Via Granarelli 26, Cassino, Lazio, 03040, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cassino

Abbotts at the abbey

A travel blog entry by pat_melinda


We decided to enjoy a morning at Cassino. With a start at the Saturday market at Cassino, near the train station, we discovered Emelda Marcos' dream location. We have never seen so many shoes and purses, 95% of them for women. The booths went on and on. One pass through and it was time to find the abbey. We wound our way back through a bustling Saturday morning in Cassino and started the ...

Polish Pilgramage

A travel blog entry by royle


For those who don't know, this is an important historical and emotional site for Polish people. On the 15th January 1944 the allies advance up the Appian Way was halted at the Gustav Line with the German SS and Wehrmacht divisions holding the Mountain where the monastery is situated.

As this ...

Rome - The Eternal City

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel


... feels like an open air museum. Nearly at every other corner you will run into an old ruin, pillar, monument and church. After a pizza for lunch we continued our exploration and visited the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II which was built to honour Victor Emmanuel (sounds logically, doesn’t it), the first king of a unified Italy. Built in 1885, it’s probably the most "smack-in-your-face" building in Rom (see pictures). ...


A travel blog entry by journeythrough

... como funcionan las cosas.

At the hostels, being able to speak English is so great. I haven't met anyone yet at a hostel that doesn't speak at least some English and I've had so much fun talking to people from all over the world! I find it easy to make friends, especially since I'm not focused on a companion. Hostels are a lot better than what I had imagined. I thought they would be grungier and people would be in each other's way all ...

Historic Rome - 8 hours of walking and it was hot

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey


... half uncovered. In the uncovered part you could see below the floor where they would have kept the prisoners and animals. They also had sets that would rise into the arena and the animals also came up this way. After completion they had 100 days of celebration that saw 2000 people & 9000 animals killed ( hippopotami, tigers, lions, crocodiles etc). ...


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