Balletti Park Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Balletti Park Hotel San Martino al Cimino
Travel Blogs from San Martino al Cimino
... about 50 people) to the pier and walked to the Cannes Train Station to travel to Monte Carlo, about an hour away. Cannes itself is a very pretty town. Perched on the shore of the Mediterranean it is easy to see how this became a playground for the rich and famous. With mild to warm weather to swim and sun bake and clear blue waters to sail your yacht or motor launch, well life might be tough for some, but not for the inhabitants of Cannes. We get on the train and arrive in ...
Day 3 - Morning greets us again at the crack of dawn with the sounds of the early hours in Viterbo.... mainly quiet with the cooing pigeons in the background. As I am writing this though, there is drumming and bagpipes from the Ludika 1243 festival marching past our windows. It's actually quite cool since this never happens at home.
After breakfast, Cindy & I head out towards the car park. Our walk through the medieval streets ...
... cruise we were required, like all other passengers, to surrender our passports at check-in, using only our Sea Pass Cards as identification during our trip. This made us both a bit nervous but apparently Greek officials require it. Given that we would be traveling through several Greek isles, it made sense to surrender the passports at the front of the cruise - each passport was identified, sealed, and taken away to a secure location by officials ...
... 8217;t have a problem finding a table. Fully sated we head back to the cabin and grab cameras and hats etc. We also apply some bug spray to any exposed skin. Out trip today is to Lake Bracciano and Anguillara Sabazia. The lake is about 50 miles to the east of our position and 25 miles north of Rome.
We head down to our waiting coach and are greeted by our tour guide Jackie. We are surprised that she is British, although she has lived ...
... at the bus at 4:15 at the latest. This would all be fine if one could actually speak Italian and also if one had some sense of the distance between places and how long it would take to walk between sites. The bus trip was unremarkable – we passed olive groves and vines. What did strike us was how “shabby” the dwellings and fences were. We saw a number of abandoned houses and quite a few “squatter shacks”.
As we got closer to Rome ...