Nando al Pallone Hotel

Address: S.S. Ortana Km. 7,600, Vitorchiano, Lazio, 01030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S.S. Ortana Km. 7,600, Vitorchiano, is near Via dei Condotti and Sutri Ruins.
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    Travel Blogs from Vitorchiano

    Roman Forum, Trastevere, Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by slynne on Jul 19, 2015

    ... It was hot as well. We finished around 1230 or 1 (longer than I thought) Then we went to Trastevere to find the markets and cheap food. Got some ice slushies on the way. Stopped for lunch at a cute little restaurant. Set menu for 10 euro I had lasagne (pork and beef, and sooo delicious) And a pork thing with salad. Lucy had lasagne and mozzarella/tomato And then I had a tiramisu. Yum :) Onwards! By this stage thankfully there was a breeze so it wasn't quite as ...

    Vatican City and Rome

    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 15, 2015

    4 photos

    ... so many amazing pieces art and sculptures. It was a beautiful building so glad we went!!! This was definitely the highlight so far. James Helena ad and I then went to get some lunch. We went just outside of the Vatican walls to a nice little restaurant on a pebble road. But when we went to leave - james noticed that he didn't have his phone on him. He had sat it on the table while he was eating and we think the waiter took it when she picked up the plates!!! The restaurant was not helpful ...

    Day 2 The Colosseum and other bits of Rome

    A travel blog entry by ianpve on May 16, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... queue. Despite Ali having very sore feet and a blister we strolled back to the Trevi Fountain to see if was lit up at night, however, it wasn't! But we did manage to squeeze in an ice cream from the famous Giolitti's. Did a bit of late night browsing in the street markets and found some amber jewellery to replace Sophie's lost bracelet. But couldn't choose what she'd like so decided to return the next morning. Exhausted after such a mega day we flopped into bed and gave it some ...


    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 19, 2015

    19 photos

    ... of the nave there were impeccably sculptured statues of the twelve apostles. I only took photos of Peter and Matthew; Peter of course, holding the keys of the kingdom. I can only guess that St Peter's is even more magnificent.

    Just across the road was a building ( which seems to be nameless) housing the Scala Santa -
    the sacred stairs. This marble staircase was allegedly brought to Rome by Constantine's mother, Helena. It is supposed to be ...

    Head of Constantine

    A travel blog entry by sammycali on Jan 09, 2015

    1 photo

    The Head of Constantine in the Musei Capitolni is part of what is called the colossus of Constantine, there are other parts of it around it. The colossus once stood in the west also apse of the Maxentius. The whole thing put together is thought have been about 40 feet high. It is said this colossus was constructed sometime in the 4th century.Constantine was roman ...