Benito Al Bosco

Address: C da Morice 96, Velletri, Lazio, 00049, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C da Morice 96, Velletri, is near Appian Way and Genzano.
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    Driving north to Florence.

    A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jul 11, 2015

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    8:00 am start to drive to Florence! First s visit to a hill top to see panoramic views of the city! A brand new Ferrari on display with a guy trying to sell to tourists!!! From only €55000! Then into town to see the famous Ponte Vecchio the only bridge in Florence not bombed by Germans! A bridge with shops on it once butcher shops now gold and silver merchants! Home of the Medici family... So their palaces churches ...

    Day ten in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jcampiti on May 13, 2015

    This morning we had to wake up early again because we had plans to see the pope in St. Peter's square. Since we got there early we had a good view. After a big prosecution of a marching band the pope came out in his pope- mobile and shook hands with many people especially children. Then he went up to the big stage, said a gospel reading, and have a homily. Since he spoke Italian ...

    Domus Aurea

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Mar 28, 2015

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    The district of Monti where Stephan and Julie are staying is close in to the Colosseum with narrow cobbled streets full of small antique, jewellery, dress shops and bars and restaurants. Julie showed us round and we shared 3 different pastas for lunch before we raced down to meet the tour we had booked of Emperor Nero's grand palace called the 'Golden House' because of the gold leaf covering most of ...

    Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 14, 2015

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    One could not attempt to tell the story of Rome without including Michelangelo and his greatest masterpiece, the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo had an unparalleled influence on the Renaissance, western art, and the western world itself. The Sistine Chapel not only is significant to the faith of Christianity, but it is an artistic wonder. Pope Julius II awarded the Sistine Chapel ceiling commission ...

    The best laid plans of mums, aunts & youths...

    A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Oct 03, 2014


    ... as there were many broken pillars lying on the ground (mostly roped off) and it does not seemed to have fared as well as other Roman artefacts. I pondered with Stephanie how the responsible bodies/trusts prioritised funds for upkeep of these monuments to time and history, as I would imagine it would be a difficult decision with limited funding. However we took loads of photos (to be uploaded at a later date) and spent a lovely time meandering through the ruins. It was quite ...