Address: Via Granarelli 26, Cassino, Lazio, 03040, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Granarelli 26, Cassino, is near Largo di Torre Argentina.
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Travel Blogs from Cassino

To Monte Cassino then Rome

A travel blog entry by jimmykosmach on Oct 05, 2015

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After 6:15am Mass we got on the bus to go to Monte Cassino. The Abbey for the Benedictines is there. We went up the mountain to the Abbey and had a great tour. The story of the rock is that St. Benedict fell and God made the rock soft so his arm print is there. St. Scholastica liked doves and when she died St. Benedict saw doves. Then we left to go back to ...

The Vatican - a City so impressive

A travel blog entry by levy2013 on Jun 03, 2015

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Then into Pio Clementino (entrance to the museum). The arch is spectacular . View from a window shows the Pantheon. Saw where Leonardo lived just before his death. Then we went across to Cortile Ottagono (courtyard to the summer palace) where the ancient sculptures (ancient Greek copied the ...

So many choices so little time.

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs on Jun 13, 2014

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Today as we are "at sea" we thought we'd tell you a little about our floating hotel. When it comes to meals we are spoiled for choice, should you want a buffet dinner there is the Waterside otherwise we have a choice of The Beach House, fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere (ribs to die for) or in a more formal setting Saffron, Bay Tree or Cinnamon. Silver service, beautiful tables and setting and fabulous food. For a casual dinner there is Frankie’s Grill and Pizzeria. If all this ...


A travel blog entry by kiri.geoff on Oct 11, 2013

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Cassino is etched in New Zealand's history and fortunately was a perfect distance for us on our way south so we decided to spend the afternoon and night here. During the second World War the battle for Monte Cassino was one of the most brutal and an important strategic area that played a key role in the Allies eventually defeating the Germans. The battle was fought over a four month period and mostly focused on the enormous Abbey which was under German control and overlooked the town ...

Ostia Antica

A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 07, 2013

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... to Scott - have a look of the photos and see what you reckon.

After wandering through the museum we headed over to the cafeteria as Scott was in dire need of some "tannin".

After lunch we finished our stroll back through the area viewing old temples, roads, an amphitheatre, houses, etc., and headed back to Rome on the train.

That night we ate out "al fresco" at Ristorante Condor ...