Domus Park Hotel

Address: Via Tuscolana 15, Frascati, Lazio, 00044, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Tuscolana 15, Frascati, is near Castel Gandolfo, Villa Aldobrandini, Circeo Peninsula, and Alcazar.
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    Rome, Italy

    A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... kept the exterior the same but built a beautiful basilica inside. It was completed in 1561. Michelangelo raised the floors to make them street level. This was the official state church from 1870-1946. In 1702, Francesco Bianchini built a 45 meter long meridian line ( sundial) to predict Easter Sunday. I remember learning about this church when I was in Jr. High. So glad I went in! That evening, Toni and I went out to get a gelato to celebrate our last ...

    Highlights of Rome

    A travel blog entry by rhino25 on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... being a prison. A number of senior people were held in the prison until they died or were executed and it is the prison reputed to have held St Peter before he was crucified. Certainly an interesting place and one full of history and one which brings the early life of the Church to life.

    The tour was quite quick as it covered the prison, the life of St Paul, the city walls and the small chapel built under the church but above the prison to house an ...

    From the Vatican to the Catacombs

    A travel blog entry by petitchou on Apr 24, 2013

    ... persecuted early Christians, despite the legends. They were dug down through the volcanic tuffa, which was then used for construction elsewhere. Catacombs sometimes eerie but mostly just dark and dank. Back to Rome to visit its four 'patriarchal' churches: Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, the first Christian basilica built in Rome on AD 324. The Pope's primary place of worship til the 14th century and still Rome's official cathedral, as the seat of the Bishop of Rome. ...

    Smallest country in the world

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Sep 18, 2012

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    ... br> We headed straight for St Peter's Square, to be met by thousands of others! The square itself is huge (340m by 240m!), encircled by 284 columns with a couple of fountains and facing towards St Peter's Basilica. The queue for entry into the Basilica almost lapped around the whole square, oh no! However, after deliberating the pros and cons of joining such a queue, we went for it and were pleasantly surprised at the speed the queue was ...

    Steph's Happy birthday weekend

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 13, 2012

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    ... to the huntress Diana was erected on Lake Nemi, which was said to be her "looking glass." In A.D. 37, Caligula built luxurious barges to float on the lake. The boats, lavishly fitted with bronze and marble, were sunk during Claudius's reign (he succeeded the insane Caligula) and were entirely forgotten until Mussolini drained the lake in the 1930s. Then the barges were found and set up in a lakeside museum; they remained as a wonder of ancient Rome until the Nazis burned ...