Diana Park Hotel

Via Nemorense 44, Lazio, 00040, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lazio

Days 10 - 12 - When in Rome ....

A travel blog entry by custrdcar


... It's history is as brutal as is it is famous, and enough of it is left standing that you can really get a sense of what it might have been like back when the gladiators fought in front of a crowd of tens of thousands.

I really liked Rome. I got the sense that there were a lot of things to see and do in Rome and we only just scratched the surface. It's a bustling city with ancient ruins at every corner.

Lots of pictures on this post, enjoy!

Day 19 (Rome)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88


... We had a look around St Peters and the church was amazing, big statues and paintings everywhere. Lunch was pasta at a wee restaurant along the way, I had spaghetti in garlic and chilli oil before we walked to the coliseum and got tickets for a guided tour of both the coliseum and roman forum. The coliseum was really amazing, I couldn't believe it only took them 8 years to make, although a lot of slaves ...

Roman history ... lots of marble involved!

A travel blog entry by clgs


... manic than it was in the past. Is that possible? Or is it just that Melbourne's traffic has grown more chaotic and frantic by comparison? Discuss. Whatever the answer it does seem more ordered and polite than before. Having said that, the Italians are still happy to park wherever they feel like stopping! The Colosseum was duly found and, as per expectations, was half covered in scaffolding. It was bright and clean in the sunshine, a crumbling monument to ...

Rome: the hidden city

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith


... tunnels in the soft Roman clay. On exposure to the air, the clay hardens and so the tunnels remain. They have been somewhat worn away over the last two thousand years but the niches still exist. There were ten thousand such niches in the 12 kilometres of tunnels in this set of catacombs. St Sebastians was the first and oldest catacombs. It was built in an old pagan site which formed the entrance and the tunnels grew out from that point. We saw the pagan temples, still intact, ...

The Week of Churches and the Vatican Museum

A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong


Hello All!

This week was not as eventful as the past weeks but had some fun points!

Tuesday for my class called Catholicism today, we had class near the Colosseum, we met at the Arch of Constantine and then toured four churches in the area. Inside one church was the largest Tabernacle we have ever seen. Another was the prettiest church I've ever been in. It had 40 chandeliers!


This 4 star hotel, located on Via Nemorense 44, Lazio, is near Appian Way, Castel Gandolfo, Fontana del Papa, and Genzano.
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