. A man was playing a saxophone as well. So a big group of us
        were sitting outside with some music playing, a glass of champs in our hand and
        toasting to a real Italian dinner. It was beautiful there with the apartments
        above us with little window boxes with ...

        The Vatican - a City so impressive

        A travel blog entry by levy2013 on Jun 03, 2015

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... we've got into the groove of eating @9.30/10pm. Not sure how we're going to cope at home ....hard to believe it's our last day tomorrow!


        Rieti, a great midway point

        A travel blog entry by zolkower on Jun 08, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        Well, our time in Sarnano ended with beautiful weather, some great hiking and taking our friends to dinner on our last night. Now we are in a small town called Rieti, in Lazio, the province of Rome. We knew nothing about this place but it is halfway to Rome, so we chose it. What a lovely small town. It is right beside a river that provides 85% of Rome's drinking ...

        Roman history ... lots of marble involved!

        A travel blog entry by clgs on May 28, 2014

        4 comments, 21 photos

        ... age and fortunately for us not too busy when we arrived. Having done the Colosseum we crossed the way and spent a couple of hours wandering in the Roman Forum. The most amazing thing about both the Colosseum and the Forum are that they are still here in the middle of a thriving city after so many centuries! Next I wanted to re-visit the Church of San Clemente which is not far from the Colosseum. I remember it well from 30 years ago. I essence it is a ...

        Arenas, Churches and Fountains

        A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 05, 2013

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... next to Scott clearly showing his name tag "Jesus". First stop, that icon of ancient Rome, the Colosseum. This stadium, used for gladiatorial battles, was constructed in AD 72 to AD 80. Construction was carried out by 60,000 Jewish slaves captured when the Romans sacked Jerusalem in 70 AD. An incredible structure considering it was built nearly 2,000 years age. In times of rain canvas sails could be drawn over the structure to provide shelter. ...

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