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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      I'm in Rome!

      A travel blog entry by on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... time so we found some pasta and wine and then went back to our hostel. We stayed up way too late hanging out with our new roomies from Australia and had a fantastic night. That brings us to today! We woke up a little earlier than usual so we could catch the metro across town to the Vatican. Now the Vatican is closed on Sundays (big surprise) BUT we went for a very special reason. To hear the pope speak! Every Sunday the pope speaks at St Peters Square to give the Angelus prayer. ...

      Colosseum at night

      A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 13, 2014

      9 photos

      ... She had some great pictures too. I really thought the night tour was worth the time. While we were waiting for the colosseum we went and watched 5d movie. It was horrible! I've been to much better 4D/5D movies when I was like 12 years old. The animation sucked, the motion was basic and the story was.... Full of holes. Don't ever go. Seriously. On the whole though, great day ...

      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 ...


      A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 03, 2013

      ... in particular...basically, the country! The highways between cities seemed fairly calm & what we are used to in the US!! Again, most towns in Tuscany would require you to leave the car on the outskirts of town. The towns are small enough though that you really don't need a car inside the town. In Sicily, it is very hard to get around the interior of the island, but I would dare drive past the outskirts of a town. We didn't do enough in the northern part of the country, ...

      Florence to Rome

      A travel blog entry by trishreinten on Jan 16, 2013

      10 photos

      ... also next to a tea house that two British ladies opened because they couldn't get decent tea in Italy. I know how they feel. There is also a fountain shaped like a boat. The story is that there was a flood in the street when it subsided there was a boat with water spilling out. They liked it so replaced in with a permanent fountain. You can fill your water bottle up out of it.

      The second stop was the Trevi Fountain. It was amazing, much better than I expected, ...

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