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

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 ...

Cassino Ceremony and Night Train to Paris

A travel blog entry by allsaints70dday on Jun 02, 2014

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This morning started with a silent march into the Commonweath War Grave's cemetery in Cassino. The march was followed by a memorial service attended by local dignitaries and Italian students. Many of the students were able to find the grave marker of their Cassino soldier after the service. Currently we are waiting to board the night train. We will wake up in ...

Carefree in Cassino

A travel blog entry by buonviaggi on Sep 28, 2012

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... clean roads on the autostrada to chance a slippery drive up the mountain to the abbey. I have one of those imaginary wife breaks on the passenger side of the car and I drive Tommy crazy using it; wives, you know what I'm talking about, right? Take a good look at the pic of the mountain taken from the town of Cassino, you can see the zig zag roads cut through it. Maneuvering around these turns, minus the snow, is actually not ...

Day 2 in Rome

A travel blog entry by banshee4 on Jun 17, 2012

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... 70 BC) midway in its glorious history. Rome lasted a thousand years, from 500 BC to 500 AD. It grew for 500 years, peaked for 200 years and fell for 300 years. Lunch on the rooftop cafe of the Capitaline Museums. It's 35 degrees i n Rome today, so it's back to the Hotel for a gelato and afternoon siesta. Early evening we headed over to the magnificent Pantheon, Rome's ...


A travel blog entry by trivalera on Jun 08, 2012

... I however, am not a big fan of the veggies so I decided to search for the fruit section. I learned from a girl named Daniella, who sold the fruit explained to me that her Uncle had a farm there in Italy. She talked ...

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