Castello Torre In Pietra

Address: Piazza Torrimpietra 2, Torrimpietra, Lazio, 00050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fiumicino Airport area of Torrimpietra, is near Singita.
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Travel Blogs from Torrimpietra


A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 29, 2014

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... to the Vatican was a good 45 minute walk without getting lost or taking a wrong turn. The Metro is €1.50 for a one-way to anywhere. See how you feel in the morning (FYI - I was feeling optimistic about my walking ability and stamina when I set out, and regretted it. Just saying). So after an accumulative 7 hours or so of walking I retired to my dorm and was greeted by Utah 1 & 2 who had been out drinking. What transpired was a very strange evening ...

Take me to the Beach Already!!!

A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 08, 2014

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... is a cathedral on the top of a mountain that has been there for centuries. It was agreed by the Germans to honour the request of the Pope to leave the building unscathed by war. The Americans unfortunately made the decision to bomb it. It has been re-built by the Italians and the town is home to many memorials to the fallen soldiers. We arrived during the siesta time (had no idea we were so close to Mexico!) so we did not get to go inside but we ...

Rome - Ancient ruins

A travel blog entry by jdslone1 on Jun 29, 2013

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... We walked past some extravagant churches and a few Federal Buildings dating back to emperor times. They had several obelisks with hieroglyphics on them, I am looking up what all those were, but that was cool to see. We walked around the city for a bit, but it's overwhelming with all the people here. We made our way back to the room via metro and as we got close we hit up a ...

The adventure begins in Rome

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35 on Feb 01, 2013

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... seemed like Andy bought more than I did! (Yes, he does like shopping more than I do). We did manage to stop by the Trevi Fountain - it was spectacular as usual an with the usual hordes of tourists. We didn't toss a coin into it as our hands were full of shopping bags!

We ate dinner as at the same place as last night - Dovealu Cafe on via Nazionale - same street as our hotel. All the cafes seem to have sidewalk tables and the weather certainly ...


A travel blog entry by vveurope on Aug 18, 2012

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... where the Pope appears when he is elected and also his residence. When the Pope is home the windows are open but when they are closed he is away. They were closed for us as he is on holiday right now. I guess even the Pope needs a vacation. Out in the square we were told that it can hold around 150 000 people as compared to the church which can only hold 60 000. This is why the Pope prefers to do his services in the square as often as he can to accommodate the people. However it ...