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


A travel blog entry by bigemms on May 28, 2015

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For those of you who did not receive my spell binding episode yesterday, I apologise. There have been some slight technical difficulties as I am unco with technology. So far Big Ems aka The Colonel has only taken 127 photos of doors. She has a door fetish you know. It is something about large knockers...... Well today we caught the train to Cassino. Now I have heard all the stories about the Gypsies in the stations that are going to ...

Waiting on the Rain

A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Feb 24, 2015

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... 60s as we headed out for the day. For me, that is optimal weather and I should not complain...especially knowing our kids are back in the States enduring their second snow day in a row! We wandered past numerous pastry shops that smelled so divine on our way to Saint Cecelia's church in Trastevere. This was a peaceful place built over the former home of Cecelia, whom the Roman authorities tried in vain to scald to death. ...

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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... During the fighting both the town and Abbey were desecrated and many lives lost including 343 New Zealanders and many Aussies, Canadians, American, British and Indian troops. We visited the war cemetery and saw our mens' graves which was a very moving experience, especially with Monte Cassino looming high on the hill above. We also visited the Polish cemetery and the actual Abbey which has been completely rebuilt to its former glory. The hotel we stayed in was in the town at ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 19, 2013

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... three screaming kids who became even more upset when they realised that mum was not sitting with them, it was pretty peaceful and relaxing. We jumped off the plane and realised by the over the top hand gestures and passionate voice tones from the baggage staff and on ground flight crew that we were now in Italy, and more importantly, we were in the capital of the country and therefore the most passionate Italian city of them all, Rome.

Rome, what more could you ...